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1.21 Gigawatts - Back to the Future (6/10) Movie CLIP (1985) HD

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Back to the Future movie clips: http://j.mp/1BcYInh BUY THE MOVIE: http://amzn.to/veXQMg Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: With Marty's (Michael J. Fox) future knowledge of a storm, he and Doc (Christopher Lloyd) concoct a plan to harness 1.21 gigawatts for the DeLorean. FILM DESCRIPTION: Contemporary high schooler Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) doesn't have the most pleasant of lives. Browbeaten by his principal at school, Marty must also endure the acrimonious relationship between his nerdy father (Crispin Glover) and his lovely mother (Lea Thompson), who in turn suffer the bullying of middle-aged jerk Biff (Thomas F. Wilson), Marty's dad's supervisor. The one balm in Marty's life is his friendship with eccentric scientist Doc (Christopher Lloyd), who at present is working on a time machine. Accidentally zapped back into the 1950s, Marty inadvertently interferes with the budding romance of his now-teenaged parents. Our hero must now reunite his parents-to-be, lest he cease to exist in the 1980s. It won't be easy, especially with the loutish Biff, now also a teenager, complicating matters. Beyond its dazzling special effects, the best element of Back to the Future is the performance of Michael J. Fox, who finds himself in the quagmire of surviving the white-bread 1950s with a hip 1980s mindset. Back to the Future cemented the box-office bankability of both Fox and the film's director, Robert Zemeckis, who went on to helm two equally exhilarating sequels. CREDITS: TM & © Universal (1985) Cast: Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd Director: Robert Zemeckis Producers: Neil Canton, Bob Gale, Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, Steven Spielberg Screenwriters: Robert Zemeckis, Bob Gale WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: http://bit.ly/1u2yaWd ComingSoon: http://bit.ly/1DVpgtR Indie & Film Festivals: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Hero Central: http://bit.ly/1AMUZwv Extras: http://bit.ly/1u431fr Classic Trailers: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Pop-Up Trailers: http://bit.ly/1z7EtZR Movie News: http://bit.ly/1C3Ncd2 Movie Games: http://bit.ly/1ygDV13 Fandango: http://bit.ly/1Bl79ye Fandango FrontRunners: http://bit.ly/1CggQfC HIT US UP: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1y8M8ax Twitter: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Pinterest: http://bit.ly/14wL9De Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1vUwhH7
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K-R J (1 day ago)
1:34 I also had a life in 1985, but now I am stuck in 2019.
Kipayami (1 day ago)
I see where rick gets his fourth wall breaks from
tyler. (2 days ago)
this is where the start of cavetown‘ song called sliipping lately
Underrated Inventions (3 days ago)
I always thought Jim from taxi was a genius 🤔
Jamal Baker (4 days ago)
It's a good movie but where are the transgenders? It needs to be remade.
MysticJhn (6 days ago)
Doc: "Is she pretty?" Marty: "Doc, she's beautiful." Yup, so beautiful that we replace her immediately after returning to 1985.
Hulk in endgame: *_ThAts NoT hOw TiMe tRaVeL WoRKs_*
Im still hunting Plutonium in every corner drugstore and Now is 2019 i found nothing
BDNeon (10 days ago)
Well honestly even without the clocktower ex machina it's entirely possible to catch lightning, you just have to have a rod on the tallest point in the area when a storm rolls around, which even before doppler radar was at least somewhat predictable at least a day or two in advance. You wouldn't be able to know EXACTLY when during a storm it would strike, but if the clocktower thing failed I would have just set up a rod on a tower in some distant field, kept an ear on the radio weather forecasts, head out and have an overhead wire set up on a moderate stretch of road and just keep doing 88mph passes when lightning storms are happening and cross my fingers lol.
Daniel Murray (15 days ago)
Watching from 2025. Plutonium is available in the corner store.
MrDisneyfan101 (15 days ago)
Help me Dr. Emmet Brown your my only hope.
REALITY- TUBE (17 days ago)
We still love Back to the future in 2019?
Dan Cooper (18 days ago)
There is a supply of plutonium in Hanford Washington in 1955, go get it.
noisywan (18 days ago)
I like it how he runs around randomly while thinking about how great and impossible 1.21 gw is. I remember once I left my cellphone in the refrigerator when I left for a kitchen run in the middle of a discussion.
