Back to the Future Part II

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Back to the Future Part II
Directed byRobert Zemeckis
Produced byNeil Canton
Bob Gale
Screenplay byBob Gale
Story byRobert Zemeckis
Bob Gale
StarringMichael J. Fox
Christopher Lloyd
Lea Thompson
Thomas F. Wilson
Music byAlan Silvestri
CinematographyDean Cundey
Edited byHarry Keramidas
Arthur Schmidt
Production
company
Distributed byUniversal Pictures
Release date
November 22, 1989
Running time
108 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$40 million
Box office$331,950,002

Back to the Future Part II is a 1989 American science fiction movie directed by Robert Zemeckis and written by Bob Gale. It is the second movie for the Back to the Future trilogy.[1] It stars Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Thomas F. Wilson and Lea Thompson.

Plot[change | change source]

At the end of the Back to the Future, 1985 Doc uses the time machine to travel thirty years in 2015. At the beginning, Doc comes back from the future to 1985 to take 17 year old Marty and his girlfriend Jennifer to 2015 to prevent a disaster with his son Marty Junior. The problem with Marty Jr. is solved, but 17 year old Marty creates another problem that changes events in 1955. They discover this when they go back to 1985. The change in 1955 has turned 1985 into a bad world. Doc and Marty return to 1955 to undo the damage. At the end of the movie, the vehicle is struck by lighting and Doc is sent to 1885.

Cast[change | change source]

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 United States 22 November 1989
 Canada 24 November 1989
 United Kingdom 24 November 1989
 Ireland 24 November 1989
 Australia 7 December 1989
 Japan 9 December 1989
 Brazil 14 December 1989
 Austria 15 December 1989
 Belgium 20 December 1989
 France 20 December 1989
 Colombia 21 December 1989
 West Germany 21 December 1989
 Spain 22 December 1989
 Finland 22 December 1989
 Italy 22 December 1989
 Netherlands 22 December 1989
 Portugal 22 December 1989
 Sweden 22 December 1989
 Denmark 26 December 1989
 Argentina 28 December 1989
 South Korea 13 January 1990
 Turkey 26 January 1990
 Taiwan 27 January 1990
 Uruguay 1 February 1990
 Hong Kong 1 March 1990
 Hungary 5 April 1990

References[change | change source]

  1. Weinstein, Steve (February 4, 1989). "Back-to-Back Sequels for 'Back to Future'". Los Angeles Times.

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