- "Everyone knows hoverboards don't work over water."--OK, I can accept this because the water interferes with the magnetic repulsion that theoretically makes hoverboards work, but if that were the case, wouldn't the hoverboard just stop hovering and fall into the water rather than just freezing?
- It's repeatedly shown that the time machine has three displays--current date, destination date, and date last visited. After 2015-Biff travels to 1955, how do neither Marty nor Doc notice that the "date last visited" display no longer shows 1985, but rather 1955, particularly given that they have to reset the time circuits to travel back to 1985? Wouldn't this not only tell them that someone had time traveled, but given them the exact date and time he went to/came from, thus obviating the need to go to creepy alternate 1985 at all?
Monday, July 8, 2013
GREAT SCOTT, I AM OVERANALYZING: While stuck at the Pittsburgh airport yesterday, I wound up re-watching Back to the Future II on my iPad--two questions:
Posted by Matt at 3:05 PM