Back to the Future fans are hitting 88 MPH in their excitement over this game-changing announcement

The DeLorean time machine on display in 2021
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You can tell the 1980s produced some great movies because so many of them are now being remade or rebooted.

But one 80’s franchise remains untouchable. 

And now Back to the Future fans are hitting 88 MPH in their excitement over this game-changing announcement.

“Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.”

In 1989’s Back to the Future II, many predictions were made about what the world would look like in October 2015. 

And while there are thankfully no flying cars to fall out of the sky onto you, nor can you rehydrate a Pizza Hut pizza at home in a matter of seconds, many of the movie’s predictions did eventually come to fruition. 

Wireless payment options, video phone calls, robot and AI-run restaurants, and many more elements of the sequel are now realities.

Even Marty’s iconic self-drying jacket is close to becoming a real thing – self-heating and self-cooling jackets are already available for the right price. 

But fans don’t love the Back to the Future movies for the predictions they got correct – they love them because of the quality of the films. 

There’s actually a documentary that explores whether Back to the Future is the “perfect movie.”

The film’s writer and director, Robert Zemeckis, put all the pieces together in just the right way, and magic was made. 

And now, you can watch all the magic play out in the comfort of your own home. 

“The appropriate question is: When the hell are we?”

Netflix just brought the entire trilogy to its giant streaming platform. 

The three Back to the Future movies arrived on Netflix on July 1. 

Now you can decide if you want to binge watch Marty McFly, Doc Brown, Lorraine Baine, Bigg Tanner and the rest of the gang or if you want to watch each flick one at a time, or pick and choose between the three. 

Despite the name, the original Back to the Future – released in 1985 – has no future time travel. 

Michael J. Fox’s Marty character gets trapped in the past and needs the help of a younger version of Christopher Lloyd’s Doc Brown character to get back to the present. 

It’s not until the sequel that Marty and the mad scientist visit the future. 

But their trip changes the present, causing the duo to have to undo the damage they’ve done. 

Much like with The Godfather collection, the third film of the Back to the Future trilogy is considered by far the weakest of the three movies. 

In the finale of the series, Marty goes all the way back to the wild west in an attempt to save Doc Brown, all while an unexpected love story plays out. 

And now that it’s July, fans can watch the entire saga playout on Netflix. 

“Why don’t you make like a tree and get outta here?”

While the movies are great, there are political factors to consider. 

The cast of Back to the Future have made their political preferences well known. 

Despite playing the young conservative Alex P. Keaton on Families Ties, Michael J. Fox has advocated against many Republican candidates, as well as Rush Limbaugh in the past. 

And in 2020, Fox endorsed then-Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and current Biden Transportation Secretary, Pete Buttigieg, for President.

Meanwhile, Christopher Lloyd has a bad case of Trump Derangement Syndrome. 

In a 2016 interview with The Guardian, Lloyd compared former President Donald Trump to Biff Tanner. 

“Donald Trump’s a beast,” Lloyd added. “He needs to be put in a cage.” 

Viewers have to make the choice whether to watch content that supports Hollywood elitists who work to advance the woke agenda, or if they’d rather vote with their wallets. 

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.