Movies Section: The Best Movie That Takes Place in Every State of United States of America: Do you agree with the list + BQ?
Alabama: To Kill a Mockingbird
Arkansas: Raising Arizona
Arizona: A Face in the Crowd
California: Sunset Boulevard
Colorado: South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut
Delaware: Fight Club
Florida: Magic Mike
Georgia: The Color Purple
Hawaii: From Here to Eternity
Idaho: Napoleon Dynamite
Illinois: The Fugitive
Iowa: The Music Man
Kansas: The Wizard of Oz
Kentucky: Kentucky (1938)
Louisiana: A Streetcar Named Desire
Maine: The Iron Giant
Maryland: The Blair Witch Project
Massachusetts: The Friends of Eddie Coyle
Michigan: Robocop (1987)
Mississippi: In the Heat of the Night
Missouri: Meet Me in St. Louis
Montana: Thunderbolt and Lightfoot
Nevada: Ocean's Election
New Hampshire: What About Bob?
New Jersey: On the Waterfront
New Mexico: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
New York: Do the Right Thing
North Carolina: Blue Velvet
North Dakota: The Overnighters
Oregon: Wendy and Lucy
Pennsylvania: Groundhog Day
Rhode Island: The Conjuring
South Carolina: The Notebook
South Dakota: Badlands
Tennessee: The Evil Dead (1981)
Texas: Dazed and Confused
Utah: 127 Hours
Vermont: Super Troopers
Virginia: Remember the Titans
Washington: First Blood
West Virginia: The Night of the Hunter
Wyoming: Brokeback Mountain
BQ: Which one is your favorite movies that take place in US State?
BQ2: Which movies do you want to add and replace from the original movie of the list?
If you don't know any movie that you want to be replace, you can skip it and leave it.
- Anonymous8 months agoFavorite Answer
Some of your choices really bother me, lol. I love South Park and all but for me Colorado is clear, The Shining.
Oregon should be One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest, probably Stand By Me second.
Wyoming should be Unforgiven I'd say or even Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Wisconsin should be Contact in my view or even Dogma
It would be shorter if I list the ones I do agree with, lol.
I for the most part agree with Texas, Alaska, North Carolina, New Mexico, New Jersey, Delaware, Arkansas, New Hampshire, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, and Minnesota.
I think I might hate the New York pick the most, there must be at least 100 better films then that one set in New York. The Godfather seems like the obvious choice, but even 12 Angry Men or Taxi Driver or Goodfellas, so many other classics that are clearly better films in my view.
- Mr MonsterLv 78 months ago
I generally agree. There's a few I'd change, like Texas, which I would change to No Country for Old Men. But generally, I think it's a solid list.
- Weasel McWeaselLv 78 months ago
It would be hard to pick a best movie for New York, as literally 1,000's of movies have been made in, or include New York.
also, for Hawaii......I would nominate 50 First Dates, with Adam Sandler.
- MarkLv 78 months ago
Not completely, but that is a good start. (I think you have some of the "states" - I say that with quotation marks" because many of these were done in BC - wrong.)