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Various Action Movies

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Fort Point National Historic Site

I traveled to San Francisco in Fall 2018 to visit a few points of interest. Amongst them was the Golden Gate Bridge. This is from the first Ant-Man movie and you can find this shot at the base of the Bridge at Fort Point National Historic Site.

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Golden Gate Bridge &
Marin Headlands

The 2018 Transformers spinoff "Bumblebee" was a much-needed refreshing change for the franchise. They stripped down the endless, mindless metal robot fighting to something that actually ended up resembling a story with characters people could sympathize with. Here are a couple of the locations from the movie from when I visited San Francisco on my most recent trip in 2018. 

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Wendover Airbase & Bonneville Salt Flats

Hollywood has come to Wendover Airbase and the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah for decades. One such movie that filmed here was the disaster movie from 2003, "The Core." I visited this area of Utah in Summer 2019.

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Monument Valley

"Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" had just one quick cut to Monument Valley at the end of the film when the dinosaurs are being transported. I visited Monument Valley in Summer of 2019 and can't wait to get back some day!

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Emser Tile Building

The famous scene from "Lethal Weapon" where Mel Gibson handcuffs himself to a suicide jumper was filmed atop the Emser Tile Building located at 8431 Santa Monica Blvd in West Hollywood, CA.

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Sam Witwicky's House

2187 W 24th St Los Angeles, CA

Sam Witwicky (played by Shia LaBeouf) lived in this house with his hilariously overprotective parents in Michael Bay's 2007 blockbuster, "Transformers." I visited this house while living in LA in 2011.

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Flynn's Arcade

Flynn's Arcade, seen at the beginning and end of Disney's "Tron: Legacy" is located in Culver City in Los Angeles, CA at 9543 Culver Blvd.