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  • "You know that new sound you're lookin' for? Well listen to this!" Marty McFly's entire future rests on being able to play the guitar at his parents' Enchantment Under the Sea dance, all the way back in 1955. Watch him rock out to "Earth Angel" and "Johnny B. Goode!"
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    From the Academy Award-winning filmmakers Steven Spielberg and Robert Zemeckis comes Back to the Future - the original, groundbreaking adventure that sparked one of the most successful trilogies ever! When teenager Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) is blasted to 1955 in the DeLorean time machine created by the eccentric Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd), he finds himself mixed up in a time-shattering chain reaction that could vaporize his future - and leave him trapped in the past. Powered by innovative special effects, unforgettable songs and non-stop action, Back to the Future is an unrivaled adventure that stands the test of time.
    © 1985 Universal City Studios, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
    Cast: Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Thomas F. Wilson, Crispin Glover, Claudia Wells, Billy Zane, Casey Siemaszko
    Produced By: Bob Gale, Neil Canton
    Written By: Bob Gale & Robert Zemeckis
    Directed By: Robert Zemeckis
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Comments • 16 853

  • Sean Driscoll
    Sean Driscoll Year ago +12947

    I love how without the time travel this movie is about a guy being an absolute homie and helps a guy get his crush

    • John Furey
      John Furey 20 hours ago

      @Flargarbason it's his dad. He had to get his dad together with his mom or he would not exist. Its the plot so no

    • Flargarbason
      Flargarbason 21 hour ago

      @John Furey “I love how without time travel”
      Implying “This movie has time travel but without it, it would be a guy helping his friend”

    • Patty De Franco
      Patty De Franco 4 days ago

      It's unbelievable how literal some people can be. 12 thousand and counting got your idea while others keep on arguing about the unarguable.

    • 매와눈사람
      매와눈사람 9 days ago

      @Leeroy Jenkins 5

    • shrek's long lost stepfather
      shrek's long lost stepfather 12 days ago

      @belk ok

  • sadkingbilly
    sadkingbilly 6 months ago +4172

    “But your kids are gonna love it”
    Best. Time. Travel. Movie. Sentence. Ever.

  • Ian Delos
    Ian Delos Day ago +9

    1:48
    I love this part, it gives me goosebumps😁

  • Petey
    Petey 8 months ago +5300

    This scene basically implies in this universe, Marty invented Rock n Roll

    • DavidMusic
      DavidMusic 2 days ago

      @Grayson Pitman not before 1954

    • ZabalawanPrincess
      ZabalawanPrincess 4 days ago

      Basically the ONLY WAY a white person could have created Rock n Roll was if they had a time machine and to change history

    • Neil Irvine
      Neil Irvine 5 days ago

      And?

    • MrDeadhead83
      MrDeadhead83 8 days ago

      No. Marty invented 80s glam metal/rock in 1955

    • Mattyjay88
      Mattyjay88 17 days ago

      Schrodinger's cat.

  • Jonathan Blaze
    Jonathan Blaze 9 months ago +2571

    I remember seeing this in theaters in 1985 as a 7 year old. The theater erupted in applause and cheers when MJF got back up after the kiss and they all came back in the photo. Ah, the magic of movies! There was also lots of laughter when he went nuts shredding on the guitar. Back to the Future is an example of a perfect movie.

    • hmdwgf
      hmdwgf 9 days ago

      That’s an awesome story!

    • 나명랑
      나명랑 9 days ago

      U are 47yeasrs now

    • kayrocket
      kayrocket 10 days ago

      For a second, I thought you were talking about MJF the professional wrestler 😂

    • Camille Victoria Vega
      Camille Victoria Vega 18 days ago +1

      I wasn’t born to see it in the theaters but I’ll never forget the chills and utter happiness I felt when Marty springs back up. It was also incredibly romantic with the song mixed in with the film score, and the freaking camera pan outward. I cried for years after that at that moment. Complete perfection. 🥹🥹🥹

    • Victor Elkins
      Victor Elkins Month ago

      After the first sentence, I knew there was going to be something about people erupting in applause.

