Marty McFly, jongensheld van de jaren 80, reist in Back to the Future II naar 2015. Zo zag het er toen uit, en dit hadden ze fout.
21 Things ‘Back To The Future 2’ Got Wrong About 2015
If there’s one movie you should rewatch this year, it’s “Back to the Future 2.”
Director Robert Zemeckis’ 1989 film sends Marty McFly and Doc Brown to the year 2015.
Did the film get it right? Not exactly.
While it predicted Skype calls and virtual-reality headsets, the film got plenty wrong — including hoverboards though we’re getting close). However, Zemeckis mentions in a featurette for the film he didn’t plan to get the future right, explaining he was not a fan of seeing it depicted in movies.
“Back to the Future 2″ debuted in theaters 26 years ago on July 3. See what the film got wrong.
We may have electric cars, but we’re still a little while away from ones that fly.
We’re getting there, though.
2015 may be fond of superheroes on the big screen, but we’re not dressing like them just yet.
We’ve come close, but we’re still waiting around for an actual working model of a hoverboard. It didn’t help that Zemeckis tricked fans into thinking the toy was real in a behind-the-scenes featurette for the film.
It looks like Lexus may be pretty close.
We’re still waiting for Nike to release some self-lacing sneakers, but we’ll supposedly get them in stores this year.
USA Today did get a redesign in 2012, but it wasn’t like this. Look real close and the film also predicted “Queen Diana” would be visiting the US.
Unless you live in New Jersey or Oregon, you have to pump your own gas. These self-serve robotic gas stations would change that.
These self-drying jackets would come in handy for when it rains.
While we may not have hologram movies, Hollywood is definitely obsessed with 3D. “Jaws 19″ was a fun nod to executive producer Steven Spielberg.
We also don’t have hologram ads.
There’s still plenty of time for Pepsi to come out with Pepsi Perfect this year.
People may not be able to dine and exercise at the same time, as in this fake diner, but “Back to the Future 2″ did predict people’s efforts to be more conscious about fitness.
We definitely prefer email to sending mail by fax machines these days.
But we wouldn’t mind some mobile trashcans.
Unlike the McFlys, we can’t open the front door to our house with a thumbprint. We still need doorknobs.
We also don’t have automatic dog walkers to take Sparky for a stroll around the block.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we all had Black & Decker Hydrators that could cook food almost instantaneously?
An indoor garden center offering fresh fruit whenever we wanted it would be pretty cool.
Sure there’s Google Glass, but JVC’s virtual headset let’s you make phone calls and watch two TV programs at the same time.
On that note, we may not be able to watch six television channels at once, but the film did capture our incessant need for electronic consumption.
Though we can scan our thumbprints to pay for items on the iPhone, we can’t use it to pay for everything.
And nope. The Cubs still haven’t won the World Series in over 100 years. Can they finally do it in 2015?