Marty McFly è un ragazzo come tanti: vive in una cittadina di provincia, frequenta svogliatamente la scuola, ama il rock degli anni Ottanta e ha un paio di genitori, anche se non della miglior specie. Se non ci fossero Jennifer, la bella e spigliata compagna di scuola, e soprattutto “Doc” Brown, un eccentrico uomo di scienza, per Marty la vita sarebbe sciatta e monotona, qualcosa da cui fuggire. E in effetti ne fuggirà, ma “all’indietro”, grazie a un ardito esperimento dell’amico scienziato e a una ruggente DeLorean a propulsione nucleare adattata a “macchina del tempo”. Marty si ritrova così catapultato nel 1955, prima della sua nascita, nella sua cittadina com’era una volta. E “ritornare al futuro” non sarà così semplice.
- ISBN: 8893675668
- Casa Editrice: Magazzini Salani
- Pagine: 272
At some point I'm going to reread this book. I originally read this book back in high school. In high school I was not what you'd call a voracious reader. In fact, I was quite the opposite. Of course I was assigned the usual literary lineup of classics, Little Woman, The Scarlet Letter, Lord of the
The writing in this novelization is so bad it actually enters into "so bad it's funny" territory. The choices made by author George Gipe are insane, from the opening where a family dies in a nuclear blast, to scenes that make Marty racist (see his reaction to hearing that Libyans are coming), homoph Leggi tutto
Same story as the one you've loved for 35 years, minus any of its comic pacing or narrative energy. How did George Gipe manage to render one of the most exciting stories ever told so lifeless and dull? Whereas most movie novelizations transcribe the scenes and dialogue verbatim, with little artistic Leggi tutto
It's been years since I read this. The first time was just after the movie (and the book!) came out and I've read it a couple of times since. This was my favourite movie and reading the novelisation was like a "spot the differences" picture, although the book pointed out a couple of things I'd misse Leggi tutto
Wow, this was pretty bad. Very different from the movie. The character's personalities were very strange and off-putting. Doc was much more "normal" and less eccentric and slightly off of reality the way Christopher Lloyd played him. Movie Doc was a real character and not your average run-of-the-mil Leggi tutto
Considering that this is one of my favourite movies and a good movie novelisation has been a staple of my book collection over the last 27 years of reading, it's pretty strange how I've never read this before. It wasn't until a good friend bought me the trilogy of BTTF novelisations for my 31st birt Leggi tutto
Un romanzo che praticamente è un omaggio al film. Sembra la sua sceneggiatura e non sono bene informato, ma probabilmente è la sua trasposizione dovuta all'enorme successo che ha riscosso questo primo titolo di una trilogia del cinema ormai universalmente nota. La trama credo che sia universalmente n Leggi tutto
Oh.my.GOD! This book was so AWESOME! =D Seriously guys, this book might be old but its million times better than the new books which are publishing today. I remember watching Back to the future movies and I used to adore them. Michael J.Fox was absolutely amazing. And as soon as I saw this book in my Leggi tutto
I feel like what I should say about this movie script is simply what Lorraine says about Marty Mcfly when Biff is chasing him with his "guards" and he's riding a skateboard vehemently, "He is a dream." Well,this screenplay was so good and original it almost reminded me of one of those dreams you rem Leggi tutto
Pretty horrible, really. But it was fun to notice all the differences. My absolute favorite line of the book was on page 199. "What if I get back to the future and end up being gay?" F'real.
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