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Different outlets noted this week that 25 years ago, the first of three Back to the Future movies came out, making Michael J. Fox a big-time box-office star. The media interest coincides with the release of special "25th anniversary editions" of the movie, which actually opened in July. The first of the wacky time-travel trilogy was the best, offering some interesting contrasts as 1985 teen Marty McFly dealt with the world of his parents' teenage years, 1955. Christopher Lloyd has played approximately one million different character roles, but will probably always be best known as Doc Brown, the scientist whose flux capacitor enabled these hijinks.
And what does our sophisticated, enlightened modern age give us the week we celebrate this anniversary? Saw 3D.