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List by sturmelle15 posted over a year ago
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If Marty McFly were genderbent, his genderbent name would be Mary McFly
If Doc Brown were genderbent, his genderbent name would be Doc Emma Brown
If Biff Tannen were genderbent, his genderbent name would be Bianca Tannen
That's all i got. I can't think of any others. I can't think of any other gender bent names for the other characters. It's so tough trying to come up with genderbent names that sound similar to their actual names. If you guys could come up with some genderbent names for the ones i forgot, that'd be great ;).
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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INT- Biff Tannin’s house
Biff is having a party with a couple of friends. Throughout the people which have been invited, we also notice David, Chris, Spielberg, Marty, Doc and other people who worked in producing Back to the Future or Whatever.
Doc:
Oh my, I’m very glad that the movie was made. Can we watch it?
Biff:
Oh no, don’t get this started here. We made 3 damn movies. That’s all. To me, the last one doesn’t exist as I didn’t get a part in it.
David:
Oh come on, Biff. You did not even want Back to the Future 4 to happen. Why the nerves?
Doc sits on a couch.
Biff:
Because, any good movie has to involve me, you know what I mean? If I’m not there, it doesn’t exist.
Chris stands up and joins the conversation.
Chris:
Oh, so it comes from your psychological point of view, doesn’t it?
Biff:
God damn it does.
David:
Aham…
Biff :
Do you remember my song?
Chris:
You’re talking about Stop Asking me the Question?
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Fan fiction by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Back to the Future Or Whatever
CHRIS is middle aged. He lost his job a few years ago. He’s
been working towards becoming a script writer, movie
producer, and director.
DAVID is from the city. He’s a business man, but wants to be
a movie script writer and director. He likes to joke and
enjoys laughing
STEPHEN SPIELBERG is a serious person.
DOC is a funny old guy who loves the past. He has his old
jokes. He asks many questions.
INT. OFFICE-DAY
CHRIS and DAVID are sitting at a round table together. They
have paper and are writing on the paper.
CHRIS
I think this line needs to be cut.
DAVID
But it’s a big lead.
CHRIS
What if reword the dialog to leave
the audience on the edge of their
seat?
DAVID
I think we need to do a little more
research on this.
CHRIS
Agreed.
INT. CHRIS’S HOME OFFICE-NIGHT
CHRIS is on his computer. He is online looking up ideas.
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Opinion by gorillacookies posted over a year ago
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So, the reason this is my only imagine for Back to the Future, is because I mainly only do it for The Outsiders, The Goonies, Stand by Me or The Breakfast Club. Thank you all for requesting and I hope this is what you wanted!

