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  • - [Narrator] There are countless amazing movies

  • mad every year throughout the U.S.,

  • but have you ever wondered which ones were filmed

  • in your state?

  • Today we're listing the best movies filmed

  • in every state. (bell dings)

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • Alabama stands in for Upstate New York in "Get Out",

  • a gripping thriller that was even nominated

  • for Best Picture.

  • - Yo, chill man.

  • - Get out. - Chill.

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] "Into the Wild" tells the true story

  • of Christopher McCandless who froze to death

  • in the Alaskan wilderness.

  • The film is beautiful and deeply sad.

  • (reindeer thump) (melancholy music)

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • With a standout performance by Nicholas Cage,

  • "Raising Arizona" is funny, chaotic,

  • and dripping with style.

  • (gun bangs) (car screeches)

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • "Mud" is a unique coming of age story of a drifter

  • living on a island in the Mississippi River.

  • It's an interesting portrait of America.

  • (dramatic instrumental music)

  • (boat engine screeches)

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • There are too many great movies shot in California to choose

  • so I picked "Terminator 2", (gun bangs)

  • 'cause it's amazing.

  • (tire flaps)

  • (motorcycle whirs)

  • (truck screeches)

  • (truck crashes)

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • Quentin Tarantino's eight film "The Hateful Eight"

  • is like a three hour bottle episode set in a small cabin

  • set against the Colorado wilderness.

  • It keeps you on your toes the whole time.

  • - So, what happened to your horse?

  • (driver yells)

  • - He's kinda old.

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] "Another Earth" is a very unique

  • independent film and the whole premise

  • of a literal other Earth floating in the sky

  • plays second fiddle to a very down to earth human drama.

  • (dramatic instrumental music)

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • Who doesn't love a Robin Williams movie?

  • In "Dead Poets Society" he plays an eccentric

  • private school teacher who instructs his pupils

  • to seize the day.

  • It's a tragic and delightful film.

  • (dramatic instrumental music)

  • - O Captain, my captain.

  • - [Mr. Nolan] Sit down, Mr. Anderson.

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] This slice of life story in a live-in motel

  • in Florida is sad and hopeful all at once,

  • and the performances of the lead children and Willem Dafoe

  • are astounding, earning Dafoe an Oscar nomination.

  • - The second week of the summer and there's already been

  • a dead fish in the pool.

  • - We were doing an experiment.

  • We were trying to get it back alive.

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] Atlanta is front and center in "Baby Driver",

  • an Edgar Wright directed adrenaline ride

  • with a kick-ass soundtrack,

  • a clever script, and some great action.

  • (lively instrumental music) (police siren wails)

  • (car whooshes)

  • Genetically engineered dinosaurs eating people on a island

  • set to a John Williams score,

  • what more could you ask for?

  • "Jurassic Park" is an absolute blast

  • and the fictional setting of Isla Nubar is brought to life

  • by Hawaii's natural beauty.

  • (sweeping instrumental music)

  • (dinosaur stomps)

  • Nobody expected "Napoleon Dynamite"

  • when it came out in 2004.

  • The humor is quirky in the truest sense of the word

  • and Jon Heder's mannerisms as Napoleon make for

  • endless memorable moments.

  • (jump rope clicks) (birds chirp)

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • Perfectly capturing the ideal day of playing hooky,

  • "Ferris Bueller's" Chicago hijinks and the very real story

  • of uncertainty of friendships at the end of high school

  • make for one of the best films of the '80s.

  • (melancholy instrumental music)

  • Samwise Gamgee...

  • Sorry, Sean Astin plays Rudy, a dyslexic man

  • with dreams of playing football for Notre Dame.

  • It's a simple, heartwarming true story.

  • (inspirational instrumental music)

  • (players clap)

  • - [Ghostly Voice] If you build it, he will come.

  • (corn whooshes)

  • - [Narrator] Honestly, the voice is pretty creepy

  • but the film certainly isn't.

  • It's a touching story

  • of father and son (Ray yells indistinctly)

  • and their love for baseball.

  • - [Annie] Sorry.

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] Based on Truman Capote's novel

  • of the same name this crime film is notable

  • for fantastic cinematography

  • and being a great page to screen adaptation.

  • - I like to apologize, (pants) but who to?

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] To be fair, only one of the three races

  • in the film was shot in Kentucky,

  • but that doesn't take away the fact that "Seabiscuit"

  • is a great movie.

  • It was nominated for seven Oscars

  • and probably would have won one if it hadn't been up against

  • the most awarded film of all time,

  • "Lord of the Rings: Return of the King".

