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Back to the Future Part II . The Future is coming.. It is the sequel to the first movie in the trilogy, Back to the Future.
It was directed by Robert Zemeckis and written by Zemeckis and Bob Gale. However, when Biff steals the De. Lorean to send a sports almanac back to his past self, Marty and Doc must return to 1. Since Jennifer has seen the De. Lorean time machine and Doc decides that the matter concerns her as well, they take her along and depart. However, Biff Tannen comes out of the house, intending to show Marty one of the new Biff's Auto Detailingmatchbooks he has had printed, and accidentally witnesses their departure.
They arrive on a skyway on October 2. Doc is forced to tranquilize Jennifer because she asks too many questions about the future; Doc's firm belief is that no one should be allowed to know too much about their own destiny or future.
Back to the Future Part II - previously on. Picking up where Part 1 left off. Doc lands the De. Lorean in an alleyway adjacent to the Courthouse Square. Doc and Marty take Jennifer out of the De.
Lorean and lay her to the side as she is still sleeping and as to not get in the way of the mission. Doc then explains the chain of events that led to the Mc. Flys' downfall and tells Marty the plan on how they will stop it from happening. Originally, Marty Junior is approached by Griff Tannen, Biff's grandson, and his gang and is asked to join in a robbery. The robbery is foiled and Marty Jr. His sister Marlene Mc.
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Fly will later attempt to break him out of jail, only to cause further acrimony for the Mc. Fly family. Doc's plan is for Marty to impersonate his son and to tell Griff he will not join in. Marty follows the plan, even though it is almost messed up when Marty Jr. The gang gets angry and chases after Marty, much like the chase in 1. Biff. As a result, after Marty lands into the water, Griff and the gang crash into the courthouse and end up in jail, preventing the robbery, and Old Biff was watching and commented that this chase is similar to what he experienced in 1. After changing the timeline, and remembering a conversation with the elderly Biff speaking about .
Marty sees the almanac as a way to make a little extra money and possibly keep his life from going down the toilet, but Doc catches him and puts it in the trash, berating Marty that he did not build a time machine for such trivialities as making money (even though in the first movie, Doc mentions that going to the future would allow him to . The Biff of 2. 01. The officers proceed to take Jennifer home and Doc and Marty must follow. Doc fears that if Jennifer runs into her future self, there are two possibilities. Either she faints from shock or a paradox results in upsetting the time- space continuum and destroy the entire universe.
When Jennifer gets inside the house, she gets scared and hides in a closet. Later, she moves to a bathroom where she sees that her family life is far from ideal. The Marty of 2. 01.
Needles, who goads him into cooperating in a profitable, but illegal, scheme which involves the use of Marty's Cus. Cocredit card. Marty agrees when Needles calls him . However, their Japanese boss at Cus. Co, Ito T. He appears suddenly on the video screen and Marty is summarily fired. One of these faxes is taken by Jennifer from the fax machine in the bathroom. Unfortunately, Jennifer meets her future self coming in the front door and with the dual exclamation ! While Doc is rescuing Jennifer, Marty is distracted by the sight of an automatic dog- walker and wanders off to look around his future neighborhood.
Just before Marty and Doc return with Jennifer, Biff suddenly clutches his chest in pain when exiting the De. Lorean and slumps to the ground behind a nearby stationary car (a deleted scene showed him collapsing sideways and vanishing). He also accidentally breaks off the handle of his cane as he doubles up in agony and staggers away, leaving it in the De. Lorean. Doc then decides that when they return to 1. The first indication that something might be wrong is that there are security bars on the windows of the house.
When Doc drives Marty back to his house, it is dark, leaving them unable to notice that the signs at the entrance to Lyon Estates have been defaced, or a pack of stray dogs roaming freely. He is unable to enter his house through the backyard because the gate is padlocked. Crawling through his bedroom window, he is shocked when he discovers that an African- American family family lives here as the girl who is in Marty's room screams .
At one point, he sees the chalk outlines of two victims from a drive- by shooting. Three police cars speed past the entrance to the neighborhood, their strobe lights flashing and sirens sounding. Marty thinks he's still in the wrong year, until he finds a newspaper on someone's porch showing that today is October 2. Before he can think further, someone puts the business end of a shotgun to his head. Strickland, who is wearing a bulletproof vest over his nightshirt.