For: Deidra

"Stop breathing so loud!" You yelled to Marty, your boyfriend of 2 and a half years. You were almost 9 months pregnant with your first baby. You were both 17 and actually were both really excited for the baby. I mean, it wasn't planned but it was a pleasant surprise, even though it was hard.
"Sorry," he mutters, walking to you. You were in your pajamas on Marty's couch on a lazy Saturday afternoon. Nobody else was in the house.
"Baby, it hurts."
"I know, honey, but-"
"NO! NO YOU DON'T KNOW! YOU'VE NEVER BEEN PREGNANT!"
"Okay.." Marty answered and slowly backed away from your hormonal self.
"No," you started to cry, "Don't leave me."
"Fine." He walked back to you and you guys cuddled.
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Back to the Future Or Whatever
CHRIS is middle aged. He lost his job a few years ago. He’s
been working towards becoming a script writer, movie
producer, and director.
DAVID is from the city. He’s a business man, but wants to be
a movie script writer and director. He likes to joke and
enjoys laughing
STEPHEN SPIELBERG is a serious person.
DOC is a funny old guy who loves the past. He has his old
jokes. He asks many questions.
INT. OFFICE-DAY
CHRIS and DAVID are sitting at a round table together. They
have paper and are writing on the paper.
CHRIS
I think this line needs to be cut.
DAVID
But it’s a big lead.
CHRIS
What if reword the dialog to leave
the audience on the edge of their
seat?
DAVID
I think we need to do a little more
research on this.
CHRIS
Agreed.
INT. CHRIS’S HOME OFFICE-NIGHT
CHRIS is on his computer. He is online looking up ideas.
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Back to the Future Or Whatever
CHRIS is middle aged. He lost his job a few years ago. He’s
been working towards becoming a script writer, movie
producer, and director.
DAVID is from the city. He’s a business man, but wants to be
a movie script writer and director. He likes to joke and
enjoys laughing
STEPHEN SPIELBERG is a serious person.
DOC is a funny old guy who loves the past. He has his old
jokes. He asks many questions.
INT. OFFICE-DAY
CHRIS and DAVID are sitting at a round table together. They
have paper and are writing on the paper.
CHRIS
I think this line needs to be cut.
DAVID
But it’s a big lead.
CHRIS
What if reword the dialog to leave
the audience on the edge of their
seat?
DAVID
I think we need to do a little more
research on this.
CHRIS
Agreed.
INT. CHRIS’S HOME OFFICE-NIGHT
CHRIS is on his computer. He is online looking up ideas.
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Back to the Future Or Whatever
CHRIS is middle aged. He lost his job a few years ago. He’s
been working towards becoming a script writer, movie
producer, and director.
DAVID is from the city. He’s a business man, but wants to be
a movie script writer and director. He likes to joke and
enjoys laughing
STEPHEN SPIELBERG is a serious person.
DOC is a funny old guy who loves the past. He has his old
jokes. He asks many questions.
INT. OFFICE-DAY
CHRIS and DAVID are sitting at a round table together. They
have paper and are writing on the paper.
CHRIS
I think this line needs to be cut.
DAVID
But it’s a big lead.
CHRIS
What if reword the dialog to leave
the audience on the edge of their
seat?
DAVID
I think we need to do a little more
research on this.
CHRIS
Agreed.
INT. CHRIS’S HOME OFFICE-NIGHT
CHRIS is on his computer. He is online looking up ideas.
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Fan fiction by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Back to the future 4 has a creative commons licence.............
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Chris:
Chris is a mad in his middle ages who has lost his job a few years back, but since then he has decided to pursue his dreams and become a professional script writer, but also movie producer and director. After writing quite a number of outlines, he only had one accepted by the bigger studios which did grant him a sum of money, but as quite some time passes since that has happened, Chris now has to look for the next big idea. This represents the reason why he sometimes spends quit e a lot of time on the computer, researching and trying to find out what studios are looking to produce next.
He is of a middle height and a bit chubby. Together with this, he is also quite a funny person who likes to make jokes and laugh a lot. This also made him a big fan of the Back to the Future series which he has watched countless times in his youth. Chris has just a funny way of life in general. He manages to keep himself happy and doesn’t seem to worry about the problems life throws at him from time to time. Regardless of this, Chris is low on money, based on the fact that he has nothing to earn from at the moment. He does have the support of a few other script writers who are...
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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After a period of working together and writing scripts, Chris and David are at home, browsing the internet for new ideas to base their scripts on. At around 2 o’clock in the night, Chris finds a person willing to sell a completed script for Back to the Future 4. He checks the plot and immediately calls David who is awoken by the telephone. After speaking about it for a few minutes, both seem very excited. The next day they meet over at Chris’s house where they purchase the project for $5. The person selling the script tells them that the script was turned down by the studios. After reading the script, they decide that it is great and would work great as a sequel for Back to the future.
This is when they do a bit of financial planning in order to ensure that they have enough funds to be able to afford filming the clip. They max out their credit cards and shoot some footage which seems unbelievably bad.
They do not realise this at first, so they approach Spielberg and MJ Fox with the footage, but they do not seem interested. This is when they decide to go and see Spielberg in person, but he thinks of them as bad guys and puts his French poodles and Rottweiler to...
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Galaxy OFF MY MEDS.........DOC IS ON HIS MEDS.

