If movies set in the future are any indication of reality (and I think we can safely say that they are) 2020 is going to be a bleak year for humanity.
Edge Of Tomorrow: Live Die Repeat (2014)
This movie actually concludes in 2020, with an ongoing war with alien oppressors from 2015. If you haven’t seen it on the news it is probably because of liberal bias. At least we have mech-suits.
Pacific Rim (2013)
We join yet another war in progress, this one raging since 2013. Fake news indeed, where is the real new, of this war? This sees the creation of massive giant psychically linked robots fighting aliens coming from another dimension under the ocean. More on those robots later.
A Quiet Place (2018)
At least this one hasn’t started yet, but most of Earth’s animal population (that is inclusive of humans) is killed by sightless monsters from space. No new tech for us, unless you count hearing aides so painful they can kill.
Reign of Fire (2002)
Media bias reigns its ugly head yet again, this time in the form of a dragon. Did you know that nearly 20 years ago tunneling under London released a horde of dragons that has eradicated nearly all human life? There is a slight chance this is a cover-up, perpetuated by the same shadow government that has foolishly convinced those few of us left that the Earth is round. Unfortunately the decimation of the population has resulted in a net loss in terms of technological innovation.
Real Steel (2011)
Human on human violence has fallen by the wayside, because there is nothing sweeter than seeing Robot Wars finally come into fruition. But which came first, the Boxer or the Jaeger? I don’t understand how humanity can build somewhat autonomous robots that don’t seem to benefit society in the slightest.
Mission to Mars (2000)
This movie, incredibly, is the only one even close to reality. I’m not talking about the Martian thing, but thanks to Space-X, we are closer to Mars than we’ve ever been before. While it isn’t likely there will be a manned mission this year, maybe in a few years someone will get there. Then we can finally get the truth about the face on flat Mars.