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Back to the Future--25th Anniversary Release

The critical consensus

Pitch-perfect scripting, pacing and performances conclusively prove it don’t take money to make a blockbuster for the ages.

*****Matt Glasby, Total Film, 27/09/2010

A classic that stands the test of time travel.

*****JO'B, Daily Mail, 01/10/2010

The counter-Freudian drama is handled with easy wit and flair, like a Shakespearian disguise comedy, and it made a whopping star of Fox.

****(*)Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian, 30/09/2010

Romantic, funny, action-packed and nostalgic Back To The Future still remains the ultimate popcorn movie.

*****Daily Record, 01/10/2010

If you’re looking for a candidate for the best film of the 1980s, you won’t find too many better than this.

Paul Greenwood, Evening Times, 30/09/2010

In retrospect, the first Back to the Future (which was superior to its two sequels) feels like an oasis in the parched desert of 1980s Hollywood movies; less sublime than ET, perhaps, but delightful and sophisticated to a degree beyond the dreams of today’s movies in similar vein.

****(*)David Gritten, The Telegraph, 01/10/2010

Wearing its 25 years well, benefits hugely from the big screen and is welcome back.

Philip French, The Observer, 03/10/2010

Features about Back to the Future--25th Anniversary Release

A quarter of a century for Back to the Future

Catherine Shoard, The Guardian, 16/09/2010

Back to the Future 25 years later

The Independent, 29/09/2010

Back to the Future: The Oral History

Ian Nathan, Empire Online

Where and when?

General release. Check local listings for show times.

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