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    Here Are The Most Popular Rom-Coms In Each State According To People Who Actually Live There

    Does your state love Pretty Woman, Crazy Rich Asians, or something else???

    Whether or not you're into Valentine’s Day, it's probably safe to say that everyone has a favorite rom-com. And now, thanks to the team at Comparitech, we can actually see what everyone's favorite romantic comedy is! Here are the most popular rom-coms in every state:

    1. Alabama: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

    Paramount Pictures

    Remember when Matthew McConaughey was, like, THE go-to actor for romantic comedies in the early 2000s? Kinda miss that, TBH.

    2. Alaska: The Proposal

    Disney

    I guess Alaska likes to keep the fun and romance close to home!

    3. Arizona: Clueless

    Paramount Pictures

    Paul Rudd really did make the dreamiest ex-stepbrother (I know, I know...that's still kinda weird).

    4. Arkansas: While You Were Sleeping

    Buena Vista Pictures

    A highly underrated Bill Pullman and Sandra Bullock starrer. Can we also talk about that VERY random (but VERY hilarious) paperboy scene???

    5. California: Clueless

    Paramount Pictures

    As IF it would be anything else.

    6. Colorado: Sixteen Candles

    Universal Pictures

    If anyone has Jake Ryan's number, can they pass it along to me? Thanks.

    7. Connecticut: Pretty Woman

    Buena Vista Pictures

    Anyone who doesn't love this movie is making a big mistake...BIG...HUGE!

    8. Delaware: Clueless

    Paramount Pictures

    People love Paul Rudd on both coasts; what can I say?

    9. District of Columbia: Four Weddings and a Funeral

    Rank Film Distributors

    OH, HUGH.

    10. Florida: Notting Hill

    Universal Pictures

    I'm just a girl standing in front of an audience, asking if you've seen this. Because if you haven't, better fix that STAT.

    11. Georgia: 500 Days of Summer

    Fox Searchlight Pictures

    Making people think shopping at Ikea is romantic since 2009.

    12. Hawaii: Crazy Rich Asians

    Warner Bros.

    You'd be ~crazy~ NOT to love this movie!

    13. Idaho: The Princess Bride

    20th Century Fox

    There's no one sexier than Cary Elwes in this movie. There, I said it.

    14. Illinois: Sixteen Candles

    Universal Pictures

    Considering how much of John Hughes' work is associated with Chicago, this isn't a huge surprise!

    15. Indiana: Jerry Maguire

    Sony

    The real question is, which is the more iconic romantic line: "You had me at hello" or "You complete me"?

    16. Iowa: The Philadelphia Story

    MGM

    Grant! Hepburn! Stewart! Need I say more???

    17. Kansas: You've Got Mail

    Warner Bros.

    Remember how excited everyone was when Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan teamed up for another rom-com?!

    18. Kentucky: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

    Paramount Pictures

    I see we have MORE McConaughey stans.

    19. Louisiana: Amélie

    UGC-Fox Distribution

    Is it the French influence? IDK, but I can say without a doubt that Louisiana has good taste in movies.

    20. Maine: Bridget Jones's Diary

    Miramax Films

    Can you even imagine having Hugh Grant and Colin Firth fighting over you???

    21. Maryland: Crazy, Stupid, Love

    Warner Bros.

    Ryan Gosling is the only person who can actually get away with saying, "You wanna get outta here?" and have it work.

    22. Massachusetts: Say Anything

    20th Century Fox

    Never underestimate the power of a boom box and a GREAT song.

    23. Michigan: His Girl Friday

    Columbia Pictures

    Keeping it classy up in the Great Lakes.

    24. Minnesota: His Girl Friday

    Columbia Pictures

    For the Midwest win!!

    25. Mississippi: Something's Gotta Give

    Sony Pictures Releasing

    Keanu Reeves as a doctor is what dreams are made of.

    26. Missouri: Say Anything

    20th Century Fox

    Lloyd Dobler: making hearts swoon across the country for over 30 years.

    27. Montana: What Women Want

    Paramount Pictures

    Apparently it never got better than Helen Hunt and Mel Gibson for Montana!

    28. Nebraska: There's Something About Mary

    20th Century Fox

    Aside from this being a cute movie, no one ever looked at hair gel the same way afterward.

    29. Nevada: Pretty Woman

    Buena Vista Pictures

    Can't argue with iconic.

    30. New Hampshire: The Wedding Singer

    New Line Cinema

    Could it be because Adam Sandler is from New Hampshire? JK; this is a kick-ass film and I just love it.

    31. New Jersey: Silver Linings Playbook

    The Weinstein Company

    An Academy Award–winning performance for J. Law in this one.

    32. New Mexico: My Big Fat Greek Wedding

    IFC Films

    I need more John Corbett in my life, TBH.

    33. New York: When Harry Met Sally

    Columbia Pictures

    OF COURSE.

    34. North Carolina: His Girl Friday

    Columbia Pictures

    I'm seeing a trend here...

    35. North Dakota: Knocked Up

    Universal Pictures

    Unplanned pregnancies and Seth Rogen!

    36. Ohio: The 40-Year-Old Virgin

    Universal Pictures

    "Hope you have a big trunk, 'cause I'm putting my bike in it!"

    37. Oklahoma: 50 First Dates

    Sony Pictures Releasing

    Guess y'all like your rom-coms with a dash of darkness.

    38. Oregon: The Princess Bride

    20th Century Fox

    "As you wish."

    39. Pennsylvania: Silver Linings Playbook

    The Weinstein Company

    I mean, it takes place in Pennsylvania...so it makes sense!

    40. Rhode Island: There's Something About Mary

    20th Century Fox

    Lots of local love for the Farrelly brothers.

    41. South Carolina: The Holiday

    Sony Pictures Releasing

    Nancy Meyers, you've done it AGAIN.

    42. South Dakota: Hitch

    Columbia Pictures

    OK, but who doesn't love Will Smith?

    43. Tennessee: As Good As It Gets

    Sony Pictures Releasing

    "You make me want to be a better man." Great line.

    44. Texas: 50 First Dates

    Sony Pictures Releasing

    *Cues up the Beach Boys.*

    45. Utah: Groundhog Day

    Columbia Pictures

    I'd happily watch this movie every day for the rest of my life. And if I ever found myself in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, I might have to!

    46. Vermont: Love Actually

    Universal Pictures

    I guess people in Vermont like to drive on Shag Highway.

    47. Virginia: Roman Holiday

    Paramount Pictures

    It doesn't get more romantic than Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck.

    48. Washington: 10 Things I Hate About You

    Buena Vista Pictures

    This movie is just too good to be true.

    49. West Virginia: Pretty in Pink

    Paramount Pictures

    But are you Team Blane or Team Duckie?

    50. Wisconsin: Bringing Up Baby

    RKO Radio Pictures

    Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant pull at your heartstrings again!

    51. Wyoming: Splash

    Buena Vista Distribution

    Darryl Hannah as a mermaid...Tom Hanks as the love interest...John Candy!! What ISN'T there to love about this classic?!

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