Win a Blu-ray copy of Back to the Future: The Ultimate Trilogy

12 Responses

  1. Howard B says:

    I am strongly against time travel and I would hope after seeing these movies you would be too. Especially because of the stress of trying to maintain the timeline. So if I have to pick I would go to the future, forward to the future and then back.

  2. Barbara F says:

    I would like to go into the future. I would like to live in an era where all science is cured and all information is at your fingertips. I would like to find out all of the stuff we do not know yet. I would not like to go in to the past without anything to do during the day like computers.

  3. Clay Brice says:

    I would want to visit the past, specifically the 90’s because growing up as a kid, i had such an amazing childhood and i would just love to relive all my classic moments from that decade. I have talked about wanting to relive my childhood for such a long time because there are some moments that have stood out to me that i would want to relive again.

  4. Allan says:

    I’d want to go to the future, to see how things turn out and what becomes of my life.

  5. Robert Hughes says:

    I would definitely like to visit the past! November 5, 1955 would be a perfect place to start! Just like Marty, I’d be able to experience the time period that my parents and other family members grew up. In addition to experiencing a technology free, and more peaceful and happy time. That would be heavy!!

  6. Yusuf says:

    I’d like to stalk the genius of Oscar Wilde and return to the past where such brilliance as his mind was fostered!

  7. Breanne says:

    I would like to travel back to the Mesozoic era to see dinosaurs.

  8. Lundon Bond says:

    I would go back to 1985 to see Queen play at Live Aid in Wembley, London.

  9. Christal M says:

    I want to visit the 90s again, such good memories from those days.

  10. David Hollingsworth says:

    I would to travel back to the 1970’s to witness the birth of the feminist movement, because that was such an important time for women; how they fought to make their voices heard.

  11. Charles says:

    I would want to go to the past and most specifically to the not so distant past in the late 80’s and the 90’s where I could correct past mistakes I’ve made in real life so that my current life would be less stressful and enjoyable. I know you’re not supposed to upset the balance of time, but I would take that risk. If you had an evil ex-wife like mine, you would too!

  12. Andrew says:

    Traveling way too far into the past or future sounds terrifying. For me, something just enough away but still familiar would be ideal. So, I’m firing up my DeLorean and going to channel my inner Kevin Arnold from the Wonder Years and head to the summer of 1969…

    – Getting to see the moon landing. We’ve gotten to see so many examples of bad history on our screens, imagine getting to see that live? I’m always envious of my parents and all the people who got to experience that.

    – Woodstock… Now, just weeks after seeing one of mankind’s greatest accomplishments, you get to attend the most famous music festival of all time?

    – Stopping the Manson family… hey, if you can go back to enjoy the spoils of the time, why not do some good too? Taking out crazy ‘ol Charlie and his followers out would be a great public service.

    Also, add in the fashion, music, style, world events, and the actual New York Freakin’ Mets being actually good? That sounds like a heck of a thing to be able to relive. Plus, I could beat Bryan Adams to the punch and write “Summer of ’69” first.