Back to the Future was the first movie I remember getting excited about anytime it was on tv. I didn't want to miss a second of it. At the time, I didn't know anything about making movies and I remember the feeling I had while watching - the characters, the storyline, the time traveling... it all felt real.
Watching this trailer, it's amazing to think how long this film has lasted and how many people it has inspired. In my teens, this movie made me want to become an actor. Now, I'm excited about the idea of being a part of a team that makes something like this happen (and what an All-Star team they had!). They say this film is "lightning in a bottle" but when you put a team like this together, the chances of this kind of success are much higher.
I love that the trailer shows how the characters inspired someone to see through their disability. That's the power of storytelling.