Happy Saturday! A Favorite Movie Moment with Michael J. Fox

I haven't officially announced this but you may have noticed that every Saturday I've been posting favorite movie moments, while I recharge my creative battery! I hope you enjoy this scene from
Back To The Future when Michael J.Fox takes some bullies on the ride of their life!

Thank you for stopping by and I'll have an exciting week of fresh posts here for you when you return. Again, I hope you enjoy the video. Have a great weekend.


Sandee said...

No sound Ann? I'm not quite getting it since I don't watch televison or movies. Have a great day. :)

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Oh, Sandee, I'm sorry. I'm being a lazy writer on Saturdays and posting Movie classic soundtracks. I don't why it doesn't have any sound. Thanks for stopping by Sweetie. I'm sorry to disappoint. Will you forgive me?

Hugs :)


Sandee said...

I figured out that the sound was completely off. That's why I couldn't hear the other one. This one was the same, but I turned it up and it was fine. This is a good clip. I remember this movie. It was fun. Have a great, lazy Saturday. :)

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Thanks Sandee, Congratulations on the Fuel Your Blog nomination. I tried to log into my account to see if I could leave a comment anywhere on the site for support, but it's giving me fits. If there is a place to leave a comment on Fuel My Blog, and you don't see me there, it's because it won't let me on. Gonna keep trying though, and I don't give up easy. (Smile) I'm proud of you. Thanks for coming back to see the clip, and I'm glad you liked it. You're really a good friend.


Misty DawnS said...

Loved this movie. I also love Michael J. Fox. My father-in-law, whom I am very, very close to, has Parkinson's Disease. I respect the efforts of Michael J. Fox for this disease's awareness.

Marja said...

Oh saw this one a few times as it was on Tv as well. Good movy

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Misty, I know I love him too. He's been so courageous in his fight against Parkinson's. I'm sorry to hear about your father-in-law. Parkinson's is a debilitating illness, and I imagine painful for everyone involved. Sounds like he has a lot of love though, and that's important. I'm glad you enjoyed the video. How do you like that punch? LOL!

Thanks for the comment, Misty.

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Marja, I'm glad you enjoyed it. I hope you're having a pleasant weekend.


Anonymous said...

I must be losing my mind. Wasn't there a different movie clip here earlier today?

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Polli, (LOL) Yes there was. Read Sandee's comment at the top. LOL There wasn't any sound so I removed it. Only to find out later that the sound was turned down. (Laughing)

So no, you're not loosing your mind, I am. :)


Anonymous said...

Phew! I knew I had watched a very romantic clip earlier, I meant to comment, and had to leave, when I came back it was gone and I was thinking I was batty! :-)

Ann, have you seen my comment to you on MyBlogLog? I left it there a few days ago. I need you to email me, because I need to send you my "blog task" that I have chosen for you do (my prize for the contest I won). I think you'll enjoy what I decided on. My email is on the MBL comment.

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Polli, Yes, I saw it and sent you my e-mail. I was wondering why you didn't write back or mention it again. I'll resend it. You saw the clip earlier? I'm so glad. I wonder why Sandee and I couldn't get the sound up at first. I'm glad you liked it. I love that scene.

I'll be sure and send my e-mail address. I'm sorry you didn't get the other one. :)


DiamondsSaphire said...

I loved this movie as well. I still remember the first time I saw it as a kid, I was totally amazed. My son watched it, he wasn't going to at first because he said it was an "old movie" but after he said it was a cool movie.

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Diamond, my son loved it too. I'm glad you enjoyed it. By the way thank you so much for the Totally Fabulous award. It was so cool being nominated for it. Thank you again. I hope you're having a nice weekend.


Anonymous said...

Sorry to chime in here. I just wanted to say what an interesting blog this is and how much I have enjoyed the Back To The Future series over the years. I cannot count how many times I've watched each movie. I've seen them in order, reverse order, out of order, you name it. I have children now, and I think they will soon be old enough to enjoy these movies as much as I did...still into cartoons right now though.

MJF has always done a great job.

Thank you,
The Movie Buff

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Thank you Movie Buff, My son and I enjoyed the Back To The Future movies throughout his childhood, although he was born in 1985, the same year that the first movie debuted. Like all great art these movies are timeless, and you're right Michael J. Fox did an excellent job creating this character. You and Your children have much to look forward too. Thank you for the compliment on A Nice Place In The Sun, and I'm glad you enjoyed this post.


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