I am going to start off nice and easy before I get to the more brain scrambling stuff. In the first movie Marty (Michael J. Fox) travels back in time and accidently takes the place of his father the first time him and Marty’s mother were supposed to meet. This causes a snowball effect, which rolls to them not getting married and then ultimately Marty not being born. In the movie, Marty’s mom Lorraine has a crush on him which leads him to spend the rest of the movie trying to get her attention off of him and back to George. This would mean that they had to spend a lot of time together. And even towards the end there is a scene where George and Lorraine thank him, which would imply that he was an important person in their lives. Now wi...
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