  • Dave Olifent
    Dave Olifent 10 months ago +7291

    I love that Chuck Berry was able to perfectly recreate the song even though he missed the first half.

  • Crystal Regan
    Crystal Regan 2 days ago +9

    Michael J fox really sang Johnny be Good... He was awesome

  • Knight Wind
    Knight Wind 9 months ago +1836

    Marty just showed these kids 30 years of Rock n Roll in just 5 minutes. 🤟😎

    • unionrdr
      unionrdr 19 days ago +6

      The slow slide thing is from Bo diddly, then Eddy Van Halen with tapping, Pete Townsend windmill and kicking the amp, Behind the head playing from T-Bone Walker. Duck walk and sliding on his back from Chuck Barry. Decades of rock-n-roll classics in those couple minutes was a stroke of genius! I've seen all these things over my 66 years by the artists that created them.

    • Music 328
      Music 328 3 months ago +1

      @Nahhh Just what Marty was trying 2 explain 2 them.

    • Nahhh
      Nahhh 3 months ago +2

      they didn't love it though, but they're kids will

    • Music 328
      Music 328 4 months ago +1

      @CountryMetal01 Unbelievable that it was Huey Lewis, the one who told him that, he did the main theme song "Power Of Love"!

    • Soul Knight
      Soul Knight 5 months ago +1

      *exactly*

  • J/NC\B
    J/NC\B 7 months ago +1111

    Can only imagine how good this was in theatres back when it came out. All those 80’s kids had some true masterpieces. They must have had MCU level audience reactions for these films.

    • Laval Gopaul
      Laval Gopaul 3 days ago

      ​@Robert F. Kuszewski

    • Anthony Flynn
      Anthony Flynn 3 days ago

      It was great in the theatres...the 80's were soooo much fun

    • Echo-49er
      Echo-49er 3 days ago

      I was 16 when that movie was released. The 80s was a great time to be a teen.

    • First Last
      First Last 17 days ago

      We were too busy having fun than being offended at everything.

    • Thysta
      Thysta 21 day ago

      @Clam Crew Car Club Haha get you. 80s was definitely an interesting decade. Me personally I love today's movies.

  • AdvantasyA
    AdvantasyA 2 days ago +5

    So Iconic scene😍

  • David Díaz
    David Díaz 5 months ago +607

    I love how Marvin looks at the guitar astounded after Marty gives it back like "damn, I didn't know you could do that!"

    • Gnarkillium
      Gnarkillium 16 days ago +2

      I always thought he was inspecting it for damage.

    • Vincenzo
      Vincenzo Month ago

      @Константин Петров that’s exactly what the first guy meant

    • Jack 321
      Jack 321 Month ago +1

      Ik I’m months late

    • Jack 321
      Jack 321 Month ago +9

      I think it was just cause Marty played the song differently than original like uhh that’s not right but dang it does sound good

    • Константин Петров
      Константин Петров 2 months ago +34

      It's more like "darn, I didn't know the guitar could do this at all" or "damn, the guitar is still the whole"

  • theAstarrr
    theAstarrr 6 months ago +637

    There aren’t a lot of movies that go “alright you got your big plot point, now we’re gonna have some fun”. That Johnny B Goode scene is awesome

  • Patty De Franco
    Patty De Franco 9 months ago +598

    I was a teenager in 1985. Still feel one now every time I watch these movies.

    • Huxe
      Huxe 5 days ago +1

      I was 10 years old, ever been rock'n roller, never forget the "it's a blues b" :D

    • Pink_Monkey_Bird
      Pink_Monkey_Bird 27 days ago +1

      @Patty De Franco just upset that back to the future 2 shows that they were using hoverboards in 2013. It's 2022 and I still don't have a hoverboard dammit! Haha

    • Pink_Monkey_Bird
      Pink_Monkey_Bird 27 days ago +2

      @Patty De Franco Of course I do! That's why I'm here haha its a damn good movie

    • Patty De Franco
      Patty De Franco 27 days ago

      @Pink_Monkey_Bird And you like the movies?

