There's nothing quite like seeing your hometown on screen. Unless you're me, in which case you get really sad because you're watching Roger & Me. (Aaaaaawkward!)
Aaaaaanyway, to paraphrase an old adage, location is everything. As such, each state has played home to movies of all shapes and sizes. But what movie is the best representation of its state? We dove deep into the filmographies of each of the 50 Nifties to find out.
Of course, it wouldn't be a nerd list without rules. As such, there are no documentaries on this list. There are also no straight-up biographical movies, or ones based largely on true stories. And, finally and most confusingly, the films can be set in the state without being filmed there. Which is to say, The Departed could win Massachusetts, despite being filmed in New York. Spoiler alert: it didn't win.