Attention Back to the Future fans, we’re in the future!

MILFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – No one knows what the year 2015 has in store but if you have seen the movie Back to the Future II you know we are now living in the same time period much of the film takes place. Moreover, if you look closely at some of the scenes its clear there were a number of predictions made about what life would be like in 2015 those who made the film got right.

In the film there are flat screen televisions that characters can be seen watching multiple channels on all at the same time, much like we have in this day and age. Also, in the movie there is a scene where two characters talk to each other in real time simply by just looking at a screen. If you have ever skyped or used FaceTime you know this is another aspect that also came to fruition. Additionally, there are also several parts of the movie where characters appear to use a device similar to a mobile tablet.

Unfortunately, however,  not everything that was in Back to the Future II exists as it was in the movie. Most disappointingly, hover boards.

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