    • Pink_Monkey_Bird
      Pink_Monkey_Bird 27 days ago +1

      I'm 13 right now hehe

  • Karen Rich
    Karen Rich 5 months ago +194

    My husband and I saw this film on a date night after dinner. About 2 weeks later we learned we were having a baby. So, I have a special place in my heart for this film and the whole trilogy.

    • Anakin Skywalker
      Anakin Skywalker Month ago

      Well, to be fair to him you guys need to appear at Maury so your husband can hear the words, "You're NOT the father" and he can do a little dance!

    • R Phuche
      R Phuche 3 months ago +13

      ha ha .. couldn't keep your hands off each other, eh ?

  • An incandescent lightbulb

    This movie simply was way ahead of its time. A classic that never gets old.

    • 🔴BTR⚫
      🔴BTR⚫ 11 days ago

      More ahead than our time

    • Bytron08
      Bytron08 2 months ago

      Check out my cover of Johnny B Goode guys!! :) clip-share.net/video/UWJPK0HTTYQ/video.html

    • kev mc
      kev mc 4 months ago

      yes the first one was the best

    • Aer0space
      Aer0space 4 months ago +1

      What do you mean? its brand new.

    • Danny Cosmos
      Danny Cosmos 4 months ago

      i love the incest.

  • KevMoney Team
    KevMoney Team 8 months ago +179

    When George waved at Marty.....dude that gave me the chills tbh. Thanking him for all his help

  • Thysta
    Thysta 3 days ago +3

    That song + the thrilling music when George walks away + comes back + pushes the guy + main music theme + Marvin Berry comes back. Robert Zemeckis = GENIUS.

  • Mike Linsky
    Mike Linsky 8 months ago +371

    Such a phenomenal scene but my favourite part is the way Marvin looks at the guitar after Marty hands it back to him. It's as if he's seeing all the potential of the electric guitar for the first time.

    • Rex Rathtar
      Rex Rathtar 4 months ago +9

      Yeah, *that* was the good bit. [slaps head]

  • Max Power Gaming
    Max Power Gaming 8 months ago +198

    This scene makes me think of being a kid with my father and rewinding this part over and over again. Love you dad and miss you so much man

  • T-ZER0
    T-ZER0 8 months ago +295

    5:24 If you look at George in the crowd he’s the only one that enjoyed it! 😂😂

    • Mister Rominade
      Mister Rominade 3 days ago

      Never noticed that in the many many many times I watched this scene. Thank you for this

    • moninchow
      moninchow 8 days ago +6

      Think about it tho. Marty broke in to his house pretending to be an alien and played the heavy metal. Maybe after hearing this he figured out it was him.

    • Umm yes?
      Umm yes? 14 days ago +4

      He’s smiling 😃

    • Daniel DeMaria
      Daniel DeMaria Month ago +7

      @LonelyClaw middle of the crowd, a little towards the back

    • LonelyClaw
      LonelyClaw Month ago +9

      @Peter Parker where is he in the crowd

  • hmdwgf
    hmdwgf 9 days ago +2

    This is one of the best scenes in any movie over the last 40 years.

  • Leonard Stauffer
    Leonard Stauffer 4 months ago +149

    I always loved the band’s positive facial expressions to Marty at the beginning of the song… and their looks of disapproval, shock and confusion at the end. Too funny!

  • Ольга Молочникова

    просто супер, обожаю

  • Zmey Dnepr
    Zmey Dnepr 4 days ago

    Самый шикарный момент из всех частей "Назад в будущее". Обожаю этот момент и мелодию Чака Берри!)) спасибо

  • EpicPelez
    EpicPelez Month ago +36

    The switch to the main theme at 1:41 really signals that this is not just a cute moment, but a massive one plot-wise as well. Then the return to "Earth Angel" at 1:52 helps create possibly the best moment in cinema history capped with the iconic wave at 2:04 - George saying "thank you for helping me find love" and Marty saying "thank you for making me who I am"
    Edit: I also love how Marvin seems to be focused on George and Lorraine as well at 1:56 - it's like he's in on the mission!

