Haiku Review: Back to the Future(s)

The greatest trilogy, or my favorite at least, should be watched by all.  A wonderful bit of symmetry and storytelling these are cinematically, culturally and historically relevant.  Though with the Cubs winning it all, they rest firmly in fiction.  Here it is, the Back to the Future trilogy in 51 syllables.

 

Cool, cool, cool poster(s) from Phantom City Creative.

Cool, cool, cool poster(s) from Phantom City Creative.

Part One

Things get heavy when

(what’s Doc a doc of? Science?)

we hit 88

 

Part Two

This feels familiar

A Space-Time gambling Biff rift

Roads? Don’t need ‘em

 

Part Three

Odd thing, time travel.

past, future and present fit

just need Gigawatts

 

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About Author: Will McMahon

Will has eclectic movie, television and music tastes. He likes Batman, horror movies and Mark Ruffalo. Has seen every episode of 'The O.C.' at least twice, so take him with a large grain of salt. Accomplished beard grower. Bad movie enthusiast. Lyrical genius. Some have said he is a real-life version of Nick Miller from 'New Girl.' No word on whether or not this is a compliment.

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