Robert De Palma (19 days ago)
The only power source is THORS BOLT OF LIGHTNING........
Monkey Muscle (19 days ago)
Lying capital one
Mackenzie Wachter (21 days ago)
Imagine if Hacker said 1.21 gigawatts in an upcoming Cyberchase episode.
NutLover360 (22 days ago)
spidey central (23 days ago)
Imnotyt (26 days ago)
0:43 *Bbbrrra just saiy??”
Zech Merquise (29 days ago)
Epic scene!!!
antoinec822 (1 month ago)
Ad lib @2:43
Unclecomrade420 (1 month ago)
Doc honestly seems more like a Tesla kinda guy
Joshua Twyman (1 month ago)
I wouldn’t mind being stuck in the 1950s
mrpurple11 (1 month ago)
Look at the background in Doc's living room. There is a paint with a cowboy scene
ShadrachASMR (1 month ago)
One thing I've noticed is Marty does not take back Doc's camera to 1985. Which goes to show how Doc obtained it.
Cat Metal (1 month ago)
I always found it king of cringy that he asked "is she pretty?"  Why does that matter?  If Marty said she was average, would he have been like "oh.  Well so much for the gigawatts then go get a job in 1955."
Mike Weber (1 month ago)
What the hell is a gigawatt?
Aaron Waldorf (1 month ago)
Shoulda been a portrait of Tesla, not that hack Edison...
Diego Borja (1 month ago)
What if Doc was an ex scientist teacher at Hill Valley high school but was fired because of how bad he was at experiments and how they often failed, that’s why Strickland calls him a nutcase even though Marty hangs out with him because of how ‘likeable’ Doc was because of how supportive Marty was to Doc’s experiments, and that also explains why Marty is so supportive to doc back in 1955 where he was stuck and couldn’t get back without Doc’s help. So because he failed his experiments EVEN in high school that he decided to commit suicide with the Delorean as his last experiment
Heatwave619 (1 month ago)
1:14 He should’ve had a photo of Nicolas Tesla instead, since he was the brain for the electricity stuff.
ikagura (1 month ago)
Well in the 50's Nikola wasn't really known
Lucas Mackey (1 month ago)
What the hell is a gigawatt!?
Euskalbikoizketak (1 month ago)
And 30 years later...the portable television studios...are of the size of the palm of a hand.
Mythic Xplrs ツ (1 month ago)
1:47 Fortnite clock tower save it from something
Maxwell Hohensee (1 month ago)
I still don’t know why Christopher Lloyd mispronounced gigawatt.
Steve Smith (1 month ago)
Well the answer is simple, the script told him too and since none of the writers were engineers or scientists they based it off a bad pronunciation.... All that being said, I think the j sound version is actually an accepted pronunciation, by Webster anyway lol
U Tubred (1 month ago)
rolllllllllllll credits!
Ethan Ventresca (1 month ago)
I feel that doc would be talking to a photo of Tesla not Edison...
Mimi (1 month ago)
Who else was expecting that Cavetown beat to come in
Re-Think (1 month ago)
2:41 Notice how he breaks the 4th wall by pointing at us when he says “We are sending you back to the future !”
Luis Alvarez (2 months ago)
1:21 I'm sure that in 1985 plutonium is available in every corner drug store but in 1955 it's a little to come by. Surprisingly we're now in 2019 and so far plutonium is still not available in every corner drug and I bet by the time we reach either 2025 or 2030 plutonium is still not going to be available in every corner drug store
Dan Maler (2 months ago)
0:53 This is clearly where Kramer from Seinfeld got his character from.
JerryBlue Cast! (2 months ago)
“Wait! What the hell is a gigawatt?!”
László Kiss (2 months ago)
Doc: Tom, how am i gonna generate that kind of power? Tom: I dunno, maybe steal it from somewhere? Doc: ... *30 years later* Marty: Doc, you don't just walk into a store and buy Plutonium.
