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Then and now: See what happened to these movie locations once the cameras stopped rolling

These movies would look a lot different if they were filmed today.

Image: Scenepast

Although time travel isn't a possibility yet, two men have given us the next best thing. Michael Bernstein and Craig Bryan created SCENEPAST, an app that lets movie buffs see what iconic film locations look like today. 

By juxtaposing movie scenes against present-day photographs, the app gives us a glimpse at what happened to these places once the cameras stopped rolling. Some city blocks look exactly the same after a few decades, while others look unrecognizable. If you like these photos below, download the app and travel through time. 

Fame (1980)

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The New York High School of Performing Arts looks like it's undergoing some renovations. 

The French Connection (1971)

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Not much has changed on this block since the 1970s. Despite a fresh coat of paint on the buildings, the restaurants remain the same. (188 Grand Street, New York, NY)

Ghostbusters (1984)

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The restaurant featured in this scene moved two blocks away in 1996. (129 Mulberry Street, New York, NY)

It's a Wonderful Life (1946)

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Even the sidewalk leading up to the front door remains the same. 

The Karate Kid (1984)

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The palm trees are gone, but thankfully the retro signs on the building are still there! (19233 Saticoy St, Reseda, CA)

Pretty in Pink (1986)

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It looks like a completely different building, but if you look close enough, you can tell it just had a facelift. (302 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA)

Pretty Woman (1990)

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Vivian Ward's apartment still looks sketchy. (1738 N Las Palmas Ave, Los Angeles, CA)

Scarface (1983)

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A luxury clothing store sits in this spot. (8619 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA)

Serpico (1973)

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John Jovino is still there, along with the giant gun. (183 Grand St, New York, NY)

Shaft (1971)

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It looks like both Minetta Tavern and Cafe Wha? have both upped their game since the 1970s. (113 MacDougal St, New York, NY)

Taxi Driver (1976)

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The New York Times Building now occupies the spot where the bar once stood. (620 8th Ave, New York, NY)

Vertigo (1958)

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The two photos look like completely different worlds. Sadly, that's because St. Paul's Lutheran Church burned down in a fire 21 years ago. (Eddy St and Gough St, San Francisco, CA)

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