Which parts of 2015 did “Back to the Future II” get right?

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In 1989 Back to the Future II was being released into theaters, and the plot centered around Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) jumping 30 years into the future.

That would place him right in 2015.

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A little time-travel troubles send him back to a slightly skewed 1985. His time spent in 2015 isn’t terribly realistic though, as it resembles more of a futuristic 80’s than the actual future.

Newsweek broke down where the similarities lie.

Flying cars:

It’s been predicted for many years that this could happen, possibly in the future. But this year, probably not.

There are drones, but full-on flying cars aren’t there quite yet.

Hoverboards:

This one isn’t even close. We don’t have the technology yet to make this possible. It was more an aspect to make the film seem cool than an actual reality for the future.

What went totally wrong:

They really emphasize fax machines, which are hardly even used anymore. There wasn’t any internet really, but there wasn’t any way to predict that.

There definitely aren’t anymore phone booths, hardly any really.

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