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Back to the Fury Road

 |  |  |  April 24, 2018


All Hollywood seems to know how to do these days is make remakes, reboots, rehashes, and retreads. One of the movies that they haven’t touched yet is Back to the Future, and they must never be allowed to soil this classic franchise. BUT if they do, there is only one way I will accept it. If they have Marty hitting 88 mph and landing right in the middle of the desert, in a Mad Max car chase. Anything else is just BS.

This ten-second mashup is all the storyboard you Hollywood cretins need, so either leave BTTF alone or make this happen. In this clip from SirSoliloquy, Marty McFly from Back To The Future III accidentally time-travels into a scene from Mad Max: Fury Road. And you know that Marty would rule in this world because his car only needs trash for fuel. He’ll have a whole world of trash. And I’m not just talking about the bad guys.

Then we could have some sequels where Marty has a dingo, and another where Marty has to fight in Thunderdome. Eventually, Marty would meet Rick and Morty. Get on this Hollywood, I’ve just handed you the keys to the kingdom. I’m here waiting patiently.

[via Laughing Squid]



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