Futuristic films needn’t actually predict the future. They should let their imaginations fly, unburdened by getting things right. Still, what they envision are often reflections of feelings felt at the time of their making: their dreams, their anxieties. They’re usually either fantasies about how things will get better or fears of how things will get much, much worse. So in honor of “Back to the Future Part II” day — namely October 21, 2015, the date Marty McFly and Doc Brown once visited — let’s play a game and see how close a number of futuristic films came when imagining futures that have, in 2015, already come to pass.