Back To The Future Part II

Back To The Future Part II
Back To The Future Part II

Year

1989

Duration

108 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Comedy, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

The second adventure in the hugely inventive Back to the Future trilogy sees Marty McFly, along with his girlfriend Jennifer and Dr Emmett Brown, travelling to 2015 to correct a few glitches in the McFly family's future. They think they've fixed things, but when they return home to the year 1985, they discover the present has changed... and not for the better. So, it's off to 1955 for another set of adventures and the chance to put things right.

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This film has several uses of moderate bad language.

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