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This is the entire Back to the Future trilogy presented to you in one edited chronologically movie. The power of love for these three films have made me combine them all into one gigantic five hour spectacular. Hope you enjoy what could have been. The hardest parts to edit were the “Enchantment Under the Sea dance” scenes. Both the first and second movie have some moments that are out of order. It isn’t realised watching each movie individually. Scenes in particular are when George McFly is dancing alone before confronting Biff and when Lorraine kisses Marty. In this edit, these scenes and many others are integrated with the first movie taking precedence. The actor who stood in for the character of George McFly isn’t actually very good once you edit his parts. It’s best to keep the original scenes. Otherwise the movie was very uncomplicated to edit. Enjoy!
Update: Pulled without a single view, that was quick. How is that when there are hundreds of other copyrighted content still on Youtube?
Something that doesn’t make headlines due to the lack of drama and level of civility are the many crowds that form in order to just discuss what is happening in relation to the protests.
Talks ranged from the communist’s approach to the movement, who is really in charge in Beijing, how well informed many mainland Chinese actually are about the protests in Hong Kong, the beginning of the occupy protests with first hand accounts of the firing of teargas and media’s misrepresentation of the events thus far.
Andy Yung Wai-Yib or known by his protest name, ‘Captain America’ was arrested yesterday for pushing an anti-protester away with his shield.
Bailed out today for $100 HKD (£8) with his shield and protective gear confiscated. Captain America was back in Mong Kok brandishing a sign instead that said ‘Stay Strong’.
Captain America continued to show his support for protesters by rallying a cheerful crowd to his banner at the barricades in front of the police and anti-protesters.
In English the sign on top of Lion Rock translates as “I want true votes’.
Earlier today the police removed the sign by helicopter. The significance of the Lion Rock (besides being Lion shaped rock) can be read here – http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beneath_the_Lion_Rock (Cantonese pop song that is the unofficial anthem of Hong Kong) and here – http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Below_the_Lion_Rock (Cantonese TV Series).