Back To The Future Part III

Back To The Future Part III
Back To The Future Part III




118 minutes


Action and Adventure, Comedy, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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There are comic capers and breathtaking action scenes in equal measure in the final installment of the truly iconic time-travelling trilogy. Doc Brown is settled in his chosen place of retirement - the Wild West of the 1880s - but his peace and quiet doesn't last for long. Marty McFly, stranded in the 1950s, learns that his old companion is living on borrowed time and, desperate to warn Doc of an impending attack on his life, jumps in his DeLorean car and hurtles back 70 years. Can Marty pull off a miraculous rescue when, for once, it looks like time may not be on his side?

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This film has a couple of uses of moderate bad language and some mild violence

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