Corrected entry: When the DeLorean is struck by lightning, there is a second stunt person in the passenger seat of the DeLorean. Since they never re-shot this scene, you can see it in all three BTTF movies. (01:36:35)
Corrected entry: We continuously see that the DeLorean travels through time, not space (for example, if you departed in California, you would not arrive in Australia). Putting that, and the fact that Hill Valley is in California, into consideration, if you did use the car to go to the signing of the Declaration of Independence or the birth of Christ, as Doc suggested at the beginning of the movie, you would have to take either a cross-country road trip, or an across-the-globe road trip, the latter of which, I need not tell you, is impossible.
Corrected entry: This is also for the other two.When the doc sends Einstein back in time, you see that it is covered in ice, but in the other time travels there is no ice nor is it the slightest bit cold
Corrected entry: At The End of the movie, when Marty and Jennifer are in the DeLorean with Doc, Marty says "You don't have enough road to get up to 88 miles an hour". But only a few hours ago, minutes to the viewer even, after Doc dropped Marty off at home, we see the DeLorean back out of the driveway and speed off, and we hear and see the sound and light of him going into the future down the same stretch of road. Marty is either not good with depth perception or the Doc must've driven through someone's house to get up to 88 miles an hour.
Corrected entry: Anyone else find it ironic that Einstein the dog was the world's first time traveler, while the real Einstein was the one who said that time travel is impossible?
Corrected entry: In this movie when you go back in time you would get there at the exact time you on the time machine. At the end of the movie when Marty figures out he has all the time he needs he sets the time machine to 1:24 or some other hour with 24 as the minutes. When Marty gets back to 1985 he crashes into the movie theater, drives down the road, and says hi to the homeless guy. After all that Marty looks up at clock and you see that time just went from 23 to 24 minutes. Wouldn't it already be a few seconds after 24 minutes?
Corrected entry: After Marty gets off the stage after playing "Johnny B Goode" he runs into his future parents. His father thanks him for all his good advice. His mother asks him if they are ever going to see him again. Wouldn't they just assume that Marty will be back in school on Monday? (01:30:20)
Corrected entry: In the beginning, Doc and Marty meet at the Twin Pine Mall, and we learn that Doc has built a time machine, which runs on plutonium. He has a heavy case filled with several containers of plutonium, one of which he inserts into the DeLorean. Doc is then killed and Marty flees to 1955. When he goes back to 1985, he plans to get there ten minutes early in order to prevent Doc's death. However, the car runs out of gas and Marty has to run to the Lone Pine Mall on foot, thus getting there too late. He is devastated that Doc is dead. Why? There is more plutonium two feet from him, in the truck. He can just take some, put it in the car, and come back ten minutes early again--or thirty minutes, or an hour, or a day, or whatever he wants.
Corrected entry: When Marty first enters Lou's cafe in 1955, Lou is visibly angry at Marty just because he won't order something right away. However, he doesn't seem to care that one of his paying customers, George McFly, is being harassed by Biff and his gang and told never to come in there again. You would think Lou would tell Biff and Co. to knock it off or else be asked to leave.