Part 2 is not as fun as the first, but manages to give you a fun look at our "future". Half of the film builds on the original and makes it better, the other half makes of a been there done that feel. The first act is enjoyable, but doesn't really have many standout moments (except those awesome hover boards). Then as the story progresses, it shows us a dystopian future Marty accidently created and must now fix, making for a clever and exciting second half. Some of it feels a bit like a commercial for Part 1, which provides some great strengths and large weaknesses. Unfortunately, this film was not as great or innovative as the original, but still made for a fun ride. Back to the Future Part ll gets 3.5/5 stars (B).