This is much more enjoyable than the UK version.
I agree with CGP Grey; this should absolutely be required reading in school.
This was a strange experience because the script is almost identical to the UK version but I can see how the characters are completely different already.
The story is a bit hectic to follow but it's still interesting. It's based on the game episode of the same name so I'll give them a pass.
Fills in the blanks between Biff getting the Almanac and the alternate 1985 with an amazing story. There's even a nod to the refrigerator from the original script.
Top Four continues to be one of my favourite shows. There's even a video to go with this episode.
My top four:
I expected a lot more flying.
Terry Crews. X-Force. Hell yes.
I love this scene so much, seeing the work that went into it only makes it more interesting.
Good story ruined by a shitty ending.
Adequate. Barry Allen was great though.
Also, a man kicked over some oranges.
Jessica Jones and the rest of the cast are some of the most interesting and deep of the MCU. I had to rewatch this before Thursday in preparation for season 2.
For all it's problems, I still really enjoy this.
There is a lot of back story in these as well as plenty of stories about what happened after Marty came back for the last time. The stories feel like a genuine part of the universe and not just a cheap money-grab.
I like the idea that Doc spent the time after Marty went back to the future trying to make sure everything stayed as it should so he would be able to "meet" Marty for real.
YES. Easily the best MCU movie to date.
This is too much Brent in one place.
This is as awkward to watch as ever but I still enjoy it. Two seasons is enough though.
Pretty interesting, but I doubt I'd watch it again.
Definitely the worst of the Cornetto Trilogy, but still an excellent film.
I didn't actually finish this because I don't have the patience for the last tournament, but I thoroughly enjoyed the rest of the game.
Kristen Bell is a treasure.
Lots of problems with animation and frame rates, but the story and game mechanics are fascinating.
Third time's the charm.
Every frame of this looks incredible.
There is no better intepretation of A Christmas Carol.