Put it in reverse.BRAKEBack to the FutureWhat: The ’80s movie hit reels late night. Just try to resist.Why: MJF in stonewashed jeans.When: Fri. & Sat., midnight.Where: Music Box Theatre, 3733 N. Southport Ave., b/t Waveland Ave. & Grace St. (773-871-6604). Tickets ($9) at the box office.EATTakashi Sunday Noodle DinnerWhat: The resto extends its greatest lunchtime hits (soba, udon, ramen) to the evening meal.Why: Broth so good it should be illegal.When: Every Sun., 5-9:30 p.m.Where: 1952 N. Damen Ave., b/t Homer St. & Armitage Ave. (773-772-6170).SHOPTrump International Hotel & Tower Chicago Farmers MarketWhat: Organic vendors (Nordic Creamery, Rare Bird Preserves, Mint Creek Farm) bring their bounty to the sixteenth-floor terrace.Why: Inside, chef Frank Brunacci (Sixteen) serves a breakfast buffet ($35) using market ingredients.When: Today, 7-11 a.m.Where: 401 N. Wabash Ave., at Kinzie St. (312-588-8600). Admission to the farmers market is free.SEEScenes of a Love like NatureWhat: Start-up drama group The Hollow Tree Theatre Company rocks Chicago Fringe Festival with its play about acting on impulses, no matter the cost.Why: The members are young and eager to make an impression.When: Thurs., 4 p.m.; Fri., 5:30 p.m.; Sat., 7 p.m.; Sun., 8:30 p.m.Where: EP Theatre, 1820 S. Halsted St., at 18th St. Suggested donation is $10 and can be made at the door or online at chicagofringe.org.SAVEElysian Spa & Health Club DealWhat: Buy two Gyrotonics (a blend of yoga, tai chi, dance, gymnastics, and swimming) or Pilates classes for $90 and get the third free.Why: No end-of-summer slacking.When: Purchase before Oct. 15. Redeemable anytime.Where: 11 E. Walton St., at State St. (312-646-1310).Photo: Courtesy of Universal Pictures Up to 60% off DenimWe’ve rounded up covetable jeans from the likes of Paige, Rich & Skinny, Dylan George, and Rockstar. They’ll leave your wallet (but not your butt) nice and big, since they’re up to 60% off on Swirl.