Message from discussion Back To the Future
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From: globular <takecarebew...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Back To the Future
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 11:18:03 +1000
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On 7/04/2012 11:50 PM, really real wrote:
> I tried watching Back To the Future the other night as it was on our
> movie channel. What an interestingly dated movie, from a time, the 80s,
> when terrorism jokes were still funny.
> What wasn't funny were the scenes of the kid's father getting bullied
> and being a nerd. This was unwatchable. I didn't make it very far
> through this movie. Should I?
If it was made today the Doc would be wondering why in the future people
keep referring to anything they like as if it is a mountain when they
It's 3 years to the year Back To The Future Part 2 was based in, 2015.