Happy Birthday, Michael J. Fox! Here are the top 3 movies of the multi- talented artist

Michael J Fox, born on 9th of June 1961, celebrates as he turns 52 today. Michael J. Fox was born in Alberta, Canada and is both a Canadian and American citizen. Not only is he a successful actor but a producer, voice over artist and author as well. He starred in the hit TV show Family Ties in the 1980s where he played Alex P. Keaton. He has won several awards including  four Emmy Awards and four Golden Globes. Michael J. Fox suffers from Parkinson’s disease and is an advocate for research towards finding a cure for it. Michael J. Fox has starred in several great films both as an actor and a voice actor, here’s a list of some of Michael J Fox’s greatest movies:

1) Back to the Future (1985)- This is Michael J. Fox’s best and probably his most famous film. He plays the role of Marty McFly a teenager who ends up in a huge mess after hanging out with Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd). He basically ends up back in time i.e. to 1955 when his parents are in highschool and unwittingly becomes his mother’s love interest (talk about a weird plot). He can’t go back to the future until Doc Brown can fix his time machine which happens to be a DeLorean. He needs to get his parents to fall in love or else he won’t exist. This movie was directed by Robert Zemeckis and is probably one of the best Sci Fi movies of the 80s. It was so popular in fact that it has two sequels.

2) Back to the Future 2 (1989)- The Back to the Future movie was so successful that they decided to make a sequel to it, its plot is just as complicated as the first movie’s i.e. not at all. In the movie, Marty’s arch nemesis Biff has changed the future and Marty and Doc Brown have to stop him by going back to 1955, the really complicated part is that they cannot be seen by their old selves (who went back in time in the pervious movie) because it would affect the future yet again. This movie is just as brilliant to the first except for the ending which is really just a trailer to the third and final part of the series.

3) Teen Wolf (1984)- If you thought we were going to say Back to the Future 3 you were wrong. That movie was just average and nowhere near as good as the first two parts, Teen Wolf on the other hand is. It’s about a werewolf who plays basketball and helps take his high school basketball from last to first place.