I am a big fan of movies, so when I was searching the internet I came across something interesting. Thrillist has a list of the best movies that are set in every state. The highlights include: "To Kill a Mockingbird" in Alabama, "Napoleon Dynamite" in Idaho, "Fargo" in Minnesota, and "The Notebook" in South Carolina.

They said: "We tried to select movies that took place mainly in a given state and that represent a state's place in the nation's collective consciousness."

For Montana they picked Thunderbolt and Lightfoot from 1974. It starred Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges. The movie boasts stunning footage of Montana, which Cimino bathes in a golden glow. A River Runs Through It might be the more famous Montana movie, but robbing banks is a lot more entertaining than fly-fishing apparently...

Do you agree with this pick?