LOS ANGELES (united States).- People have a lot of free time at this time and, therefore, have emerged a number of fun trends in social networks. One of the most popular is the game “5 perfect Movies”p ara see in the middle of the closing of the coronavirus, and Chris Pratt could not be left out.
What began as a list of fun became a serious matter. Stars and filmmakers began to discuss what makes a movie to be “perfect”. One of those cases was the film maker of Marvel James Gunn, who argued that “a perfect movie can be different from a favorite movie or a great movie”.
However, he listed a series of photos, including Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) and The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (1966) as his favorite, but not at the level of perfect movies. Gunn also pointed out Back to the future 1985, but it opened up an important debate.
Maybe they do remember him tho, not as Marty, as Calvin. When Marty returns to present day 1985, it could have been years since his parents would have perhaps originally noted the uncanny resemblance between their son and that kid from high school 20 years previous. #perfectmovie https://t.co/5S2q2rEtUU
— chris pratt (@prattprattpratt) April 22, 2020
“Back to the future SEMINENTEMENTE could be imperfect (why mom and dad don’t remember Marty?), But still would argue that it is a perfect movie because there are reasons why this could possibly be the case… Or maybe I’m in denial. Who knows.”
There is where the star of Guardians of the Galaxy, Chris Pratt, explained the situation as best he could. “Perhaps the thing to remember though, you don’t like Marty as Calvin. When Marty returns to the present, 1985, may have been years since their parents had noticed originally the uncanny resemblance between your son and that boy from high school 20 years ago,” said Pratt via Twitter.