Does anybody else get bothered when a movie is set in a certain place...
...but looks absolutely nothing like the real-life location?
Like most movies set in Texas are almost always filmed in the desert, even though less than 10% of Texas is geographically considered to be of desert climate? The X-Files Movie is the most egregious offender in this example, where Dallas is shown to be in an arid sandy desert. I guess nobody on the set of that $80 million production could look up that Dallas is actually located in a green, hilly region nowhere near a desert? Same with The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3, which shows a massive cactus-filled desert just "three hours from Houston". Houston is located between the Gulf Of Mexico, green farmland, and the dense piney woods. The original TCM was filmed in Texas and is NOT in the desert.
Any other geography nerds get peeved by stuff like this? It happens pretty often.