Animation of the big bang occurs. From a black sky without any lights, starts and objects, a huge explosion takes place in which matter is spread across the entire universe, creating planets, stars, and eventually life on Earth.
Many billions of years later.

INT House.

Doc is seen laying down on his favourite couch with a bag in his hand. He looks at it and has a funny face on.
He looks out on the windows and then back at the bag. In a moment, he tears the front of the pag and drops it in his cherry Slurpee. He gets up, walks to the kitchen and takes a spoon from there which he uses to mix the contents of the bag with his red drink.

Doc:
Ha-hah! They say drugs aren’t good, but when you get to feel like this after taking them?
Damn…


The bag actually contained some LSD which Doc got a while back from one of his trips. He saved it for a while, in order to use it when the time was right.
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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One thing which I really like about the script you sent me is the fact that new technology is used (ex: smartphones) , comparing to other movies which are made today, but just seem to stay in the past. I am mainly talking about remakes of movies which have been made before, or sequels. This was one of the first things which caught my attention.
I think that, if we introduce more of the new technology and evens words together with references which would make people laugh is a good idea. Take the smartphone for example. I do not really know if there are any copyright infringements on using modern sayings or mentioning apps, or games that people use today, or have used in the past, in order to create an infusion of the not too technical setting which made Back to the future famous in the first place.

