1. Chris says

    Fargo is in North Dakota, not Minnesota. Also, Maryland appears to have annexed the Virginia part of the Delmarva peninsula. I hate to be that nitpicking commenter, but I can’t help it–I’m kind of a geography nerd.

  2. Jake says

    Ugh, I will not have my home state of Michigan be represented by “Robocop.”

    How about the 1980 film “Somewhere in Time,” starring Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour?

  3. Joseph says

    Yes, I associate Wayne’s World with Illinois and not Delaware. The first movie I think of with Maine is not The Shawshank Redemption, but, rather, Peyton Place.

    And Louisiana will always be A Streetcar Named Desire, while Georgia will always be Gone with the Wind.

    Apparently, this map was created by straight guys who haven’t watched a movie released prior to 1970.

  4. TANK says

    the departed was a good movie, and will go down as one of scorsese’s best. Killer soundtrack–especially the last one: roy buchanan’s sweet dreams. Nicholson was in top form for that one.

  5. Garst says

    That was bad. And someone needs to tell the person who made it that you need to used black text if you’re going to have a yellow background. Those were very difficult to read.

  6. Derek Pearce says

    There is one little sight gag in Wayne’s World (in front of a blown-up postcard) that references Delaware and whoever made this map had that stuck as the location in their head. As others already pointed out, it takes place in suburban Chicago. Although the inspiration was Mike Myer’s home in Scarborough, suburban Toronto.

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