May 6, 2020 — Do you love to sit and ponder about the paradoxes and impossibilities of time travel? Boy, do I have a movie for you! The 1985 sci-fi comedy Back to the Future tackles the complexities of time travel as if it were a matter of finding the right mix of ingredients. In this case, it’s one part DeLorean, two parts plutonium, a flux capacitor, and some gigawatts. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, Back to the Future may fumble when it comes to the science of time travel, but as a movie? It more than earns the accolades it’s received since speeding 88 mph into our hearts. When an eccentric doctor, Emmett “Doc” Brown (Christopher Lloyd), builds a time machine and ticks off some Libyans in the process, his protege, Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox), is unexpectedly sent 30 years into the past. READ MORE »