Back to the Future Part III is a must see film, but only if you have watched the previous two movies. I do think this instalment is worthy and a satisfying conclusion to the franchise and I do hope that the talk of remakes remains just rumour and not reality. The Thirtieth Anniversary of the Franchise has witnessed the cast and crew reuniting and celebrating the occasion which is always nice to see and also to see them all get along after all this time. The actors certainly look like they are embracing the attention and the memory of these films and looking back, my brother and I came out of the Cinema aged 14 and 9 very happy with what we had just witnessed. Highly Recommend.
Bill Bryson (Robert Redford) is an author who decides that he wants to tackle the Appalachian Trail on a six month hike. The trail has a reputation for fatalities and with Bill in his old age takes a bit of convincing his wife Catherine (Emma Thompson) that he “needs” to accomplish this feat.
A Scientist played by Robert Redford discovers proof of the existence of an afterlife and after a subsequent increase in a worldwide rate of suicides to experience an existence on another plain. Will (Jason Segal) heading back to visit his Dad Thomas (The Scientist) Will meets Isla (Rooney Mara) on an empty ferry to the small seaside town.