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Can you pick the stops in this 9,451 mile roadtrip across America, as represented in film?
Updated Oct 4, 2013
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Movie Road Trips
Start your journey in the city most associated with film in America. From the walk of fame to Mann's Chinese Theater. The city of Chinatown, Terminator and Rebel Without a Cause
Now hit the road south to find the city Ron Burgundy told to **** itself in Anchorman (don't do that) and avoid the escaped dinosaurs from Ingen's second failed theme park
Head east across the desert to America's most populous state capital, and say hi to Marion Crane from Psycho, or perhaps Bella from Twilight before she headed to Forks
Now head north to the sinful city of The Hangover, Casino, and Bugsy. Take advantage of free valet parking everywhere and try your luck at the slots.
Make like Elizabeth Shue and leave Las Vegas. Drive to the city by the bay of Vertigo, Dirty Harry, and Milk. And put some flowers in your hair, would you? Thanks
Tired of the fog? Well too bad -- your next stop is north to where Tom Hanks was Sleepless and Naomi Watts saw creepy videotapes, and it's positively shrouded in fog
Put a lot of gas in the tank - you've got to go a long way. You need to see if Cary Grant was correct about the way a stone Teddy Roosevelt was looking at him in North by Northwest
Hit the road again -- you're continuing south through the heartland to the land of plentiful steaks and director Alexander Payne. Check out the city of Election and About Schmidt
Don't dawdle in Nebraska! You need to get South to this city to meet up with Fess Parker, John Wayne, and Billy Bob Thornton. They're all still defending the Alamo
Now mosey east down I-10 if you would, please, to the Big Easy. You've got to meet a Bad Lieutenant in his port of call, say hi to some pelicans (briefly) and Princess Tiana
The Big Easy was a blast but Tom Hanks needs a package delivered to his home from Cast Away. Watch out for those evil lawyers from The Firm though
Assuming you escaped from the evil lawyers, go north to the city of famous fugitive Harrison Ford. If you need a lift, I hear The Blues Brothers are great drivers
Have time to check out a KISS concert? Head to this 'Rock City,' even if it's in a bit of a decline, and if you prefer rap to rock, check out 8 Mile instead
Rock is awesome: go now to its Hall of Fame. Spinal Tap couldn't find the stage here but you will. Also, see the team from Major League and Harvey Pekar from American Splendor
Love former steel, (or Steeler if you will) towns? Good! Your next stop is terrific for Wallflowers, Wonder Boys, Flashdancers, and people seeking Mysteries.
Hungry yet? Head to this city's Anchor Bar and get some wings. 66 of them, perhaps, in honor of Vincent Gallo? Watch out for an Almighty newscaster named Bruce though
Still hungry? Let's check out Wahlbergers! Maybe we can watch our favorite scenes from The Departed, or Mystic River, or Gone Baby Gone
Boston was great. Let's check out its little brother to the South, seen on screen in Dumb and Dumber, There's Something About Mary, and Me Myself and Irene.
Providence was super but a little small. Let's rectify that big time...Big Apple Time! Breakfast at Tiffany's, 42nd Street, and more Woody Allen than you could shake a stick at!
I bet you need some uplift. Let's make like Rocky and go to this city's art museum. Maybe we'll see Harrison Ford before he heads to Amish country, or Dan Aykroyd Trading Places
Say 'good morning' to this city from Hairspray, or stop by the famous Diner and chat with Steve Guttenberg. Avoid their mental hospital though, as Hannibal Lecter's there
Mr. Smith came to this city and rooted out corruption. But you should just see the sights. Like Clint Eastwood getting In The Line of Fire, or the famous steps in The Exorcist
Wait -- this road trip is almost over and you haven't had a romance! Go to Nicholas Sparks-ville, a charming Southern city where Dear John and The Notebook are set.
Speaking of love stories, check up on Scarlett and see if she's survived this city's burning. On the plus side, if she got sick, youve got the CDC base from Outbreak or Contagion
Your road trip is at an end in this magic city. Goldfinger cheated in cards here, Ace Ventura found a missing dolphin, and Al Pacino found that the world was his in Scarface
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