Together with this, mentioning few things such as, the name of a game when Cameron plays a version of the basketball game on his phone. We could say something about the NBA, or make him get angry because the team he was playing for failed in a game.
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Fan fiction by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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What is your vehicle of choice for time travel? Imagine converting a DeLorean into a VW Combi van and using that to travel back in time? This is exactly what Marty Junior, Dave’s son has got in mind when he visits a wrecker’s yard and comes across Doc’s beloved DeLorean.
Teaching himself all about engineering from Doc’s Mechanical Engineering book he rewires and reconfigures the van’s engine to run on cherry slurries with added hair restoring shampoo. Now isn’t that better and safer than running a retro VW Combi van on nuclear power?
On the other hand Doc (who is from another dimension) is just like our modern day leaders, loving war more than peace just for the profit. He is pro Vietnam War and uses the hair restorer shampoo to grow back his hair. He is also a supporter of time travel because of the huge profit potential, goes on TV (now that all his hair has grown back) and attempts to uncover the secret every man is looking for, understanding women!
The result is a bestseller, THE OPPOSITE SEX in which he plays the hero and stud, marrying 12 Hollywood starlets in 1965. All this impacts history meaning nothing will ever happen as it did in the...
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Chris:
Chris is a mad in his middle ages who has lost his job a few years back, but since then he has decided to pursue his dreams and become a professional script writer, but also movie producer and director. After writing quite a number of outlines, he only had one accepted by the bigger studios which did grant him a sum of money, but as quite some time passes since that has happened, Chris now has to look for the next big idea. This represents the reason why he sometimes spends quit e a lot of time on the computer, researching and trying to find out what studios are looking to produce next.
He is of a middle height and a bit chubby. Together with this, he is also quite a funny person who likes to make jokes and laugh a lot. This also made him a big fan of the Back to the Future series which he has watched countless times in his youth. Chris has just a funny way of life in general. He manages to keep himself happy and doesn’t seem to worry about the problems life throws at him from time to time. Regardless of this, Chris is low on money, based on the fact that he has nothing to earn from at the moment. He does have the support of a few other script writers who are...
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Fan fiction by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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After a period of working together and writing scripts, Chris and David are at home, browsing the internet for new ideas to base their scripts on. At around 2 o’clock in the night, Chris finds a person willing to sell a completed script for Back to the Future 4. He checks the plot and immediately calls David who is awoken by the telephone. After speaking about it for a few minutes, both seem very excited. The next day they meet over at Chris’s house where they purchase the project for $5. The person selling the script tells them that the script was turned down by the studios. After reading the script, they decide that it is great and would work great as a sequel for Back to the future.
This is when they do a bit of financial planning in order to ensure that they have enough funds to be able to afford filming the clip. They max out their credit cards and shoot some footage which seems unbelievably bad.
They do not realise this at first, so they approach Spielberg and MJ Fox with the footage, but they do not seem interested. This is when they decide to go and see Spielberg in person, but he thinks of them as bad guys and puts his French poodles and Rottweiler to...
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Dan I have an idea for a sequal to back to the future 4.
Two young filmakers at film college buy a script for back to the future 4 on fivver for $5.
That the studios threw out.
And they max out their credit card and shoot some unbelievably bad footage............They aproach Speilberg and MJ FOX but they are not interested they actually go and see them in person.Speilberg sets his french poodles on them but he has a roteweiler as well out the back just when they think they are safe
So they decide they need more money to interest the studios so they take their credit card the one that is not maxed out thatthey just applied for with false ID.and the help from a company called credit repair which erases bad marks.
They win in Las Vegas and they make the film you see all kinds of scences ACT 1 ACT 2 AND ACT 3 from maxs script.
And The film ends up being a lemon most of it is left on the cutting room floor and the fans decide they don't want to see a back to the future movie without MJ FOX and he refuses to appear they get DOC but he is too old and forgets his lines.
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Back to the future 4 was written on fivver for $5.
As a PR stunt to advertise the play Long Weekend in Las Vegas...............
The joke is back to the future 4 is vegas or bust
Then we made a teaser trailer on fivver for $5Back to the future 4 was written on fivver for $5.
As a PR stunt to advertise the play Long Weekend in Las Vegas...............
The joke is back to the future 4 is vegas or bustBack to the future 4 was written on fivver for $5.
As a PR stunt to advertise the play Long Weekend in Las Vegas...............
The joke is back to the future 4 is vegas or bust
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Back to the future 4 was written on fivver for $5.
As a PR stunt to advertise the play Long Weekend in Las Vegas...............
The joke is back to the future 4 is vegas or bustBack to the future 4 was written on fivver for $5.
As a PR stunt to advertise the play Long Weekend in Las Vegas...............
The joke is back to the future 4 is vegas or bustBack to the future 4 was written on fivver for $5.
As a PR stunt to advertise the play Long Weekend in Las Vegas...............
The joke is back to the future 4 is vegas or bust
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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back to the future 4 is a publicity stunt..........
To promote a play Long Weekend in Las Vegas.
The joke is it is VEGAS OR BUST..

back to the future 4 is a publicity stunt..........
To promote a play Long Weekend in Las Vegas.
The joke is it is VEGAS OR BUST..back to the future 4 is a publicity stunt..........
To promote a play Long Weekend in Las Vegas.
The joke is it is VEGAS OR BUST..back to the future 4 is a publicity stunt..........
To promote a play Long Weekend in Las Vegas.
The joke is it is VEGAS OR BUST..back to the future 4 is a publicity stunt..........
To promote a play Long Weekend in Las Vegas.
The joke is it is VEGAS OR BUST..
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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To advertise our real purpose a play called LONG WEEKEND IN LAS VEGAS a Sequal to STEVE A DOCUMUSICAL.........To advertise our real purpose a play called LONG WEEKEND IN LAS VEGAS a Sequal to STEVE A DOCUMUSICAL..............To advertise our real purpose a play called LONG WEEKEND IN LAS VEGAS a Sequal to STEVE A DOCUMUSICAL................To advertise our real purpose a play called LONG WEEKEND IN LAS VEGAS a Sequal to STEVE A DOCUMUSICAL.............To advertise our real purpose a play called LONG WEEKEND IN LAS VEGAS a Sequal to STEVE A DOCUMUSICAL.............To advertise our real purpose a play called LONG WEEKEND IN LAS VEGAS a Sequal to STEVE A DOCUMUSICAL.............
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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It's got it's good points, but honestly is going to be an insurmountable task, considering B2F is one of the holy grails of the film industry, and though one of the most successful films of all time, no one has dared remake it. So it is going to be an uphill battle if to convince a studio to even look at a script without a major blockbusters in your credits. Not to say you shouldn't keep trying, but know the path. As far as the teaser, I wouldn't really show it much... it kind of comes as off as a youtube spoof, and doesn't really help your pitch. It does convey your premise, but the production value just can't compete with what a studio is looking at would be a doing a $150 million production.

