This movie really doesn't need my praise, it's a classic for a reason, the thing is damn near perfect. Yes, I've read all the internet articles about how it's "secretly horrifying", and watching it again yeah there are some weird things to it that are pretty hard to ignore, especially the whole oedipal side of things. And there are some sexist issues surrounding the Loraine character who really just is there as a prize to let things happen to her, and this is a troublesome detail that's hard to ignore. Really these things didn't bother me that much though, because the movie surrounding it is so wildly original and just so much fun. Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd are clearly having a blast, and they can give huge laughs simply with a certain look. What impressed me most about watching this movie again though is how well it still works. Even though I've probably seen this movie close to 100 times, it still gets the reactions from me that it's looking for. During the iconic clock tower scene, I couldn't help but tense up and scream at the screen. It's impressive enough for a movie to get that reaction the first time I've seen it, let alone when I've seen the movie enough times to have that scene memorized. You can pick the movie apart all you want, and its got its share of 80s cheese, but it's thrilling and just plain fun. Quite possibly one of the best movies ever made.