As seen in: Blade Runner (1982)

We've already surpassed the quality of video calls predicted in Blade Runner; pretty much anyone with a smartphone has access to HD video calls whenever they want. We can even put on funny hats if we use Google Hangouts instead of Facetime, Skype, or those other services that we're sure exist but we haven't tried. Ridley Scott's adaptation of Philip K. Dick's novel underestimated how fast video calls would progress, but the film wasn't as far off on video calls as it was on chess. How did they really think that we would have video calls, but still have to play chess by phone? Damn. Ridley Scott must be amazed by Farmville. Hell, by Blade Runner's standards, Solitaire on early Windows was a game changer.