Back to the Future

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Back to the Future

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Time Out says

Teenager Marty McFly's dad is a hideous wimp, his mother a dipso, so he befriends mad scientist Dr. Brown (Lloyd). In a DeLorean time machine they travel back to 1955, the year his parents met in high school. But at that age, mom rather fancies her offspring more than his prospective father. Zemeckis takes obvious pleasure in solving not just the technical but also the emotional problems of time travel: how to avoid incest, how to unite your parents in order that you will be born, how to return to the future when both the car and the professor have blown a fuse, and above all how to avoid tampering with history. If this all sounds schematic, it shouldn't: the movie has all the benign good nature of a Frank Capra.
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Release details

UK release:

1985

Duration:

116 mins

Cinemas showing Back to the Future

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Prince Charles Cinema

7 Leicester Place, London, WC2H 7BP Show map/details

  • Address:

    Prince Charles Cinema 7 Leicester Place
    London
    WC2H 7BP

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  • Sat Apr 19:

    • 13:40

Brent Cross Shopping Centre

Prince Charles Drive, London, NW4 3FP Show map/details

  • Address:

    Brent Cross Shopping Centre Prince Charles Drive
    London
    NW4 3FP

  • Venue phone:

    020 8457 3997

  • Venue website:

    www.brentcross.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Open 10am-8pm Mon-Fri; 9am-7pm Sat; noon-6pm Sun. Bank holidays 10am-6pm

  • Transport:

    Tube: Brent Cross tube then 210 bus or Hendon Central tube then 143, 326, 186 bus.

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    1. Brent Cross Shopping Centre
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  • Sun Apr 20:

    • 20:15

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E A Dobson

Just finished watching the trilogy,part 2 is my fav! but all 3 are clever,funny & extremely entertaining.

E A Dobson

Just finished watching the trilogy,part 2 is my fav! but all 3 are clever,funny & extremely entertaining.

ric

Now THATS how you make a movie. Honestly one of the all time greats & my first time viewing in the cinema-the experience is even better. Hopefully they will release b.2.t.future 2 aswell

ric

Now THATS how you make a movie. Honestly one of the all time greats & my first time viewing in the cinema-the experience is even better. Hopefully they will release b.2.t.future 2 aswell

Big fan

Wow - my all time favourite film is on! I'd love to see it again.Anyone out there free to apply for the seat next to me?? (preferably a discretionary fund manager with own Delorean. But would settle for own cat...)

Big fan

Wow - my all time favourite film is on! I'd love to see it again.Anyone out there free to apply for the seat next to me?? (preferably a discretionary fund manager with own Delorean. But would settle for own cat...)

s

Its a Minor Master class. Can we PLEASE hear it for GLOVER? OUTSTANDING. (But Roger Rabbit is Zemeckis finest hour) 8/10