  • John Jacobs
    John Jacobs 6 months ago +60

    This still gives me goosebumps in 2022, especially when the kiss springs Marty back to his feet and Earth Angel hits so hard. I have seen this movie over 100 times and this scene (and the lead up to it) is truly an all-time classic.

  • Iv
    Iv 5 months ago +35

    As someone who's learning about the history of rock and roll, this performance of Johnny B. Goode is hilariously legendary.

  • No
    No Year ago +8827

    And his parents never questioned why their child looks exactly like the guy who played music at their dance

    • Bytron08
      Bytron08 2 months ago

      Check out my cover of Johnny B Goode guys!! :) clip-share.net/video/UWJPK0HTTYQ/video.html

    • Nick
      Nick 2 months ago +1

      In the BTTF comics, Lorraine and George had relationship problems and went after Marty at Doc's house to unite them again, but, he had already traveled through time and was no longer there, so, Doc put their heads in a machine which made them forget the existence of the 1950s Marty, I just don't know if it's canon with the movie trilogy.

    • No
      No 3 months ago

      @andreas the man Nothing. If they say something they have to be very very careful so their kid doesn't think they are crazy 😂.

    • andreas the man
      andreas the man 3 months ago

      Maybe they have? But what could they do about it

    • Corey Nance
      Corey Nance 5 months ago

      @Dana Kiami agreed.

  • lisa
    lisa 3 days ago +1

    Michael is awesome in every movie he was in.
    He was perfect. Amazing.

  • Lightning Blue
    Lightning Blue 7 months ago +66

    My absolute favorite movie. Honorable mention to Part II and III. But the original film is the perfect movie.

  • It's Jordan
    It's Jordan 6 days ago

    I love how the moment where Marty and his siblings were brought back into existence is when George and Lorraine kissed, no risk of divorce or breakup or cheating or anything before Marty or his siblings were born to risk him being erased again
    Kinda implies that from that point onward, they both decided to stay committed forever, what a loving couple

  • SARATOGA
    SARATOGA 28 days ago +7

    3:11 that drum beat dropped correctly screams that the band are also time traveller himself there's no way he knew that the song has that drum beat since it haven't been introduce until the 60's and it's difficult to fill for Marty since that style of music takes practice to learn since they haven't heard it yet they nailed it

  • Camo Clone
    Camo Clone 2 years ago +33197

    I guess the two thousand people who disliked aren’t ready for that yet, but their kids are gonna love it.

  • Adeeb Momen
    Adeeb Momen 8 months ago +40

    One of the best trilogies ever made and an amazing classic. I miss these times and beautiful movies

  • よしのぶ
    よしのぶ 7 months ago +40

    傑作。この動画だけでも散々けなされたマーティが観衆に持ち上げられたのが嬉しいのがすごく良く分かる。

  • djartiec
    djartiec 9 days ago +1

    One of the best cinematic scenes of the 1980's

  • Bucky C.
    Bucky C. 10 days ago +2

    One of the best movie lines ever. "But your kids are gonna love it".

  • Fatt Philosopher
    Fatt Philosopher 2 years ago +5737

    the most incredible thing about this is that the guitar Marty is playing wasn’t invented until 1958.

    • tyler.the.creep.
      tyler.the.creep. 14 days ago

      @Jerry Harris He knows the song, and just plays it now in 55’

    • fixitluis
      fixitluis 17 days ago +1

      Not only that but time travel won't be invented till 2183. Geez the inaccuracies of this movie

    • Mrbob4u
      Mrbob4u 20 days ago

      @Muhammad Burhan The head stock says Gibson. Most likely a 335, but I am not well versed on guitars of that era.

    • Y P
      Y P 23 days ago

      @Samuel Barber but he redeemed the song at the end

    • Nathan Pittman
      Nathan Pittman Month ago

      @Jerry Harris 1955 and that’s why he played the song. Because it’s not made yet

  • Cleephark
    Cleephark Month ago +16

    "But your kids are gonna love it" is actually a line said by George Gershwin after performing Rhapsody in Blue for the first time. Absolutely legendary.

