There's no question that movies have a significant impact on our lives. We always seem to have fond memories of certain movies that stick with us from childhood through adulthood and can always go back to them to put a smile on our faces.

Of course, many of these movies that conjure up these great memories are well-known by all. Countless memories have been made by huge movie franchises like Star Wars, Back to the Future, Jurassic Park, and many others.

However, sometimes the movies that impact us the most aren't blockbusters at all but are rather obscure films that may have been popular for a short period of time, often years in the past, that seem to have disappeared into obscurity over the years.

Curious, I posted a question on Facebook asking Western Colorado residents what movie falls into the category of being one that you love, while no one else seems to remember it at all.

Western Colorado Loves These Movies that Nobody Else Remembers

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Many of the films that made an impact on some Western Colorado residents but weren't as memorable for others were released many years ago.

A good chunk of these films like Legend, They Live, and The Warriors were released in the 1980s, while some like Blazing Saddles and Tommy were released even earlier in the 1970s.

However, Western Colorado residents named movies from more recent times as well. For example, Joe's Apartment was released in the 1990s, while movies like Idiocracy and Secondhand Lions were released closer to the turn of the century.

Keep scrolling to check out all of the responses below:

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