13 Classic Fall Movies To Watch As The Leaves Change
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As the weather cools down and it starts getting darker earlier, you might find yourself wanting to stay in and snuggle while watching a movie. Grab some essential fall snacks like cider and donuts and start going through this list of classic fall films.
Here are some of the best fall movies to watch this year (and every year):
1. Dead Poets Society
We really miss Robin Williams. This was one of his best movies. Set in the fall, the movie follows an English Teacher played by Williams as he inspires his students through poetry. It is inspiring, dramatic, and even humorous. It was released in 1989 and has won several awards, including an Oscar.
2. When Harry Met Sally
If you’re into cuddling and watching a romantic comedy, When Harry Met Sally is a classic. Also released in 1989, it was a love story set in New York City. Feel nostalgic as they walk through autumn leaves in Central Park.
3. You’ve Got Mail
If you’re really into romantic comedies, watch You’ve Got Mail next. It is kind of hilarious to see the technology from this time. The movie was released in 1998 and also set in New York City. If you’re wondering why this is fall-related, just read this quote from the movie: “Don’t you love New York in the fall? It makes me wanna buy school supplies. I would send you a bouquet of newly sharpened pencils if I knew your name and address.”
4. Scent of a Woman
In this 1992 drama starring Al Pacino, a prep school student gets a job watching over a blind man and learns life lessons. The movie poster shows a fall landscape and the movie is set in the fall with Thanksgiving looming.
5. St. Elmo’s Fire
Filmed in Washington D.C. in the fall, there are so many beautiful scenes of car rides through falling leaves and everyone in 1980s fall attire. This movie came out in 1985 and featured big names like Rob Lowe, Emilio Estevez, Judd Nelson, and Demi Moore.
6. Fly Away Home
If you’re looking for a family-friendly flick, try Fly Away Home. It follows a father-daughter duo who helps orphaned geese fly away for the winter. It is a feel-good fall movie that was released in 1996.
7. Good Will Hunting
Good Will Hunting is another essential fall and Robin Williams movie. Williams helps Matt Damon’s character find his calling and much of the movie is set in fall in New England. This film came out in 1997 and a lot of it was set at Harvard’s beautiful campus.
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