We’re on a roll here Towelites! It’s time to jump to the next star on our list, Michael J. Fox! This time-traveling, ghosthunting actor has played quite a few memorable characters on the silver screen, so let’s take a look back and rank his Top 5 Geekly Roles!

MJF 015. Milo James Thatch – Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001) 

Who doesn’t love a good Disney movie and it was about time that MJF got to voice a character in one. Normally I like to keep my Geekly picks in the 80’s and 90’s, but the early 2000’s are starting to seem further and further away. This was at the end of Disney’s “good” run of movies and from what I can remember it was OK.

MJF 024. Jason Stone – Mars Attacks (1996)

Classic Tim Burton movie based on a classic comic book. This was one of the RARE times that Johnny Depp turned down a role from his buddy Burton and the part of reporter Jason Stone went to MJF. Of course he doesn’t live to see the end of the film and is turned into a green skeleton, spoiler alert.

MJF 033. Scott Howard – Teen Wolf (1985)

Who doesn’t love Teen Wolf?! If you are a child of the 80’s then the adventures of Scott Howard should be very familiar to you. Taking the idea of the werewolf but making a comedy film out of it was genius! Especially having him play basketball and breakdance! Then MTV went and made it all Twilighty…. damn them.

MJF 042. Frank Bannister – The Frighteners (1996)

One of my favorite supernatural movies of all time. This Peter Jackson Ghostbuster-esque film kicks all sorts of butt especially with the psychotic Jake Busey. If you haven’t seen this do yourself a favor. The effects are amazing, the story is awesome, and Michael J. Fox kills the role of Frank Bannister.

MJF 051. Marty McFly – Back to the Future Trilogy (1985/1989/1990)

This time traveling hero needs NO introduction, Marty McFly is the man and will always be. This trilogy is in my top ten favorite movies of all time and films that we are all lucky to have in our lives. There will never be a series like this EVER again in the future of filmmaking. Thank you Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, thank you so much.