Back to the Future: The Complete Adventures [Blu-ray]

Great Scott! Back to the Future: The Complete Adventures pairs together the original beloved trilogy starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd along with the complete TV series. Join Marty McFly, Doc Brown and a time traveling DeLorean for the adventure of a lifetime as they travel to the past, present and future, setting off a time-shattering chain reaction that disrupts the space-time continuum!

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  1. 30th Anniversary Boxset Review/Criticism This review is specifically for the 30th anniversary ‘flux capacitor’ boxset. If I could give two separate ratings for this, I would. The movies themselves rate 5 stars, but the boxset presentation is a 2-3 at best. The boxset itself is cardboard style, and not that sturdy. The biggest disappointment though is the flux capacitor packaging. The effect is achieved by just a very very cheap lenticular image which uses LR1154 batteries to provide the light up effects. And to top it off, the…

  2. Highly Disappointing I finally received this box set after months of anticipation. This set is a major disappointment highlighted by cheap packaging.First, the light up Flux Capacitor is very misleading. It’s a cardboard box with a cheap lenticular printed card on top (the kind with a thin layer of wavy plastic). The lanticular printing is used as a terrible 3D effect if viewed from just the right angle and distance. Mostly, you just see a double blurred image. The card has a clear section with an…

  3. Great movies but just a repackaging of the old collection. First of all, the movies themselves and the extra content here is great. I just want to get that out of the way.However, if you already own the 25th Anniversary trilogy DVDs then don’t bother with this set unless you’re upgrading to blu-ray. The disks here are literally the same exact disks found in the old trilogy set. They didn’t even change the disk art in attempt to hide this as the bonus disk says “25th Anniversary” right on it despite the box art saying 30th…

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