  • No_MotionLess
    No_MotionLess 5 months ago +24

    This song was made in 1955, and it's still got it's music and it's still popular 67 years later.

  • FloridaManMatty
    FloridaManMatty 6 months ago +4

    My lifelong obsession with guitars was partially born as a result of this scene. Seeing Marty McFly shred as an impressionable 8 years old put me on a path that has given me more joy than anything else. There’s just one small problem with this scene…
    The movie takes place in 1955. The guitar he’s playing, a Gibson ES-345, wasn’t available until 1958. They rented it from Norm Harris of Norman’s Rare Guitars. In 1985, it had a purchase price of $2100, but they ended up renting it for several months at $300 a week.
    Nowadays, that same guitar in that condition would EASILY fetch close to $30,000.00. The actual Back to the Future 345 would probably be worth twice that amount to the right collector.
    Such an incredible screenplay and a true classic… The nerd in me really loves it, technical goofs and all.

  • Long Nguyen
    Long Nguyen 6 months ago +9

    One of the greatest moments in the history of film, Marty coming back to life…
    One of the greatest Trilogies of All Time

    • Long Nguyen
      Long Nguyen 4 months ago

      @Rex Rathtar lol yeah that guy actually dies. He never comes back. No such thing

    • Rex Rathtar
      Rex Rathtar 4 months ago

      He never dies. I think you've got it confused with the Passion of the Christ.

  • Jhean Messias
    Jhean Messias Month ago +2

    E assim nasceu o ROCK R ROLL rsrsrsrsr 3:22

  • Shadow_Wesker666
    Shadow_Wesker666 6 months ago +19

    5:41 I just love how he looks at the guitar like; “I didn’t know this thing could sound like that...”

  • J International
    J International 5 days ago

    No time travel movie has come close to this. Perfection. Of course being made in the 80s helped.

  • E.A.R.
    E.A.R. 19 days ago +1

    @10yrs old in 1985 Soon as my family of 4 walked out, my dad said Y'all wanna see it again..? We Said YES..!! Turned right around went back for 2nd time. The quality & craftiness of this movie was unheard of Even in that age of the greatest movies ever made.. "80's..!"

  • AllWordzAreMadeUp -Voidz
    AllWordzAreMadeUp -Voidz 3 years ago +954

    I love how the band just nailed the song instantly

    • Rex Rathtar
      Rex Rathtar 4 months ago

      It's not real. They rehearsed it before they shot the scene.

    • Tommy Ehrenberg
      Tommy Ehrenberg 2 years ago

      well he let them know it was a blues riff in B

    • DivDav08
      DivDav08 2 years ago +4

      I also love how Marty started literally dying during the first song and was playing terribly and yet the lead singer was so insistent on doing another song

    • StarPulverizer 22
      StarPulverizer 22 2 years ago

      Ron Tiemens that’s what got me triggered

    • One who knows revenge
      One who knows revenge 2 years ago +6

      I played the drums for over 40yrs,played with a lead guitar player that could just pick up songs like that by playing along for a short period with the song,even if he never heard it b4.Those were the days,weren't they Pat?

  • DrasticBoy 6696
    DrasticBoy 6696 16 days ago

    I want “Johnny B. Goode” to compete with “Tutti Frutti” cause they’re both my favorite songs of nostalgia.

  • Starscr34m76
    Starscr34m76 4 months ago +17

    never gets old :D

  • Ben Gilhooly
    Ben Gilhooly Month ago +12

    I love how eventually, they all start thinking he's acting weird but the guy on the saxophone is just having the time of his life lmao

  • Mro
    Mro 15 days ago

    Definitely one of the best movies of all time; The cast is absolutely amazing

  • Kristopher Adams
    Kristopher Adams 2 years ago +2477

    That man on vocals was absolutely killing Earth Angel.

  • iLikechips
    iLikechips 4 months ago +5

    Back to the Future is definitely my favourite 80s movie! Such a classic!

  • Drive Your Life!
    Drive Your Life! 2 months ago +2

    Loved this movie back then, and still it's one of my favorites along with Grease.

