Back to the Future

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  • Back To The Future Essay

    Back in Time Are you looking for a movie that is from the eighties, fast paced, and hilarious? Back to the Future might just be the film for you! Written by Robert Zemeckis (the mastermind behind works like Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and Forrest Gump), Back to the Future was one of the most beloved films of the 1980’s. Featuring Michael J. Fox in his first lead in a film, and renown actor Christopher Lloyd, this movie is a must watch for fans of any genre. Back to the Future fits the picture for a quality film because of its well-paced plot, phenomenal acting, astonishing camera work, and award winning soundtrack. The movie Back to the Future takes place in the year 1985 in the city of Hill Valley, California. At the beginning of the film,…

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  • Back To The Future Themes

    Truly anyone can change the future. Back to the Future, a science fiction, action by Robert Zemeckis shows the audience many different themes. It tells how people shouldn’t abuse privileges, shouldn’t let “wants” get in the way of “needs”, and must always stand up for what they want. Despite all of these themes, there is one that is completely fool-proof and works for the story. Back to the Future tells people that they are in control of their own future, whether it’s dealing with bullies,…

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  • Character Analysis Of Robert Zemeckis's Back To The Future

    Though Robert Zemeckis’ Back to the Future is extremely successful in being a fun, blockbuster film, it does a very job in how it crafts the relationships between specific characters. Though Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) is facing a struggle to get back home, there’s another struggle occurring in the movie between his father, George (Crispin Glover), and town bully, Biff Tannen (Thomas F. Wilson). By tracing their acting and relative staging of these two in certain shots, a narrative between them…

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  • Malleable Themes In The Back To The Future Trilogy

    as the Back to the Future trilogy contain many life twisting themes within the story. Throughout the three films BTTF I, BTTF II, and BTTF III; there are dozens of possible themes that could be drawn from the story-line. All three films inter connect with one another and have some of their own themes and themes that were created amongst all three films. Back to the Future themes tend to be generally about average life things and what people wish they could do. Themes that are most relevant to…

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  • Personal Narrative: Growing Up Without A Father Figure

    We often hear people saying that growing up without a father figure can be bad to a child. However, I never saw it that way. When I was a year and a half old, my father had decided to migrate to the United States, and leave his family and everything else behind him. His willingness to provide a better future for his family was far stronger than anything else. Growing up I remember asking my mother when will he be back. At that time there was no, telephones or instant mailing system to keep a…

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  • Pierre Laplace's Universal Determinism

    preceded state (Litch 121). It is the past that creates the present and it is the present that determines the future. Everything is what is now because it was determined by something in the past. According to Mary Litch, “Events in the past are determined and fixed: we may regret that something happened, be angry that it happened, or prefer that it hadn’t happened, but we cannot choose that it did not happen” (Litch 122). The past is set in stone it is the future that is in constant flux as it…

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  • Personal Narrative-Handedly Changed My Life

    Being raised in a strict four person family, I have always been told what to do, what not to do, and to not stray from the right path. “Focus on your future, Bethany,” my mom would always tell me, and so I did. Focusing constantly on grades and schoolwork, I dared myself to make time for a social life, and instead, I became quiet and shy. I remained shy to the public for years until one traumatic day during my seventh grade year. This particular experience single handedly changed my future by…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Experience Of Vacation In Miami, Florida

    ” my mom yelled. It took me by surprise and instantly stopped my day dreaming. “Sorry, Mom,” I yelled back. I had almost forgot that today was the day we were going to go sailing over the ocean. I ran to the bathroom, almost tripping over my smooth green and blue flip flops laying in the middle of the bedroom floor. My favorite red dress hanging over the chair, and my jean shorts I had worn the night before was laying on the top…

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  • A Pop Pimples: A Short Story

    If you’re squeamish, turn back. This isn’t a good place for you to be. If not, well, it’s possible that I’m going to change that. So listen up and listen quickly. It’ll be over before you know it. I used to love popping zits. There were days where all I could do was stand in front of my bathroom mirror and pop what pimples dared to show on my skin. The problem was, as far as my face goes, I have almost none there. But when it came to my body, there were quite a few problem areas I could attack.…

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  • The Yosemani National Park: A Short Story

    beauty that mother nature had to offer us, so we took advantage of the clear water and took a swim. “Last one in 's a rotten egg!”, Tim screamed. “ Hey that’s not fair you cheated!” I yelled to his retreating back. I, being a very competitive person, couldn’t deny a challenge to anyone. Without a care, I ran to the water fully clothed. As Tim swam deeper into the river, he saw something out of the ordinary. “Elijah, look come take a look at…

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