As far as the other things, I think you should proceed with your documentary, even if your doing it on the side, I think there is a market in for the conspiracy theory genre (which is what it would fall under, but that is a good thing...those do huge on Netflix). I personally don't raise money for films. I am hired by productions that have already done that, so it is out of my talent pool to start from scratch. But I wish you good luck on your ventures and projects, I always...
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Fan fiction by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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is there really such a thing as a time machine.
The time machine in back to the future 4 runs on rasberry slurpies and hair restoring shampoo.
The flux capacitor is a dimesional convertor that converts 3D+ 2 of time to 10 D plus 2 of time.
Large spacial not curled up.
it converts Einsteins equation to 12 D two time dimensions don't mean one of past and one of future but two pasts and two fufures............
Graham Partis friends have done the math on a 3D model and 2 Dimensions of time works out perfectly.
The math is based on Newtons clock software that you can find on Kogregate.............
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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Hi Stephen and Max,

I'm about to go teach a two-day workshop, so I don't have time to respond to all the posts, but let me make a few points.

1. You guys are funny. And you can take that in all its meanings and definitions.

2. The hourly rate is not just for the conversation--it includes time to read the material (1 page = 1.5 minutes)and create notes on structure, story, character, dialogue, etc.

3. If you don't use the whole hour up (it goes quickly, by the way) you can make use of it down the road for another project, or a revisit to revised material.

4. I do have a discounted rate, but it's contingent upon purchasing a package. When you go into a theatre, you either pay the ticket price or you don't. You don't get to say, "Listen, I only want to see the first act of Hamlet--I'll give you a fiver for it. Do we have a deal?"

5. But like I say, you're funny. Look forward to reading more emails

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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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Hi Stephen and Max,

I'm about to go teach a two-day workshop, so I don't have time to respond to all the posts, but let me make a few points.

1. You guys are funny. And you can take that in all its meanings and definitions.

2. The hourly rate is not just for the conversation--it includes time to read the material (1 page = 1.5 minutes)and create notes on structure, story, character, dialogue, etc.

3. If you don't use the whole hour up (it goes quickly, by the way) you can make use of it down the road for another project, or a revisit to revised material.

4. I do have a discounted rate, but it's contingent upon purchasing a package. When you go into a theatre, you either pay the ticket price or you don't. You don't get to say, "Listen, I only want to see the first act of Hamlet--I'll give you a fiver for it. Do we have a deal?"

5. But like I say, you're funny. Look forward to reading more emails

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Opinion by aircloud7 posted over a year ago
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So I’m not going to resubmit your script to you with dialogue changes, because your dialogue isn’t actually that bad!  Although there’s a few spelling mistakes here and there and some punctuation errors, I think your dialogue as a whole is strong. All your characters have their own voices… which is important, and conversations flow smoothly.

The tone of your script is consistent with the other Back to the Future movies which is crucial if you’re writing a sequel to it! There are a lot of light hearted conversations and your jokes flow well. You had me laughing at some of the jokes, especially the “Foreshadowing” one in the middle of your script.

While reading, I found it very interesting but I did find some things that could improve the story. Here are my notes.


If you want to have directors, producers or anyone in the industry to read your script and potentially make it into a film, formatting is extremely important.
-Action description can’t be more than 3-4 lines each, because then it feels very chunky and it’s hard to read. If you have a lot of description that needs to be included you can always break...
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