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‘Back to the Future’ Franchise is Now Available on Peacock

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Back to the Future and its sequel films are considered to be among the best sci-fi and time travel movies of all time. This is why there is absolutely no reason for you not to watch them, now that Peacock has added them to its catalogue a couple of days ago. 

The franchise follows the misadventures of a high school rock guitar stringing student Marty McFly and his eccentric scientist friend Dr Emmett 'Doc' Brown. They cross different timelines within their home town Hill Valley, California, using the DeLorean time machine invented by the Doc.

Trilogy Briefing

Trilogy Briefing

In the first film, Marty accidentally goes back from the present in 1985 to 1955, where he meets his parents as young high school students. Striving to preserve his parents’ genealogy, Marty helps his dad George McFly take charge and fight against the bully Biff Tannen to win the affection of his mom Loraine. 

In the 1989 sequel, Marty and Doc's time travel spree to the future in 2015 takes a toll, forcing them to go back to Marty's parents' high school prom night in 1955 to undo the future's ordeal. 

The sequel's cliff-hanger ending set the pace for the final film in the trilogy, where Doc is trapped in 1885. Finding out that Doc gets shot in 1885 by Biff's great grandfather, Marty travels from 1955 to 1885 to save his friend. 

This sci-fi masterpiece leaves you in so much suspense that you could watch all three of them in one night.

'Back to the Future' Awards

Back to the Future (1985) was a huge success, ranking as the highest-grossing movie of the year and spawning two back-to-back sequels, Back to the Future II (1989) and Back to the Future III (1990).

Though the follow-up films didn't rank as highly as the first, the trilogy remains a timeless classic. Back to the Future (1985) boasts multiple accolades, including several award nominations and an Academy Award, a Hugo Award and Saturn Awards.

Cast Members

Its main cast consists of Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly, Christopher Lloyd as Doc, Lea Thompson as Lorraine, Crispin Glover as George McFly, Thomas F. Wilson as Biff Tannen, and Elisabeth Shue as Jennifer Parker.

Don't forget to schedule this classic time travel trilogy on your weekend watch list.

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