From The Dissolve: In Back To The Future, time can be bent, but never broken
I remember where I was the first time I saw Back To The Future: at a mall in suburban Ohio, my best friend and I doing our best Doc Brown impressions on the way back to the car of whichever parent drove us that day. In 1955, it was a patch of undeveloped land. In 1985, it was the busy retail heart of all the surrounding communities. Now it’s demolished, turned into a weed-filled vacant lot by a declining economy. But I remember it so well I can close my eyes and travel back there any time I like via the only kind of time travel any of us will ever really get to experience.
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