He claims not to recognize Marty, and thinks he's the guy who's been stealing the newspapers from his porch. Marty asks about the high school and learns that it was burned down by vandals six years ago. As Strickland gives Marty five seconds to get off his porch before he uses the shotgun to literally ruin Marty's prospects of fathering children by Jennifer forever (judging by where the weapon is pointed), a group of teenage drive- by shooters drive past and open fire with submachine guns, shattering an entire row of plant pots lined up on the porch wall and raking the house with bullets. As soon as the gunfire subsides, Strickland rushes out with his shotgun and fires two blasts at the fleeing car, shouting, . A video documents Biff's life, describing how Biff became a millionaire overnight after a trip to the racetrack on his 2. At this point, Biff's gang appear and knock Marty out. She tells him to relax, that he's been asleep for almost two hours.
He thinks it was a nightmare. She tells him that he's safe and sound on the 2. To Marty's shock, Lorraine is physically abused, an alcoholic and had major plastic surgery because Biff demanded her to get breast implants. She wonders what's wrong, and he stares at her chest, saying, .
Biff warns Lorraine that Marty is a butthead just like his father. Lorraine, offended defends George, telling Biff that he's not even half the man he was. Biff roughly pushes her to the floor.
Marty rushes at Biff, but Biff's gang grab Marty, and he punches Marty in the stomach. Lorraine snaps and tells Biff she's leaving. Biff asks her who will pay for her clothes, jewelry, liquor, and cosmetic surgery. Lorraine argues back that he's the one who wanted . He scares her into staying by threatening to cut Lorraine off from his money, cancel Linda's credit cards, revoke Dave's probation, and put Marty and them all in jail, just like her brother Joey.
Biff leaves, warning that Marty get lost within an hour. Once Biff is gone, Lorraine tells Marty that Biff was right and she was wrong, and then pours herself a drink. Marty is shocked, wondering how she could leave George for Biff.
Lorraine says that they must have hit Marty too hard this time. Marty asks where his father George is. She says that he's where he's been for the past twelve years, at Oak Park Cemetery.
It shows that he died on March 1. Marty is struck with grief, and Doc steps out of the shadows, saying it's all true. Doc reveals that he knew Marty would come here when he learned about his father.
Marty tears out the page of the newspaper that reports his father was shot dead in an alleyway while on his way to receive a book award. Using a chalkboard, Doc theorizes that somewhere in the past, the timeline has diverged into an alternate reality. He then shows the silver- colored bag the sports almanac came in, along with its receipt and old Biff's fist- shaped cane handle, which he had found in the De. Lorean — revealing that old Biff had given the book to himself sometime in the past, thus changing his future. He then shows Marty a newspaper headline about Biff's first successful bet on a horse race, back in 1. Marty uses a magnifying glass to look at the photo, and sees the almanac in Biff's pocket.
Doc says this is how time travel can be misused and why the time machine must be destroyed.. Doc immediately shoots down that plan, for if they were to do that, then they'd only be going to the future of this reality — a future where Biff is in power, married to Lorraine, and Doc is committed to an asylum after being declared insane (Doc shows Marty a newspaper story confirming this fact, which is accompanied by a photo of Emmett in a straitjacket). At the mention of this, Biff tells the women the party's over, and sends them out. He asks Marty what else he knows about the book. Marty tells Biff that he should tell him how, where, and when he got the book.
Biff leads Marty to his private office, where he tells (read: orders) him to sit down. As Biff opens the safe (hidden behind a painting of himself), he claims that he had crashed his car drag racing (in reality, as shown in the last film, he had crashed into a manure truck). Biff continues, saying that a . Biff admits he didn't see the resemblance. The old man told him he was going to be rich, and when Biff asked what the catch was, he was told, . Biff then remembers something else: old Biff warned him that . If that ever happens..
Marty throws the ashtray at Biff, but he ducks and the ashtray sticks into Biff's chair. The three guys who grabbed Marty outside see him go downstairs, but he jumps the other flight of stairs and goes back upstairs to the roof instead, while they go downstairs.
Biff catches up and sees the door to the roof swinging, and follows Marty. He tells Marty to jump, saying that suicide would be nice and neat. However, Biff reveals that he owns the police — and that is how he was able to get away with murdering George. Marty jumps over the ledge and Biff can't believe it. He calls Marty an idiot, and then looks over the ledge.