When I was a kid, like anyone selse, I loved all the basic stuff. You know, Bruce Lee, Clint Eastwood, James Bond, Star Wars, Indiana Jones,... However, somehow, I never really felt much connection with this flick though. I mean, I thought it was pretty neat, that's for sure, but I never thought it was really so mind-blowing and, I guess, it probably had to do with the story. Basically, you have this kid who finds a time-travelling super car and, instead of discovering the future and some fantastic world, he actually goes back to the 50's in the USA. I don't know, maybe it was pretty neat for all the American kids watching this flick, but I didn't care much about the time period they picked up. Sure, it was decent enough but when I think about time-travelling, my first thought wouldn't be 'Wow, I would really love to go 30 years back in time and see my parents when they were my age'. Still, I have to admit it, it remains a really fun movie, Marty McFly and Doc Brown were both incredibly entertaining and the DeLorean must be the coolest time-machine ever created. To conclude, even though I'm not a huge fan, it remains a classic and a must-see for any decent movie buff.