Michael Roberts recently pulled together a post on the "Ten best 'Colorado' movie posters" -- some of which have no more connection to Colorado than a word used in the title. The featured films range from Colorado Kid to The Man From Colorado, and no matter where the movies were actually made, says one commenter, they're all all enough to put you in a state of somnambulance. See also: - Photos: Ten "best" Colorado movie posters --Videos: Ten TV shows you didn't know were set in Colorado
Tim Brockert definitely didn't appreciate the effort. He reviews the movies with this:
Things to do in Denver when you're dead!
What's your favorite movie set in Colorado? Actually filmed in Colorado? Post your suggestions below.
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