  • Jay Baer
    Jay Baer 7 months ago +3

    timeless classic and I'm sure my kids will in fact love this oldie

  • Jamie Lawrence
    Jamie Lawrence 6 months ago +1

    I keep seeing scenes in 80's movies with music and thinking "Oh, this is the most classic scene of all time...". I'm realizing how many #1 classic music moments of all time there are in 80's movies! It was so great how much music played such an important roll in big budget films.

  • TeaGamingPanda
    TeaGamingPanda 3 years ago +6064

    “Guess you guys aren’t ready for that yet......but your kids are gonna love it!”
    One of my favourite films

    • M???????? A???????
      M???????? A??????? 2 years ago

      TeaGamingPanda problem with that whole line is that people were ready for this kind of music
      Seeing as the song was released in 1958

    • .
      . 2 years ago +1

      Marty was referring to iPhones 😅

    • Drex Cote
      Drex Cote 3 years ago

      TeaGamingPanda yes.

    • Rhonda Boncutter
      Rhonda Boncutter 3 years ago +1

      Oh, it was loved!

    • Utahs Dawg
      Utahs Dawg 3 years ago

      Strike 3. Your out. I'm in

  • sharp dressed cat
    sharp dressed cat 8 months ago +7

    4:38 i love this how he does the fast different notes going down
    and 4:42 :D i love it!!

  • Юлия Касович

    Прикольно мне очень понравилось видео Как он пел прям удовольствие

  • A J M
    A J M 3 months ago +2

    3:38 I love how the drumming is accurate for the time in both the playing/style(as in the slightly altered swing beat applied to blues) and the traditional grip used. As a drummer myself that's what I noticed

  • Neil Haran
    Neil Haran 8 months ago +7

    It is great how the crowd know how to professionally dance to a song from the future.

    • Rex Rathtar
      Rex Rathtar 4 months ago

      They came to a dance, you schmuck and they're from the 50s. Which part of dancing the jive -- a dance that originated in the 30s -- are you finding so incredulous?

  • Tyler Nersinger
    Tyler Nersinger 2 years ago +2365

    This is definitely Michael J. Fox's most iconic role.

    • Rex Rathtar
      Rex Rathtar 4 months ago

      You obviously didn't grow up with Family Ties

    • Jaden Quest
      Jaden Quest 2 years ago

      Ah I see you are a man of the future as well

    • Phiacolada
      Phiacolada 2 years ago

      @Jack Lancaster he played Stuart??

    • Jacob Lescallette
      Jacob Lescallette 2 years ago +1

      Tyler Nersinger Scott in Teen Wolf

    • Bruiser 1987477
      Bruiser 1987477 2 years ago

      I beg to differ, homeward bound nobody else could have voiced chance better lol

  • Alex Lane
    Alex Lane 6 months ago +3

    I watched this scene more than a million times and I never get fed up. What a Masterpiece!

  • theAstarrr
    theAstarrr 6 months ago +5

    I LOVE the way they slowly add horror to the scene at 0:43
    and at 1:37 when the future is changed, then 1:53 the perfect feeling of restoration comes in...and it's so perfect.
    And of course the cherry on top(Marty is dumb though. You have barely any time to get to the future and you play another song?) is Johnny B Goode at 3:03

  • Gabriel V.
    Gabriel V. 2 months ago

    Just Amazing!!!!! Love it!

  • Lee Calladine
    Lee Calladine Month ago +3

    If you want to now how good a film is wait 30 years. With out doubt one of the very best films to come out of the 80's.

  • Bobby The Spaceghost
    Bobby The Spaceghost 4 months ago +1

    One of my all-time favorite movies.

  • Great Leader Great Warrior

    I called my first love “Earth Angel” and sang her this song. It suddenly became 1987 for a brief moment. You never forget your first love. Brought tears to my eyes. I’m 52.

  • Ivan May
    Ivan May 4 months ago +7

    I knew already that Michael J. Fox was a good actor. But he’s also a very good guitar player too.

