Time is relative... That's what Marty is about to find out. You see, Doc has created something that seems beyond belief. The problem lies in the power source that it requires. When the Libyans learn that Doc is the one responsible, they are determined to make him pay. That leaves Marty in an unusual situation. Marty makes a decision to outrun them when he does... he has no idea how far he will actually go. He finds himself in a different world, one completely foreign to him, only there's more familiarity to it than it seems. His only way to get home is to find Doc. It's not just a matter of finding him though, it becomes a matter of convincing him of what has happened. That's not as easy as it seems. What Marty doesn't realize though is his actions will set in place a different timeline than the one he left. Even the most insignificant decisions will have an effect on the future. Leading him to a life that may seem unrecognizable if he can get home at all... This has the makings of a cult classic, and the ending almost guarantees that there's more to the story. I for one can't wait to see what's next. This is nothing more than a fun fantastical movie that dares us to think outside the box. Even at that, it's surprisingly addictive.