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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Let Me In was a 2010 romantic horror film remake about a 12-year-oldboy that developed a friendship with a vampire child, which was released on October 10th. The movie was mainly filmed in Albuquerque and Los Alamos, New Mexico. The film received highly positive reviews from critics, becoming one of the best critically reviewed films of 2010 and was placed on several critics' top-ten list. the film earned $24 million in box office revenue worldwide, of which $12 million was earned in the United States and Canada. Top 5 Best Movies Filmed in New Mexico Bless Me, Ultima was a 2013 film that was an adaption of the 1972 novel of the same name by Rudolfo Anaya that was released on February 22nd. The film takes place in New Mexico during WWII, about the relationship between a young man and an elderly medicine woman who helps him deal with the battle between good and evil that happens in his village. Filming took place in Abiquiu, Rowe, Las Vegas, and Santa Fe, New Mexico. Its Domestic Total Gross is $1,553,826. Gas Food Lodging is a 1992movie directed by Allison Andersabout a waitress trying to findromance while raising twodaughters in a trailer-park. The film was adapted from the novel Don't Look and It Won't Hurt by Richard Peck. The movie was filmed in Deming, New Mexico, Las Cruces, New Mexico and Tucson, Arizona. The Domestic Total Gross was $1,342,613. The Missing is a 2003 American Revisionist Western thriller film directed by Ron Howard, based on Thomas Eidson's 1996 novel The Last Ride. In 19th-century New Mexico, a father comes back home, hoping to reconcile with his adult daughter Maggie. But her own daughter is kidnapped, forcing father and estranged daughter to work together to get her back. Filming took place in Galisteo, Abiquiu, Zia Pueblo, Santa Fe, Santa Clara and Valles Caldera, New Mexico. The film earned mixed reviews from critics, earning it a 58%rating on Rotten Tomatoes with one critic calling it: "an expertly acted and directed Western." Philip French of The Observer referred to the film as Howards "finest film to date," and Michael Wilmington of the Chicago Tribune called it the "best and toughest western since Unforgiven." The Missing grossed $27,011,180 domestically and $11,353,097internationally for a worldwide total of $38,364,277 on a $60 million budget. Appaloosa is an American western based on the 2005 novel, Appaloosa, by crime writer Robert B. Parker. The movie was filmed in Santa Fe, NewMexico and Austin, Texas. The Domestic Total Gross was $20,211,394. Early reviews of Appaloosa from the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival were lukewarm. Brad Frenette of the National Post said "the film feels double its 114-minute running time, but Appaloosa redeems itself through unexpected moments of levity. The film appeared on some critics' top ten lists of the best films of 2008. Ray Bennett of The Hollywood Reporter named it the 8th best film of 2008, and Mike Russell of The Oregonian named it the 10th best film of 2008.
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