North Dakota isn't exactly a film hub like Georgia has made itself and Montana is looking to do, but it has had its share of flicks filmed inside its borders.

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Here are the most notable, followed by the worst the state has to offer, according to Rotten Tomatoes.

The Best: 

Without a doubt, it has to go to Fargo.

While the Cohen Brothers classic may have misguided most of the nation on how North Dakotan's actually sound, its status as a cult classic, as well as the success of the recent TV series, have only added to it's assentation to the top of the list.

Fargo (1996)

Critics: 94%

Audience: 92%

Violent, quirky, and darkly funny, Fargo delivers an original crime story and a wonderful performance by McDormand. Read critic reviews

A Different American Dream (2017)

Only for critic and no audience reviews were in for this entry, with three out of the four calling it rotten


Jesus Camp (2006): Documentary

Critics: 88%

Audience: 80%

Evangelical indoctrination is given an unflinching, even-handed look in this utterly worthwhile documentary. Read critic reviews

The Overnighters (2014): Docudrama

Critics: 97%

Audience: 85%

Hard-hitting, absorbing, and painfully relevant, The Overnighters offers an urgent and compassionate picture of life in 21st-century America. Read critic reviews

Valley of Bones - 2017

Audience: 71%

Only two critic scores are reregistered in this slasher that received very little fanfare.

Welcome to Leith (2015): Documentary

Critics: 96%

Audience: 75%

As disturbing as it is thought-provoking, Welcome to Leith offers an uncomfortable and essential glimpse into a part of society many Americans would much rather ignore. Read critic reviews

American Honey 

Critics: 79%

Audience 63%

American Honey offers a refreshingly unconventional take on the coming-of-age drama, whose narrative risks add up to a rewarding experience even if they don't all pay off. Read critic reviews

Buick Riveria (2008)

There were no critical ratings or consensus, but the few audiences who saw it scored it at 60%.
The Worst Movie Filmed in North Dakota Goes To:

Wooly Boys (2001)

You would think that a movie with Kris Kristofferson, Peter Fonda, and the Daniel Baldwin of the Carradine family, Keith Carradine, would have more than faint nostalgia for some.

Audience: 63%

The Cowboy comedy may not have the lowest Tomato Score on the list, but it does have over a thousand audience reviews to give a little credence to it being a sub-par movie.

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