It’s no surprise that half the Indiana films list is sports related.
What is a surprise are the totally Hoosier movies that do not even feature one shot actually filmed in the state. Keep watching past the 10th choice for that list.
Other highlights of our chat include Sean Astin’s career choices, the best quote in A League of Their Own (SPOILER ALERT: it’s not about crying), the difference between F1 and Indy car racing and David Letterman’s best movie role.
Without further adieu, here are the best Indiana films.
#1 – Hoosiers (:50)
#2 – Rudy (2:00)
#3 – A League of Their Own (5:00)
#4 – Breaking Away (9:150
#5 – Knute Rockne, All American (11:15)
#6 – Winning (12:20)
#7 – The James Dean Story (14:10)
#8 – A Nightmare on Elm Street (15:30)
#9 – Public Enemies (18:00)
#10 – The Judge (19:30)
BONUS – A discussion of movies that SHOULD have been shot in Indiana. (20:35)
Did we miss one of your favorite Indiana films? Please let us know in the comments below.