Everyone knows that I love Back to the Future, and if you don’t then you just don’t know me at all. Which is fair enough if you actually don’t know me, but all my friends: shame on you! More shame on you if you haven’t even seen it. Before you read any further, go and watch it! This is an unbiased opinion that I’m presenting of course. Haha, bullshit I hear you say. Yes. But, hey, everyone’s got a favourite film and this just so happens to be mine. I mean, I love everything about it and when I hear the name of it, it sends a tingle down my spine. That’s what a favourite film is all about to me. If you don’t feel for it when you hear about it, then it’s not your favourite. Unless you’re just not that into films, then what the hell are you doing on my blog? I’m joking, I’m joking, don’t worry.
But, anyway, you won’t find a review of this film on here, no siree. I refuse, as a general rule that I go by to analyse anything that’s a favourite of mine. This includes things such as Life on Mars and Supernatural for one very important and good reason: I don’t want to suck the life out of it. If I start looking at my favourite things in a more analytical light, it’ll kill it for me and I love Back to the Future too much to do that to it.