Back to the Future Part II

Dr. Emmett Brown takes Marty and Jennifer to the future to help their kids not to ruin their lives.
After doing that, Marty buys a sports almanac for 1950-2000, thinking it might help him in his time. Doc finds out and throws it away, but the 2015's Biff (very old now) finds it and uses the DeLorean to give the almanac to the young himself.
When Marty and Jennifer arrive back to their own time, they find it totally different - Biff is very rich, he practically owns the city, he married Marty's mom, killed his dad, and when Marty starts to ask about the almanac, he wants to kill him too.
Doc also finds out that he was imprisoned as a lunatic, so the two go back to 1955, the night of the Enchantment-Under-The-Sea party to take back the almanac.

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Quotes

Marty: You're not going to believe this. We have to go back to 1955.
Doc: I don't believe it!

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Mistakes

Notice Marty's hair in the scene when he's playing "Johnny B. Goode." It's quite larger than when he says, some seconds later, "I guess that you're not ready for it yet." That's because when he says that, it's a recycled shot from the original BTTF, whereas most shots showing he's playing the guitar are newly made for BTTF2. However, Marty's hair is considerably longer in the new shots.

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Trivia

In an interview, the director stated that hoverboards were real, but they weren't on the market because parents didn't like the idea of floating children. He said this as a joke, but this didn't stop mass hysteria as thousands of kids went from store to store looking for hoverboards.

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