Friday, May 11, 2007

Brain blockage

My brain isn't working correctly for the last few days. I've been trying to come up with a list of five to ten of the best and worst movies to be filmed in around and/or about Oregon. I have a few but I'm trying to come up with a few more.

Anyone out there have any help? Got any favorites of frak ups from the beaver state?


Anonymous said...

Thanks for passing your brain blockage :P I have no idea! I don't pay attention to the state of filming that much. The only thing I can think of was a River Runs Through It...reminds me of an Oregon setting...from what I've seen in books at least. Never been there. One day...along with five bazillion other things...;)


FatalPierce said...

If only I would have passed it all on so it would burden me no longer! Though I suppose that wouldn't be entirely fair to you would it?

I have a soft spot for movies filmed around Oregon. Especially now that I don't live there anymore (I miss it a LOT).

I read somewhere once that Oregon is a great place for filming, you have four different climates to work with (City, forest, mountains, sandy beaches).

Anonymous said...

Awww. So thoughtful to not spread your brain blockage to me. Fair? Hmm..I suppose not but at least you'd be rid of it. LOL

I haven't quite figured out exactly where your choice of residence is. I was actually assuming the west coast, either OR or WA. Don't know why....maybe your addiction to coffee. LOL

Virginia is a bit like that..forest, mountains, city and sandy beaches..and supposedly you can get to either of them in about 2 hours. Though for some reason it takes me nearly 4 to get to the beach....go figure. LOL

Anonymous said...

Meant to say this, I did a little research and came across this site:

Every movie that has ever been shot on location in Oregon.

Having found out that The River Wild was shot there...I am now jealous of your home state. The scenery in the movie was STUNNING!! Grants Pass....Wow! :)