The labor day weekend has passed, and now it is safe to say that fall is just around the corner. We can already feel the magic in the air, the leaves have already started to turn golden and the sweaters will soon come out. Autumn officially arrives on the 22nd of September, and in the spirit of celebrating it, you can either go outside and breathe in the crisp air or watch films that are set during this season.
We know, you must be looking for perfect movies to get you in the spirits of this magical time of the year. Well, you are at the right place because we have put together a list of all the classic fall movies that give autumn vibes perfectly.
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Having said that, grab your pumpkin spice latte and take out that cozy blanket because it is time to get you in the spirits of fall by watching the movies mentioned below.
Dead Poet’s Society (1989)
If there is any movie that reminds us of back-to-school season, then it is definitely Dead Poet’s Society. This film shows one of the most inspiring performances by Robin Williams. Keating (Williams) is a new teacher at an all-boys school, and immediately after his hiring, he begins to inspire his students to let go of traditional beliefs and start putting their interests first.
The whole movie gives off autumnal and dark academia vibes, which is perfect for you to kick-start the fall season.
When Harry Met Sally (1989)
Crunchy leaves, cashmere sweaters, New York City, and Meg Ryan, this film is an archetype of what a fall movie should look like. It takes us on a ride with Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan) as their relationship turns from just friends to something more through the course of years.
Its most famous scene in Central Park on an autumn day makes you want to take a trip to the Big Apple this fall.
Edward Scissorhands (1990)
Tim Burton really knows how to deliver a movie with the right amount of fall feels and Edward Scissorhands is a perfect example of it. The film gives off creepy vibes to get you in the spirit of Halloween. And what could ever go wrong with Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder as an onscreen couple? Absolutely nothing! This power couple keeps us entertained till the credits roll.
An animated human being with scissors in place of hands falls for a teenage girl (Ryder), but despite his kindness, Edward’s hands make him an outcast.
You’ve Got Mail (1998)
“Don’t you love New York in the fall?” – Nora Ephron
The film is set in a time when New York City is at its dreamiest. You’ve Got Mail is a romantic comedy that tells us the story of two people, who in real life absolutely despise each other, but when they anonymously meet online, sparks begin to fly.
With this film, you can get lost in the nostalgic days of AOL, and experience the classic “enemies turn lovers” trope in the most unexpected way possible.
Autumn in New York (2000)
The title says it all, this NYC love story is based on our favorite pumpkin season but just a heads up, you might need a box of tissue to get through this one. Will Keane (Richard Gere) is a famous playboy and a celebrity chef in New York City. However, a chance encounter with Charlotte (Winona Ryder) changes everything, especially when he starts to fall in love with her only to find out that Charlotte only has a few months to live.
Sweet Home Alabama (2002)
A “fall movie” list is incomplete without at least one of Reese Witherspoon’s iconic films. Melanie (Witherspoon) is a fashion designer in New York City. After getting engaged to her long-time boyfriend (Patrick Dempsey), she decides to go back to her hometown to get divorced from her high school sweetheart and a husband who hasn’t signed the papers in seven years.
Sweet Home Alabama is all about crispy air, cute romance, and quirky lead.
Trick ‘r Treat (2007)
The film is framed by the night that is the epitome of the fall season – Halloween. An anthology, Trick ‘r Treat follows the lives of different residents of the fictional town of Warren Valley, Ohio. The movie is shot in a nonlinear narrative where several characters cross paths with each other and ghouls on the night of Halloween.
If you associate fall with a spooky time of the year, then watching this movie will get you in the mood right away.
Knives Out (2019)
Chris Evans in a cable knit sweater and a murder mystery? Seems like we have found just the perfect fall movie. With a stellar cast and lots of twists, Knives Out is truly worth giving a watch. Also, the whodunit plot is exactly what we all need to prepare ourselves for the sweater weather before it arrives.
Knives Out are about a wealthy and aged writer who suddenly dies under strange circumstances and now, everyone is a suspect in the murder.
Leaves are falling and the temperature is dropping, which means it is finally the time to put on our favorite hoodies and cuddle up with our cozy blankets to have a binge-watch session. Therefore, check out our autumn-inspired list of movies as they are certainly going to transport you to your favorite season before it even arrives.
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