Back to the Future Part III 1990

Critics score:
74 / 100

Reviews provided by RottenTomatoes

Vincent Canby, New York Times: Except for Mr. Lloyd, the film is so sweet-natured and bland that it is almost instantly forgettable. Read more

Jonathan Rosenbaum, Chicago Reader: This is a good deal more likable than part two because the product plugs have been held back, and Zemeckis is clearly having fun alluding to his favorite westerns; there's also a certain sweetness and charm in the Lloyd-Steenburgen romance. Read more

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Peter Rainer, Los Angeles Times: It satisfyingly ties up the various plot strands that were flapping in the breeze from the last installment. Read more

Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times: Makes a few bows in the direction of time-travel complexities, and then settles down to be a routine Western comedy. Read more

Time Out: Affectionate, innovative, and vaguely lunatic. Read more

Variety Staff, Variety: The simplicity of plot, and the wide expansiveness of its use of space, are a refreshing change from the convoluted, visually cramped and cluttered second part. Read more

Hal Hinson, Washington Post: Divinely frivolous, nearly perfect fun. Read more