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LEGO® 21103. Back to the Future

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LEGO® 21103. Back to the FutureНазвание: LEGO® 21103. Back to the Future
Издатель: The LEGO Group.
Автор: © 2013 Universal
Год: 2013
Страниц: 108
Формат: pdf (оригинал)
Язык: English
Размер: 54 mb
Качество: хорошее
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LEGO® 21103. Back to the Future

Back to the Future is a trilogy of timeless movies that follows the adventures of skateboarding teenager
Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and his scientist friend “Doc” Emmett L. Brown (Christopher Lloyd). In the first
film (1985), Marty finds himself the unwitting driver of Doc’s heavily modified plutonium-powered DeLorean
time machine, and is accidentally sent back in time to the year 1955.

In a fast-paced race against time, Marty must first ensure that his future parents fall in love, and then must
harness a new source of energy – a 1.21 “jigowatts” lightning strike – to power the time machine and
propel him back to the future.

With its perfect mixture of comedy, action and science fiction, Back to the Future was the most successful film of 1985, and remains one of Universal Studios’ biggest blockbusters ever.
Two sequels appeared in 1989 and 1990 with the DeLorean Time Machine again playing a central role in both adventures.


The DeLorean Time Machine is without a doubt one of the most important stars in the Back to the Future trilogy. In the story, we learn that it has taken Doc Brown nearly 30 years to create his ‘Flux Capacitor,’ which makes time travel possible.
Doc selected the DeLorean DMC-12 as his vehicle of choice because its stainless steel construction allows for the optimal level of flux dispersal. This ensures that the vehicle and its passengers can experience a smooth passage through the space-time continuum.

In reality, the filmmakers chose the sleek and stylish DMC-12 because its
characteristic gullwing doors gave it a unique, futuristic look.
Five actual DeLorean vehicles were used in the filming of the movies, while one more was specially modified for interior shots.
Aircraft parts, blinking lights and other components were added for effect,
while carbon dioxide extinguishers were hidden inside the car to simulate the exhaust system output.
Liquid nitrogen was poured onto the car for scenes after it had traveled through time to give the impression that it was cold.





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