PureMadness (2 months ago)
spacedogs (2 months ago)
0:57 is the funniest movie scene ever !
smile growth (2 months ago)
0:12 The point is that there is not that much different between the 1955 and 1985 Doc at all!!
5ilver42 (2 months ago)
*roll credits*
yea, Gigawatts crap ton of power.
Gil Ps (2 months ago)
On wich sotre can i buy plutonium?
William Allen (2 months ago)
Look what she wrote doc *shows him a blank side of paper*
Saber SMAW (2 months ago)
Did anyone else notice at :034 in the black wire falls off the camcorder?
Noah Stone (2 months ago)
10:04 and how many seconds? What if he hit it at 10:04:25 and the lightning hit at 10:04:59???
Jason Brody (3 months ago)
This is basically the old Rick and Morty
kalel 311 (3 months ago)
One of my favorite trilogies ever
matthew Arendt (3 months ago)
Here's the point where I would reshoot the scene (1:59). Marty should say to Doc "How about we build a Tesla coil or a VanDeGraff generator, or a hybrid Tesla coil/Van Degraff generator, and store the charge in a bunch of industrial capacitors??? And then dump the charge all at once, into the flux-capacitor??? Then Doc says this just might work, yes this is it!!! Then they build the hybrid Tesla coil/VanDeGraff generator.
oldtwins na (2 months ago)
Better yet, if made today just have them say, "Hell with it. Let's just drive the new Tesla instead"
ryan 1981 (3 months ago)
Doc was wrong about the plutonium. You could not buy it in a drug store or anywhere in 1985 or now.
oldtwins na (2 months ago)
Nuclear power was a growing thing back then though, they even thought nuclear powered cars was a possibility one day. It wasn't until much later where nuclear power became trolled upon by the environmentalists.
Joe Masters (3 months ago)
I wish CVS sold plutonium
Joe Masters (3 months ago)
1.21 gigabytes!!! That's the space I needed to free up before I could update my stupid IOS
braddockakalatis2 (3 months ago)
Too bad Satoshi Nakamoto didn't call himself Dr. Emmett L. Brown.
jho (3 months ago)
please don't remake this movie with women
Phyarth (3 months ago)
The Great GIG In The Sky :)
CNN (3 months ago)
In 1993 I bough my first gigabyte hard drive for my computer and it was 799.00 and believe me with 32 byts of RAM and a 24k baud rate modem, I had a powerhouse computer.
Shivam Shekhar (3 months ago)
It's one point- two- one not twenty one... Gosh I sound like hermoine
isuru (3 months ago)
wait so did emmett brown look at a blank piece of paper “look at what she wrote here” *no th i ng*
Donnie Gonzalez (3 months ago)
Good franchise
gcHK47 (3 months ago)
His pictures are Sir Issac Newton, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Edison. I don’t know who it is on the right. Can anybody inform me?
Marta Nanni (3 months ago)
how did they know the exact second in which the lighting would have hit the clock tower? they mention 22.04 but not the exact second
SJR Jaouen (3 months ago)
Ah ah ! People who translated this in French in the 80's didn't know the prefix "giga". Our French version is "gigowatts". It's so funny to hear it nowadays!
Eli Tux (3 months ago)
All we need is a bolt of lightning.
Merry Christmas (3 months ago)
Only movie I watch whenever on tv
Merry Christmas (3 months ago)
1.21 Gigawatts!!
xx moon in a cave xx (4 months ago)
OH IVE BEEN SLIPPING LATELYYYYY If you don’t listen to Cavetown... you won’t get it
Siena Rossi (2 months ago)
+xx moon in a cave xx Sure, I'll check it out!!
xx moon in a cave xx (2 months ago)
Siena Rossi hey btw I made a cavetown edit on my channel.. if you would check it out that would be awesome👌🏼
Siena Rossi (2 months ago)
xx moon in a cave xx ahahahaha ikr 😂 but it’s awesome!
xx moon in a cave xx (2 months ago)
Siena Rossi wait.. we are singing the wrong song🤣
Siena Rossi (2 months ago)
Jason B (4 months ago)
LOVE!!!!!!!!! BETA MAX!?
