When it comes to the changing seasons I’ll admit, in the last couple of years, I’ve become a tiny bit bitter about the changing seasons. I am NOT a fan of summer because of the heat, but I loathe snow and bulky coats more so yeah, when we enter autumn, much as I adore the “feel” of the season, it’s a reminder that winter is that much closer. Perhaps this is why curling up on the couch with a cozy movie is such a good idea. Like we have for those past couple of years, we’re going to try and collect some perfect fall movies to watch. One of these years this will be impossible since we’ll just keep repeating. But I’m going to try to prevent this from happening this go round.🍂🍁11 PERFECT MOVIES TO WATCH SET DURING THE AUTUMN SEASON🍁🍂 A LIST OF MOVIES TO WATCH FOR #AUTUMN! WHICH HAVE YOU SEEN? #FALLMOVIES #MOVIES #MOVIELIST #MOVIESLIST #DREWBARRYMORE #GOODMOVIES #SADMOVIES #REESEWITHERSPOON Click To Tweet
Perhaps not as many as I would like in terms of the number, I do think I’ll find some titles that fit nicely. Plus, really, even if the list is getting or does grow small compared to prior lists, this gives us a chance to spotlight our prior season lists (down below). So if you’re looking for more, maybe you can find them there! Also, while many of these don’t celebrate the autumn season per se, they just have that autumn feel whether it’s because of how the stars are styled or the scenery. Either way, we love these for fall. Or at least that’s the goal.
So, read on and discover our titles for this year’s list, a collection that will, hopefully, offer a little something for everyone.
PERFECT FALL MOVIES TO WATCH
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BEFORE I FALL
About a group of teenagers who aren’t the nicest, when one of them begins to relive the same day over and over and over, she must learn the purpose for this. This is one of those films I didn’t watch for years because I also thought I’d read the book. Finally, just saw the film, and honestly, it’s not a great watch just because it’s very sad and moody. However, if that’s your vibe, you may like this Lauren Kate film. Find digitally on Amazon Video; or with a Showtime add on
I didn’t finish watching this, but so far it’s a little out there, but weirdly fun. Drew Barrymore teams with Ben Stiller in this film about a couple who decide to buy in Brooklyn only their perfect place is a duplex that comes with a long term and rent controlled elderly Irish upstairs neighbor. Find DVD on Amazon; or at publication, digitally it’s with Pluto TV
PG-13: sexual humor (implied sex), some profanity
THE FAULT IN OUR STARS
Bittersweet in all the wrong (or maybe, right?) kind of ways, The Fault in Our Stars is the famous adaptation of John Green’s novel. The film follows two ill teenagers who find a friendship they never expected only to become the unexpected. Find digitally on Amazon Video
PG-13: sexual innuendo, thematic elements, and language
Based on Jenny B. Jones novel (yes, we have a lot of adaptations this list!) called There You’ll Find Me, this follows a girl who travels to Ireland before starting college. Hoping to discover the country her brother loved and healing, what she doesn’t expect is friendship and a boy she cannot forget. Find digitally on Amazon Video
Gayle Forman wrote this novel, and this is the adaptation for this one. It follows a girl who is in a bad accident only to be in a kind of coma that leaves her in this subconscious state of “will I” or “won’t I” stay as her friends rally and ask her to stay. Find digitally on Amazon Video
A couple of lists I saw had this one on it. Not sure what the aesthetic of this one is, but if the images are anything to go by, I get the autumn vibe. I did see this one years ago, but please don’t ask me to remember that kind of detail. All I know is this is based on a novel and follows a girl and the story of her journey into adulthood, and the many missed opportunities to maybe be with the best friend who could be the love of her life. Find digitally on Amazon Video; or with a Starz add on
R: this one has sexual content, humor, and profanity.
One of Kiera Knightley’s roles before she was Kiera Knightley (meaning having made a name), this is one of those Wonderful World of Disney films that is supremely entertaining. It follows the idea that Robin Hood had a daughter and her determined quest for her role as a girl not to interfere with her joining her father. Find the DVD on Amazon
REMEMBER THE TITANS
Almost anything about a football coach or some other football inspirational story is a good bet during the fall season. Same can be said for Disney’s Remember the Titans. It’s been years since last I would have seen it, but it’s one of those feel good stories ultimately about goodness and triumph. Find digitally on Amazon Video
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There are COUNTLESS adaptations of this fable! The one I saw on an information list was Kevin Costner’s ‘Prince of Thieves’ subtitle. But there’s the more recent 2018 adaptation or 2010’s, there’s multiple adaptations. Overall, the story of a man who starts a crusade to steal from the wealthy and give to the poor seems a good fall movie, right? Even if only because of the setting (in the woods). Search ‘Robin Hood’ digitally on Amazon Video
An information list put this one on it. Not sure how accurate this is, but Runaway Bride does have some autumn scenes if I remember plus we love a fun Julia Roberts movie, right? Find digitally on Amazon Video
SWEET HOME ALABAMA
Set approximately in August (and into September, perhaps), this Reese Witherspoon is a great add. Especially considering most of the cast is styled in jackets for most of the scenes. Just feels like a nice autumn film which follows a woman who must return to her roots in order to obtain a divorce from someone she’s been separated from for seven years. Find digitally on Amazon Video
PG-13: sexual humor and profanity
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