Back to the Future (1985): the Flux Capacitor

534 views

Uploaded on December 03, 2011 by AnyClip

The clip the flux capacitor from Back to the Future (1985) with Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd

What? Is it hot?
It's cold. Damn cold.
Einstein, you little devil!
Einstein's clock is exactly one minute behind mine and still ticking!
He's okay.
He's fine.
He's completely unaware that anything happened.
As far as he's concerned, the trip was instantaneous.
That's why his watch is exactly one minute behind mine.
He skipped over that minute to instantly arrive at this moment in time.
I'll show you how it works.
First, you turn the time circuits on.
This tells you where you're going, this where you are and this where you were.
Input your destination time on this keypad.
Say you want to see the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
Or witness the birth of Christ.
Here's a red-letter date in the history of science.
November 5, 1955.
Yes, of course.
November 5, 1955.
What happened?
That was the day I invented time travel.
I remember it vividly.
I was standing on my toilet hanging a clock.
The porcelain was wet. I slipped, hit my head on the sink.
When I came to, I had a revelation.
A vision. A picture in my head. A picture of this.
This is what makes time travel possible.

Tags:
Back To The Future, The Flux Capacitor, Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, AnyClip, Entertainment

ALSO FROM THIS CHANNEL

  • 1
    Snow White and the Huntsman (2012): Closing-in-on-the-castle 01:56

    Snow White and the Huntsman (2012): Closing-in-on-the-castle

    by AnyClip (2/9/14) 153 views

    The clip closing-in-on-the-castle from Snow White and the Huntsman (2012) with Eddie Marsan, Chris Hemsworth. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Release! (YELLS) Ready! Release! Release! COLL: Go, go, 90! The summit's breached! Back here, lads! Come on! Get back to it! Pull! Nion, get on that rope! COLL: Come on! Go on! BEITH: Quert! It's a massacre down there! Gort, on that rope! We must turn back!

Comments on Back to the Future (1985): the Flux Capacitor

RECOMMENDED CHANNELS