If you like extended cuts, deleted scenes and you're a Back to the future fan.
This is the version you want to go. The original Back to the future cut is pretty much flawless. Bobson cut is very enjoyable to watch.
I like the way the alternative scenes are put together.
If you ask me, I rather prefer the original release because of the faster narrative. Now I understand why the extended scenes have been cut out in the first place. But I give 10 out of 10 for the initiative and the enjoyment I had in watching the Greater Scott Edition.
Where is the Back to the Future 2 extended pls? :P
A very fun interesting fanedit of Back To The Future that inserts a lot of deleted scenes into the movie. I remember watching some of these deleted scenes on the bonus DVD but I don't recognize all of them. A fun watch if you never seen any of the deleted scenes some of them are pretty funny. it makes you wonder why some of them were even cut out of the movie. If you haven't seen this movie in a long time a recommend you watch this.
This is definitely a worthwhile edition. For starters, I used to rely on a specific user or to to color correct certain movies, and have always been happy with the outcome. However, the color correction (on the original elements) on this far exceeds any others that I have found. It was visually appealing to the eyes. In addition, the insertion of the deleted scenes definitely added both character and much needed context to the film. It's a shame they weren't in there from the beginning. The only bad part of it is that the inserted elements are of different quality and not as refined, but that's the problem with the source material and by no means the fault of the editor. Don't let that let you enjoy it any less. A highly recommended and worthwhile edition to see.
As a fellow BttF fan, I'm very familiar with the story. The Greater Scott Edition is a tremendously enjoyable ride for everyone who's seen the trilogy before.
Is the drop in picture quality of most deleted scenes noticeable? Yes. It is both distracting and a convenient 'flag' that you've reached another nugget of previously unseen goodies.
The added character development fleshes out our heroes more. I particularly like young Doc looking through his older self's things. Establishing Doc's fascination with women pays off in both sequels.
This edit is a worthy addition to the original, even though it does not replace that. The video quality is largely to blame and some of the added scenes distracted from the story.