Vudu has put together the list of the most popular Holiday movies in each state. In our very own state of Tennessee, they have revealed that Chrismas at Dollywood is the most popular film. Honestly, this comes as no surprise regarding the icon that Dolly Parton is.
See below and check out the rest of the list from VUDU.
LOS ANGELES (December 6, 2021) — Hoping to celebrate the holiday spirit with a festive movie at home and enjoy some local pride at the same time? Vudu, the on-demand streaming service from Fandango, can help with a new holiday movie map revealing the local favorites for top holiday films set in each of the 50 United States. The map can be found at Fandango.com and Vudu’s playlist can be found here.
“There’s something about seeing your own home state portrayed on film that makes you warm and cozy and helps usher in the holiday spirit,” says Fandango Managing Editor Erik Davis. “As fans search for the perfect holiday movies to watch this season on Vudu, this map offers a fun way to not only discover hidden gems, but to also explore the country through a host of holiday-themed movies.”
Fandango’s Vudu surveyed thousands of film fans across the United States in November to discover their local favorite holiday flicks set in their states. Genres stretched from romantic comedies to kids’ flicks to action-adventure to Hallmark and Lifetime titles, and the winning titles can be watched on Vudu here.
Some of the better-known holiday movies picked by fans as the top choices depicting their home states include:
- Arizona: Bad Santa (Billy Bob Thornton)
- California: Die Hard (Bruce Willis)
- Florida: Ernest Saves Christmas (Jim Varney)
- Georgia: A Madea Christmas (Tyler Perry)
- Illinois: Home Alone (Macaulay Culkin)
- Indiana: A Christmas Story(Melinda Dillon)
- Louisiana: Last Holiday (Queen Latifah)
- Maryland: Home for the Holidays (Holly Hunter)
- Missouri: Meet Me in St. Louis(Judy Garland)
- Massachusetts: Little Women (Saoirse Ronan)
- Nebraska: I’ll Be Home for Christmas(Jonathan Taylor Thomas)
- Minnesota: Jingle All the Way(Arnold Schwarzenegger)
- Pennsylvania: Trading Places (Eddie Murphy)
- New Hampshire: Eight Crazy Nights (animated, Adam Sandler)
- New York: Elf (Will Ferrell)
- Vermont: White Christmas (Bing Crosby)
Do you agree? What are your favorite holiday films?