'Back to the Future' Got More Than Time Travel Wrong
It turns out that a plutonium-powered sports car is the least of Back to the Future's logical stretches.
Cinema Sins has rounded up every misstep and continuity error found in the time traveling classic, and came to the important conclusion that it's a great film despite its sins.
With 55 mistakes, the film still managed to teach a generation lessons like the importance of standing up for yourself and the ease of car surfing. And when you focus on that, you forget the fact that in the world of film, you can stand in a line of flames unharmed.