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John Mulaney Analyzes 'Back to the Future'...and it Gets Weird

I guess there might be something a little strange about a handsome young boy hanging out with a disgraced older man... We all know rewriting and polishing are the most critical parts of the screenwriting process. They turn good movies into great movies. Great movies carry you away from your day to day grind. They envelop you in a warm blanket of storytelling and make you feel so completely absorbed in the story that it pains you to remember a time when you didn't have that comfort. Movies like that come across once in a generation. And the one that sticks out most to me is Back to the Future. I recently saw a 35mm re-release of the film, and for two hours I was a resident of Hill Valley in two different timelines. During the movie, I never questioned what was put forward in the screenplay. I always bought into every concept in the film. Even the plot twists felt natural. But after doing some research online, I noticed one insanely popular comedian didn't feel the same way I did... Read More...

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Published By: NoFilmSchool - 7 days ago

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