Secrets of the 'Back to the Future' Trilogy (1991)

Secrets of the 'Back to the Future' Trilogy

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Kirk Cameron hosts a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the time-travel films starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. Included: special effects; outtakes; inside jokes and personal anecdotes of the cast and crew.

Rating: PG
Genre: Documentary, Television, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Comedy
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Written By: Peyton Reed
On DVD: Sep 12, 1991
Runtime:

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Unfulfilling behind the scenes look at the Back to the Future trilogy, this short lacks anything really interesting to grab fans of the series attention. If you're looking for a terrific insight into the trilogy, this will certainly disappoint. This isn't worth your time and considering the newer release of the trilogy on Blu Ray that boasts an incredible in depth behind the scenes making of documentaries on the making of the films; this short is fairly obsolete and really offers nothing of worth to even the most diehard fans. I was really excited before I watched, and it was many years ago, and after finishing it, I was left wanting much more and a little frustrated that such a great trilogy didn't get a terrific documentary release. However that was to change when the trilogy were released on DVD and Blu Ray, and each disc were packed with great making of featurettes and behind the scenes goodies that is a must for fans of the movies. Secrets of the Back to the Future Trilogy just doesn't deliver, and it's a short documentary that simply is a wasted opportunity. If it was longer, then maybe this one would have been much better, but it's mediocre at best, and in the end leaves you wanting much more out of it. As a whole, this one is unnecessary as a documentary on the films and its title is misleading as well.

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