Check This Out: Alternate Ending to Back to the Future

February 25, 2009

Back to the Future

Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads. We all know that unforgettable ending to Back to the Future, but what if there was an alternate version? Better yet, what if they took that concept one step further? Thanks to YouTube user TheHappyEntertainer, we get to see a never-before-seen alternate ending to Back to the Future that has been shielded from the public since 1985. And it is pretty damn funny. I love throwing a few of these comical videos into the mix every so often, and this is a great week to feature one.

Video removed by the user. Sorry guys!

Thanks to our friends at Cinematical for first posting this. Back to the Future is one of my favorite movies (although I don't love it as much as Peter Sciretta of SlashFilm) and I'm always excited when I see it get mentioned in modern pop culture. Plus, this truly is one of the greatest endings of all-time, so to see it made fun of it in this way is great. Thanks for the laughs YouTube user TheHappyEntertainer, I needed that!

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  • Oh my god, that is AMAZING
  • Tom Dearsley
    Saw this back on last week.. still cant get enough 😀 Whoa.. thats heavy.
  • Jamie
    Oh my god, that was crap.
  • Patrick Bateman
    The world just opens up and swallows them.
  • Matt Suhu
    uh...that was dumb.
  • lol - Now THAT'S a cup of a coffee! hahahaha lol
  • Michael
    Seriously, if you watch it a few times and see the expression on their faces before they collide...its freakin legendary. I laughed so hard I think I sharded.
  • dom
    hmm is the week really that slow?
  • Nick
    Okay that was funny as hell, but wtf kind of randomness was that?
  • that was great
  • bourneidentity
    That was funny and unexpected. Loved it.
  • Stevo
    I was expecting more. kinda lame.
  • Jaf
    Oh man the nostalgia. . .that was funny Good thing they survived for III
  • Kail
    Veryyyyy slow news week Also: I love how the aspect ratio suddenly jumps from 2.35:1 to 1.85:1, but wait, wasn't BTTF made in 1.85:1? This would've been better if the maker kept the aspect ratios consistant.
  • Richard
    I thought it was gonna be really funny, then it was that.
  • Betterchill
  • Chris
    lame. sorry....
  • Josh
    thats awesome
  • ladoo381
    loved it - had not heard about it - did not know what to expect.
  • Jon
    That was pretty awful. Not sure how anyone finds it funny..
  • dave13
    not what i expected. that was very funny. i'm sure lovers of both series will enjoy that more than others.
  • thejugfather
    weak....that wasn't even remotely funny
  • YK
    Not even remotely.
  • wassssssuuuuuupppppppp
    Wow that sucked to the nth degree...
  • Not laugh out loud funny but it gave me some chuckles.
  • Conrad
    To hell with all the posts that didn't like this. I thought that was hilarious!! Totally unexpected, I loved it. Thanks big time!
  • As a huge BTTF fan, I was laughing so hard at that. I did not know what to expect.
  • ROFL That was awesome. Normally, because of having to switch back and forth to mix dialog, these cross-overs come off as cheesy. (mmmm cheese) This one had a quick swap over and didn't have to switch back.
  • werdnafaz
  • ?????
    lol that was funny
  • Edward
  • Thanks to everyone that liked the video! But man, there are a lot of haters on this site versus all the others where my video was posted. As for the jumping aspect ratio comment, you're absolutely right, it does jump around. Unfortunately I'm only working on mid-range software right now that doesn't like to work well with correcting that. I'm going to be investing in some Adobe software packages in a couple of months that I expect to be able to account for aspect ratio problems I've had in the past.




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