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What Back To The Future Got Right (And Wrong) About 2015

27 January 2015 7:50 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

No movie future has been dissected more than the version presented in Back To The Future Part II. The promised land where you don’t need roads, Hill Valley 2015 captured audience’s imaginations back in 1989, and as the fabled date of October 21st (don’t listen to the fake viral stories) inches closer, everyone’s keen to figure out just how much director Robert Zemeckis guessed right.

Sure, we don’t have rehydrating food yet and Jaws 19’s penned October release date is looking unlikely, but Back To The Future Part II wasn’t totally off with its predictions. In fact, as this infographic from StaySourced.com proves, it’s a lot more on the money than you might think.

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