INDIANA (WANE) — While we can spot most big cities in movies, most never think to consider how the Hoosier State may be shown off in Hollywood.

Here are some movies set specifically in the Hoosier State!

The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT – Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley at Fox 2000 Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment celebration of the enormous success of “The Fault in Our Stars” with a dedication of a replica of the iconic bench from the film held at Fox Studios on Thursday, November 20, 2014, in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo by Alexandra Wyman/Invision for Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment/AP Images)

Set in Indianapolis, this film follows two teenagers with an unconventional meeting through a cancer support group. The film follows the journey of the two falling in love and the hardships of cancer not just in a blooming relationship but everyone who surrounds them.

A League of Their Own (1992)

Actress Lori Petty holds a baseball before throwing a ceremonial pitch before a baseball game between the Miami Marlins and Chicago Cubs, Sunday, June 25, 2017, in Miami. Petty was in the 1992 film A League of Their Own. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Taking place across Indiana and Chicago, A League of Their Own, baseball owners decide to start all-women teams to not let baseball go dormant while men are fighting in World War II. In the journey to find women for the teams, a scout comes across two sisters in Oregon. The story follows the sister’s journeys and the team as women in baseball along with the former baseball player, Jimmy Dugan, and his support for the sport after his career ended.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012)

Benjamin Walker, who plays the titular hero in the summer movie thriller ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER, gets in character to greet the sailors serving aboard the Navy aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln, in the Middle East. (Photo: Business Wire)

According to Rotten Tomatoes, while still a boy, Abraham Lincoln loses his mother to a vampire’s bite. He vows revenge, but fails in the attempt, narrowly escaping with his life. He is rescued by Henry (Dominic Cooper), a charismatic vampire hunter who instructs Abe in the fine art of dispatching bloodsuckers. Abe (Benjamin Walker) continues his fight against the undead well into adulthood and his presidency, making a last stand against the ultimate vampire foe (Rufus Sewell) on the eve of the Civil War’s defining battle.

A Christmas Story (1983)

**FILE** This Nov. 13, 2006 file photo shows a photo of the character Ralphie, played by actor Peter Billigsley, firing his Red Ryder air rifle from the classic movie “A Christmas Story” in the back yard of the house used in the filming of the movie in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta, FILE)

Set in the fictitious town of Hohman, Indiana, this cult classic follows Ralphie and his family through the holiday season. Following the short stories by Jean Shepard movie watchers can see Ralphie escape a bully, dream of a Red Ryder BB Gun and dressed up in a pink bunny suit, while his family experiences the woes of the holidays as a middle-class family.

A History of Violence (2005)

American actress Maria Bello, left, and American actor Viggo Mortensen arrive for the screening of “A History of Violence” directed by Canadian director David Cronenberg at the 58th international Cannes film festival, southern France, Monday, May 16, 2005. The film is in competition. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)

According to Rotten Tomatoes, when a pair of petty criminals attempt to rob his small-town diner, Tom Stall (Viggo Mortensen) quickly and easily kills them both. In the flush of news coverage of Tom’s seemingly heroic actions, a threatening stranger named Carl Fogarty (Ed Harris) comes to town, fingering the unassuming family man as long-missing Philadelphia mobster Joey Cusack. To the horror of his wife, Edie (Maria Bello), and teenage son, Jack (Ashton Holmes), Tom finds he must confront his violent past.

Hoosiers (1986)

FILE – In this Dec, 6, 1985, file photo actor Gene Hackman gives fictional Hickory High basketball players instructions during filming of the final game of the movie “Hoosiers” at Hinkle Fieldhouse on the Butler University campus in Indianapolis. Thirty years after the movie came out and six decades after Milan shocked the world with a 32-30 come-from-behind win over Muncie Central, the legacy of that team and those players has lasted longer than anyone could have imagined in 1954. (AP Photo/Tom Strickland, file)

Set in a small Indiana town, this film follows a failed college coach who is hired at a small high school to coach and direct the basketball program. The film explores the coach’s journey to develop a strong team while also fighting the town’s criticism for his temper and choice of assistant coach.

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)

A filmgoer takes a picture of the poster for “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” before a 40th Anniversary screening of the film at the Cinerama Dome on Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017, in Los Angeles. UFO enthusiasts are being drawn to a strange geological formation in Wyoming, similar to one depicted in the 1977 film. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

According to Rotten Tomatoes, this science fiction adventure is about a group of people who attempt to contact alien intelligence. Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfuss) witnesses an unidentified flying object and even has a “sunburn” from its bright lights to prove it. Roy refuses to accept an explanation for what he saw and is prepared to give up his life to pursue the truth about UFOs.

Over the Hedge (2006)

This undated handout image from “Over the Hedge” by DreamWorks shows RJ the raccoon (voiced by Bruce Willis), Vern the turtle (Garry Shandling), Hammy the squirrel (Steve Carell), the possums, Ozzie (William Shatner) and his daughter, Heather (Arvil Lavigne), the porcupine couple, Lou (Eugene Levy) and Penny (Catherine O’Hara), Stella the skunk (Wanda Sykes) and Gladys (Allison Janney). The animated film opens this weekend against the mega-movie “The Da Vinci Code.” (AP Photo/DreamWorks)

Set in the suburbs of Indiana, Over the Hedge, follows RJ, the raccoon, as he fools a family of woodland creatures into helping him replace food from a hungry bear. Verne, the tortoise and leader of the group, is suspicious at first but grows to love RJ even as he fools all the creatures to help him make peace with the bear and causes more trouble for the group with the humans they steal from.

Breaking Away (1979)

According to Rotten Tomatoes, Dave (Dennis Christopher) and his working-class friends Cyril (Daniel Stern), Moocher (Jackie Earle Haley) and Mike (Dennis Quaid) spend their post-high school days in Bloomington, Indiana, sparring with snooty students from the local university, chasing girls and–in Dave’s case–dreaming of competitive bicycle racing. The four friends face opposition from all corners as they decide to make Dave’s dreams come true in the university’s annual bicycle endurance race.

These are just some that made the list, but there are tons more that feature the “Crossroads of America.”