Jason B (4 months ago)
farts %
Jessica Morgan (4 months ago)
1985 Doc Brown: This sucker's electrical, but I need a nuclear reaction to generate the 1.21 gigwatts of.. 1955 Doc Brown: 1.21 GIGAWATTS??!! 1.21 gigawatts?! GREAT SCOTT!! Marty: What the hell is a gigawatt?
Thomas RockBottom45 (4 months ago)
This is so brilliantly well done. The setting, the acting, the great 80s instrumental music. And I love how is turning to the camera while saying "...we are sending you back to the future" :D
Pedro Bakale (4 months ago)
"Look at me! I m an old man!" Lmao
Mr Blobby 456 (4 months ago)
The Doc has a nice garage
Jason Jones (4 months ago)
Can anyone tell me how Marty was able to set up a his cam corder from 1985 to Doc's television set in 1955.?
Jason Jones (2 months ago)
+oldtwins na Ah ok, i was just wondering if it was really possible for a 1985 device could be hooked up to a 1955 TV - now i see, thanks..
oldtwins na (2 months ago)
Those had an RF out port, which meant it basically broadcasted an analog RF signal through the wires, and this could be attached to any TV of the time as it essentially was just an analog input feed from an antenna - the TV wouldn't be able to tell the difference. Television standards changed very very little until the advent of mass digital broadcasting which is fairly recent.
"1.21 gigawatts?! Great scott!"
XMAN (4 months ago)
*1 point 21 GIGAWATTS!!!*
kalbininkas (4 months ago)
So, no one is bothered by the fact that they would have to know the exact time the lightning strikes within at least one tenth of a second in order to be able to use all that power?
Ali 62 (4 months ago)
This is it.....😁😁😁😁😁
everyone (4 months ago)
justsomeguy (4 months ago)
He says Jigawatts not Gigawatts.
Joshua Avery (4 months ago)
Great Scott!! Lol
BYERE (5 months ago)
"Look what she wrote here." *shows Doc the back of the flyer* When Doc Brown looks at the front of the flyer, nothing's written on the back...
BYERE (5 months ago)
Add to that... When he's sitting, the flyer is carefully folded. In the next shot, when he stands up, it's all crumpled up as if turned into a ball first.
Equinox (5 months ago)
1.21*10^9 W
Douglas Foley (5 months ago)
You know what he could’ve done.....he could’ve at this point? not interfered with anything and just stayed at the docs place since the doc knows about the situation. But then there would’ve been 2 time machines and 2 Marty’s 30 years later. Lolz
Deception Thundercracker (5 months ago)
I got a girl??? I didn't know girls in 1985 went for short Canadian guys who look like Martin Short who just hit puberty. Seriously, that can't be me
Jennifer Randolph (5 months ago)
"You're my only hope" lol doc is Obi-Wan
Noah Fike (5 months ago)
raCECar (5 months ago)
What the hell is a Jigger watt?
betoen (6 months ago)
KB Bebop (6 months ago)
Even funnier is how he's pronouncing gigawatts - I say "GIG-a-watts," he says "JIG-a-watts".
QuantumBraced (6 months ago)
1.21 Gigawatts over what period of time? 1 second? That's about 300 kilowatt hours, which is actually not ALL that much. For reference, the Tesla Model S P100D has a 100 Kwh battery pack, so it would take 3 of those to power the flux capacitor, but you'll need to discharge it all in one second, which is insane. And it IS about the amount of energy in a lightning bolt, so I'm assuming that's what they mean, in 1 second. Otherwise if they mean 1.21 gigawatt hours, that would be 4.36 terawatts in 1 second, which is completely insane.
CHILL FROST (6 months ago)
swordsmanoftime3001 (6 months ago)
1:25 Sir Isaac Newton, Ben Franklin, Thomas Alba Edison and Albert Einstein.
al videos (6 months ago)
Theres your problem, he asks edison for help instead of tesla.
matthew Arendt (3 months ago)
Yes I agree, Tesla would have figured out how to convert the output of one of his coils to DC and store it in an industrial size capacitor, and then dump the charge into the flux-capacitor without damaging the ECM and other computer components of the car.
Dum Dum (6 months ago)
Whenever the teacher tells us to do something insane, I always scream 1.21 GIGAWATTS!!!!

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