  • (announcer yells indistinctly) (horses clop)

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • Like any Tarantino film, "Django" is profane, violent,

  • and full of blood,

  • but it's also exciting, hilarious,

  • and has some standout performances.

  • ♪ I knew him well

  • And when he shot oh that man

  • He never missed

  • - [Narrator] If it's a Stephen King adaptation,

  • expect it to be set in Maine.

  • This horror film continues to be very frightening

  • even 30 years later.

  • - Where the dead speak.

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] One of the first examples

  • of a found footage film- - Josh, Josh,

  • are you down there?

  • - [Narrator] "The Blair With Project's" horror

  • comes more from what it doesn't show

  • than from what it shows.

  • The fact that the camera swings wildly around

  • and you never get to see the eponymous witch makes the film

  • both more infuriating and more chilling.

  • (woman screams)

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • Rian Johnson's subversion of the murder mystery genre

  • was an unexpected hit of 2019. (Elliott speaks indistinctly)

  • Its ensemble cast is incredible, the dialogue is quick,

  • and every detail is meticulously planned.

  • - I've never been to a will reading.

  • - Oh well, you'd think it'd be like a game show

  • but think of a community theater production

  • of a tax return.

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] Eminem's feature film debut takes inspiration

  • from his own life.

  • It showed that Eminem was a talented actor

  • and was a great showcase for his music.

  • Yeah they call me rabbit

  • This is a turtle race

  • - [Audience] Oh.

  • You can't get with me

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] The music alone makes "Purple Rain"

  • worth a watch, as does the charisma of its star, Prince.

  • The whole thing was shot in and around Minneapolis.

  • Purple rain, purple rain

  • (dramatic instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] You can feel the atmosphere of

  • "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"

  • And the award-winning soundtrack ushers along

  • this fantastic Depression-era satire of Homer's "Odyssey".

  • (train rattles)

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • If you wanna feel stressed

  • but in the good kind of way you get

  • when you watch a great movie-

  • - [Nick] I picture cracking her lovely skull.

  • - [Narrator] Watch "Gone Girl".

  • The entire film is beyond tense thanks to

  • David Fincher's talented direction

  • and the uncomfortably good performance of Rosamund Pike.

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • I'd never heard of this film until recently

  • but thoroughly enjoyed watching Jeff Bridges

  • and Clint Eastwood commit crimes throughout Montana.

  • - I was a little too much for them to handle, you know,

  • so they sent me away to one of these boarding schools.

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] Jack Nicholson's excellent performance

  • as Warren Schmidt really is at the heart

  • of this character-drive comedy that was filmed

  • almost entirely in Nebraska.

  • - My name is Warren R. Schmidt

  • and I'm your new foster father.

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] "The Hangover" is one of those comedy movies

  • that everyone talked about for years after its release.

  • It's a roller coaster of action with tigers, Mike Tyson,

  • drugs, and a missing friend set against the backdrop

  • of the Vegas Strip.

  • It's also pretty funny.

  • (pensive instrumental music)

  • Well don't you worry your pretty striped head

  • We're gonna get you back to Tyson

  • And your cozy tiger bed

  • And then we're gonna find

  • - [Narrator] Another classic Robin Williams movie,

  • "Jumanji" is the story of a board game come to life.

  • It's never not fun.

  • (gun bangs) It was filmed in

  • and around Keene, New Hampshire.

  • (car screeches)

  • (door clicks)

  • - Hey you!

  • (gun bangs)

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] "Garden State" is a charming movie

  • about entering adulthood.

  • It's creatively directed by Zach Braff and has

  • a Grammy-winning soundtrack. - Come on, what are you, shy?

  • This is your one opportunity to so something

  • that no one has ever done before

  • and that no one will copy again throughout human existence,

  • and if nothing else, you'll be remembered as the one guy

  • who ever did this, this one thing.

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] It's obvious that "Logan" isn't

  • your average superhero movie.

  • It's darker, more emotionally driven, and much more violent

  • than anything else in the genre,

  • and that makes it standout as a great superhero movie,

  • but also as an excellent film in general.

  • - Hey, I got you here.

  • That's all I signed up for.

  • I even gave back the money.

  • - Such a nice man.

  • (upbeat instrumental music)

  • - [Narrator] Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing" captures

  • the feeling of urban culture in Brooklyn, New York

  • in a way that very few movies achieve.

  • The settings, characters, and the style of the shots

  • and editing make for a unique and fascinating depiction

  • of the neighborhood.

  • - Would you like to sign a petition to boycott

  • Sal's Famous Pizzeria?

  • - [Group] What?

  • - Man, I ain't boycotting jack,