Montana Towns as Romantic Comedies: Giggles Galore
Hollywood is so dumb, they'll probably bring us another Morbius movie instead of what we all really want— romantic comedies. For some reason they've gone out of style, but I think the tide is turning, and maybe just in time. It's been a hard last few years, and quirky, lovey-dovey movies can remind us what life's all about. Ok, I'll get off my soapbox.
As my contribution to reminding the world how great romcoms are, here's a list of Montana towns and which movie they most resemble:
Bozeman - 500 Days of Summer
It's a movie about two vapid hipsters bonding over consumerism so I'd say it's a match. It also takes place in Los Angeles, which is basically Bozeman at this point.
Helena - Legally Blonde
Because our state's capital seems like the kind of place that would want some courtroom drama scenes mixed with their love stories.
Butte - Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Because of course Butte's romantic comedy would need guns, duh.
Hamilton - Groundhog Day
Living the same day over and over is kind of like life in Hamilton if you think about it.
Missoula - Shakespeare in Love
Zootown is the only Montana city
cultured nerdy enough for this movie to be a great fit.
Sleepless in Stevensville
I had to.
Billings - Wedding Crashers
Let's not pretend Billings doesn't have it's share of wedding-crashing bros. That kind of hijinks is right up their alley.
Great Falls - The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Because everyone would like to forget they ever heard about Great Falls.
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