Blade Runner (1982)
What has come true: the atmosphere of night metropolises, in particular, the presence of huge digital advertising screens; worldwide popularity of oriental cuisine; video calls; voice control of computers.
What did not come true: the creation of artificial people, indistinguishable from real ones; massive use of flying cars; use of Polaroid instant cameras; extraterrestrial colonies.
Back to the Future Part II (1989)
What came true: the invention of smart glasses; the emergence of Skype, tablets; electronic fingerprint recognition system; holograms; widespread use of drones; games controlled by gestures.
What did not come true: the appearance of flying cars; self-drying clothes; whimsical futuristic attire of youth.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
What has come true: tablets; video communication; screens built into seatbacks in airplanes.
What did not come true: the creation of artificial intelligence, endowed with emotions and the ability to create; anabiosis; rotating orbital station.
The Running Man (1987)
What has come true: the popularity of the reality show; using fake news to manipulate consciousness; apartments with a voice control system; the ability to order tickets through your home computer. No futuristic outfits – fashion, in general, hasn’t changed much. Predicted the use of branded costumes to show participants as advertising (Adidas).
What did not come true: the totalitarian regime in the USA; the existence of bloody television shows that distract people from the country’s internal problems; exploding collars are worn on the most dangerous prisoners; wired phones; use of cassettes; use of jetpacks.