The production quality might not be the greatest, especially when compared to the scenes the Movie Mimic project recreates, but it is still incredibly impressive. Conceived by world traveler and film enthusiast Allen Fuqua, the Movie Mimic project is a series of tourist pictures that have been given a unique spin.
Every city the San Diego native visits, he manages to snap at least one photo that copies as close as possible a chosen clip from a beloved movie. As one browses through his Movie Mimic project, it is interesting to see how time has altered the places in which some very iconic scenes have taken place. For instance, in the last scene of 'The Breakfast Club,' there was no soccer net.
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