Back to the Future is probably one of the best movie franchises of all time. The three films center around a teenager named Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox), whose friend and scientist, Dr. Emmett L. "Doc" Brown (Christopher Lloyd) invents a time machine. And the films basically revolve around the adventures that come out of that.
And it's no secret that on October 21, 2015, the films will be more well-known than ever before because in Back to the Future Part II, Marty and Doc travel to the exact date, October 21, 2015. Problem is, in that movie, on October 21, we have hoverboards, flying cars, a movie named Jaws 19, directed by Michael Spielberg, binoculars the size of credit cards, jackets that adjust themselves for fit and dry themselves, cookie-sized pizza that could be rehydrated to a full size pizza in two seconds, TVs that could play multiple shows at once, power-lacing shoes, and I could go on forever.
But right now, here's a theory that says that the first and third movies mirror each other and the second mirrors itself. Now, I can't say everything right now because the theory is way too long and detailed. But the link is here.
Great scott, that theory is heavy.
It was created by Robert Lockard, and I think it's brilliant. Check it out.