Now is the perfect time to catch up on some movies filmed in the United States, so you can feel like you're visiting more than just the kitchen. These eight films shot in Colorado give us just another reason to visit the Rocky Mountain state. You can settle in for a cozy movie marathon and check out all these funny, spooky, and flat out entertaining movies, compliments of this beautiful state.
*Catch And Release
Why You Need To Watch It: This sweet nod to lost love and new relationships is perfect for a night in snuggled up with your favorite wine, plus it will have you planning a trip to Boulder.
Dumb And Dumber
Why You Need To Watch It: This one might be obvious, but as it is one of the most quoted films to date, we felt like it needed a mention. It shows the gorgeous backdrops of Aspen and the countryside in between their hometown along their epic road trip.
Blades Of Glory
Why You Need To Watch It: Anything with Will Ferrell has our vote, and this ice-skating parody of two disgraced skaters will have you wishing you lived in Colorado for all the winter sports.
Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade
Why You Need To Watch It: This one was shot in several places and is the perfect action/adventure to get ready for summer!
Die Hard 2
Why You Need To Watch It: This film is a must-see just because of the epic franchise, but it was shot in both Denver and Breckenridge, perfect for a movie marathon.
Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid
Why You Need To Watch It: All of the robbery scenes take place at the Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad in Durango during this legendary Outlaw film.
The Hateful Eight
Why You Need To Watch It: Even if you're not a Tarantino fan, this Western film set after the Civil War will keep you glued to the screen (and grateful you're snuggled under a blanket instead of in the snowy mountains).
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
Why You Need To Watch It: A Christmas classic, this features scenes in several locations, including Breckenridge and Silverthorne.
*This article has been updated.