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'Back to the Future' Trilogy 35th Anniversary Screening

We're not cruising around on hoverboards just yet, but we can rewatch this legendary trilogy.
By Tom Clift
November 23, 2019
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'Back to the Future' Trilogy 35th Anniversary Screening

We're not cruising around on hoverboards just yet, but we can rewatch this legendary trilogy.
By Tom Clift
November 23, 2019
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Charge the flux capacitor, folks. With 2020 marking 35 years since the first film in the trilogy hit cinemas, the Hayden Orpheum is taking audiences Back to the Future. On Sunday, February 9, the venue will screen all three parts of Robert Zemeckis's iconic time travel trilogy for the bargain basement ticket price of just $20.

The evening begins, as you'd expect, with the original Back to the Future — one of the greatest movies to come out of the 80s, and one of the most entertaining time travel movies ever made. You'll then get a glimpse of what was once the far-distant future but is now our recent past, with Part II set in 2015. (Seriously, aren't we all meant to be riding around on hoverboards by now?)

Poor predictions aside, Part Two is a seriously underrated flick — the rare sort of sequel that actually enhances your enjoyment of the first film. The same can't quite be said of Part III, although if you can make it past the whole Wild West shtick, it's still pretty entertaining.

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