  • sbkpilot11
    sbkpilot11 10 days ago +2

    Saw this with my whole 7th grade class on a theater trip in mid 1985!! Can't belive it's been almost 40 years

  • AstraX
    AstraX 3 years ago +1872

    Best movie ever made. If you don't agree then I guess you aren't ready for it yet, but your kids are gonna love it.

    • Rex Rathtar
      Rex Rathtar 4 months ago

      Astrax writes: Best movie ever made
      T.E. Lawrence says: Nothing is written.

    • Juan Diego Romero Barranca
      Juan Diego Romero Barranca 3 years ago

      @Sweet Epiphany words from a virgin.
      It's a joke

    • Dario Wirtha
      Dario Wirtha 3 years ago

      If not the best film, this scene alone is at least epic.

    • Marlboro
      Marlboro 3 years ago

      Never seen Forrest Gump?

    • Joshua Huf
      Joshua Huf 3 years ago

      Nah the best was IMO pulp fiction

  • Andy Ward
    Andy Ward 8 months ago +7

    The strings from 1:53 are beautiful and really sell this scene (the first, dramatic half of this scene).

  • Raphael DaGamer
    Raphael DaGamer 4 months ago +10

    This is perfect. There's no other way to put it, no way for me to describe it, it is just perfect. Like the rest of this movie.

  • Moises Torres
    Moises Torres 28 days ago +6

    0:18 Marvin: "The dance is over. Unless you know someone else that can play the guitar." Cut to the scene of Marty playing the guitar. The transition is so smooth, it doesn't waste any time and it just flows because we already know that Marty plays the guitar because it was set up at the beginning of the film. The pace is another thing that makes this movie so perfect!

  • Garland Remington III
    Garland Remington III 8 months ago +10

    My wife and I absolutely never tire of watching this segment!! I vividly remember when this part hit the screen in the theater 🎭 that we always went to / still go to down in Whitefish. Here in NW Montana.

  • Just Some Guy with Tattoos
    Just Some Guy with Tattoos 2 years ago +1094

    *"I guess you guys aren't ready for that yet but your kids are gonna love it"*
    This is what makes this one of the best scenes in the back to the future franchise.

    • Just Some Guy with Tattoos
      Just Some Guy with Tattoos 2 years ago +2

      @takubo YES absolutely agree.

    • takubo
      takubo 2 years ago +6

      nah, this is one of the best scenes in movie history

    • Chris
      Chris 2 years ago

      450 likes not a single comment? DAMN

  • User User
    User User 4 months ago +9

    Michael J. Fox was perfect in every way to do that role. We are ansious to watch the Back to the Future 4 !!!

  • Eliane Layon
    Eliane Layon 8 months ago +1

    Uuuaaauu maravilhoso! ❤😍😍👏👏👏👏👏👏

  • dangerous d
    dangerous d 8 months ago +5

    Always get goosebumps to this

  • FishTank.
    FishTank. 3 months ago +1

    Technically since Marty is in the past, and plays Johnny B goode. He TECHNICALLY invented rock n roll.

  • Chris Cornelius
    Chris Cornelius Year ago +451

    This version of Earth Angel is the best I have heard.

    • Hugh Janus
      Hugh Janus 3 months ago +1

      Look up the one by Tiny Tim

    • Me
      Me 7 months ago +54

      I was actually kind of disappointed when I finally heard the original version. The BTTF version has a way better feel to it.

  • Johnny
    Johnny 5 months ago +3

    The music the acting the emotion and the payoff very rewarding and satistying Marty spents the rest of the movie trying to help his dad have a score with his mother george repays him by standing up for himself. The shot of the pictures of marty and his siblings fading back and george waving at his son is a symbolism of a son helping his dad reconnect with his mom by a troubled relationship or divorce ultimately saving his parents marrage and the family is perfection.

  • Advogado Dr. Sérgio
    Advogado Dr. Sérgio 9 months ago +13

    A melhor cena/trilha sonora de todos os tempos!

