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    Default Back to the Future Trilogy (how to fully enjoy them)

    How to more fully enjoy the Back to the Future trilogy?

    Watch the original movie.

    (wait a week or two)

    Watch part 2 and 3 back to back, or over 2 days.

    Why? Because...

    Part 1 release date: 1985
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    Part 2 release date: 1989
    Part 3 release date: 1990

    Great Scott!!!

    Who cares? Well, there are a few inconsistencies between part 1 and part 2/3. I don't want to ruin it for you. Just enjoy and don't think too much.

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    Default Re: Back to the Future Trilogy (how to fully enjoy them)

    Interesting theory. As it turns out my 8 yr old daughter had just done exactly that! Her fav is the third one, her first exposure to the Wild West.

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    An underrated movie! She will never be the same.

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    Fun trilogy, no doubt!

    Could part III have been the birth of Steam Punk?
    Ed

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    Default Re: Back to the Future Trilogy (how to fully enjoy them)

    Good question! I never thought of that! "Jules" and "Verne" were the names of those 2 sons weren't they? I just read on Wikipedia that some steam punk elements are inspired by the works of Jules Verne. Coincidence?

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