It's finally happened. That fateful day is basically upon us where everything that happens in Back to the Future: Part II no longer happens in the future, but in the past.
One of the most iconic visions of a near future world is no longer futuristic, but rather 'retro-futuristic'.
Sure, the film's writers got a lot of cool stuff right: holograms are in their early throws of becoming full-on mediums of entertainment, hoverboards are getting there - but what about the other stuff?
Here's everything that BTTF: II didn't get quite right.