  • Roger England
    Roger England 6 months ago +2

    One of the greatest scenes ever 💥

  • JJBGaming
    JJBGaming 6 months ago +3

    One of the best films of all time ❤️

  • Russ Jalichandra
    Russ Jalichandra 2 years ago +4350

    This proves that there’s another time traveler before Marty who brought that Gibson ES 335 guitar, first built in 1958, to the year 1955. 😄

    • Rex Rathtar
      Rex Rathtar 4 months ago

      It's not a 335, smart ass.

    • Carl Hansen
      Carl Hansen 2 years ago

      @Emmett Hatcher Bill S Preston and Theodore Logan?

    • Unique x20
      Unique x20 2 years ago

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    • TME
      TME 2 years ago

      Cough Cough remember doc?

    • Unique x20
      Unique x20 2 years ago

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  • SauerkrautSandwich93
    SauerkrautSandwich93 Month ago +1

    2:04 When Marty's father becomes his best friend. It's insane how good this movie is well written!

  • McKinzie Chapman
    McKinzie Chapman 5 months ago +2

    I just love how Michael J. Fox just goes into his own thing at the very end of "Johnny B. Good".

  • Aditya Shankar Prasad
    Aditya Shankar Prasad 9 months ago +4

    How cool is that! Seeing your real parents fall in love being an adult!

  • sean Versacci
    sean Versacci 6 months ago +2

    Amazing music and amazing singing and amazing movie , period

  • HeatyFrog
    HeatyFrog 2 years ago +4059

    Love that in the future where Marty was never born, his parents still decided to take a picture of that well with nobody standing against it

    • Rex Rathtar
      Rex Rathtar 4 months ago

      Great Scott, you obviuosly didn't understand the "Flux" in flux capacitor.

    • terracottapie
      terracottapie Year ago

      @Recover the Sky of Day But the oldest thing is the well.

    • Laust Cawz
      Laust Cawz Year ago

      @FKMDC 7306
      At least one of them
      would've been taking the picture.

    • Eric Futterman
      Eric Futterman Year ago

      OMG that's hilarious. Never in 30 years have I thought of that.

    • Ricky TPB
      Ricky TPB Year ago

      Omg!! I'm dying reading this and all replies!!.... 🤣🤣

  • Daniel TheManiel
    Daniel TheManiel Month ago +2

    Let me tell you about the best wingman ever. My time traveling son.

  • Miles Majeran
    Miles Majeran 6 months ago +12

    Damn the song that he plays went on the golden record, meaning that song will last to the end of time, humanity, earth, everything, all because some dudes asked Marty to play another one.

  • Andrew Jones Music
    Andrew Jones Music 9 months ago +3

    MJF is awesome! I grew up watching that guy, he's a great actor

  • T Wolak
    T Wolak 8 months ago +11

    I was a senior in high school when this movie came out. Great flick to see at a drive in.

  • Rickord
    Rickord Year ago +2854

    This scene is the reason why I started playing guitar 32 years ago.

    • *RoRy*
      *RoRy* 11 months ago

      Me too ..and skateboarding !!!

    • Mario
      Mario 11 months ago

      He started 32 years ago because of this movie, and stopped 31 and a half years ago when he couldn't play this song.

    • sophie 😟
      sophie 😟 Year ago

      it’s why i started wanting to play, i finally got a guitar finally this year

    • Paul McHugh
      Paul McHugh Year ago

      Me too. I already loved the guitar but seeing this movie (8 times in the first week), made me knuckle down and practice. I still come back here for a boost. What a great film!

    • NinjaNutz ForFun
      NinjaNutz ForFun Year ago

      @The Penguin Cave he's basically a walking corpse I didn't know people lived that long

  • Mark
    Mark Month ago +2

    Never gets old.. touching, funny and timeless

  • tito lauvim
    tito lauvim 4 months ago +3

    que momento maravilhoso 🤩🤩

  • Vanhalen84
    Vanhalen84 3 months ago +4

    I love how at the end of Marty's solo there is obviously vibratio on the bend but his hand stays static.

  • José Manríquez
    José Manríquez 9 months ago +1

    Simplemente una pelicula hermosa, que jamas dejaremos de recomendar y disfrutarla.