Not when you consider the fact that it's easy enough to buy trees anymore and plant them at an already considerable size... I would agree to an extent but the houses have the same shape, even without the same color. 22 years is still a long time for no change...
Tuesday, November 6, 2012 7:05:30 PM
@HalfPintRoo I'm talking about these guy`s pictures looking like they had used a ten year old digital camera. Every picture is terrible quality, and their lack of even basic photography skills destroys their entire efforts.
First off, the movie scenes have the overlay from windows media player at the bottom from when they screen-shotted it.
Pictures 6, 13, 14, 16, 20, 22, 23, 24, and 25 are all significantly overexposed. There`s too much light and a lot of the details are washed out in the brightness.
24 in particular is a mess. It is over exposed, but everything has a dark grey tone on top of it. Everything about this picture is terrible.
Picture 1 is severely underexposed, you can barely see their faces.
Pictures 9, 17, 20, 21, 24, and 25 are taken from a different perspective than the movie. In a couple of them, 20 and 24, the viewpoint has changed so much that the set would have been better without them.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012 7:02:17 PM
I've never seen a neighborhood change so many trees, fences, doors, windows, paint jobs, etc in 22 years (movie came out in 1990) - in fact some of those trees look significantly older than 22 years old).