As soon as September hits, we packed up the best fall aesthetic movies for fall-lovers. Hopefully, you will have such enjoy moments with the movies on this list!
Fall, the home of the two best holidays on Earth, Halloween and Thanksgiving, is when the leaf-changing season signals more than just weather shifting in our favor on the horizon, when we go back to school, award season is closer, jeans are embraced fully, and the air is full and so crisp, you wish you could bottle it. A season like this deserves enough films to mark the special three-month occasion, and thankfully Hollywood has delivered. Below, 11 of the most fall aesthetic movies to be enjoyed under a duvet/before gallivanting in some foliage.
Coco – One Of Best Movies With Fall Vibes
Let’s start the list of fall aesthetic movies with Coco!
What better way to celebrate fall and the Day of the Dead (November 1-2) than to gather the whole family together and watch the story of Miguel as he finds himself in the colorful Land of the Dead, joined by a sidekick Hector on his mission to meet his idol, famed late guitarist Ernesto de la Cruz. This is a wonderful story about the love and value of family. Stream now on Disney+.
Next up to in the list of fall aesthetic movies, let’s follow along into Amelie’s imagination and real-world interactions with the quirky people she meets in her day-to-day life in Paris. This movie is bound to inspire a new sense of seeing the world and the people around you, and it’s worth seeing for the soundtrack and art direction alone.
Spooky movies are something that couldn’t be missed during the Fall season. So, we will introduce you to one of the best cozy scary movies, Hocus Pocus. Set in scenic Salem in late October, this cult classic is about three witches who come back from the dead after 300 years.
E.T., The Extra-Terrestrial
This touching tale of an alien who gets left behind on Earth takes viewers on a roller coaster of emotions—fright, sadness, and laughter (remember when the kids dress him up as a ghost on Halloween?!).
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
This list of fall aesthetic movies couldn’t be completed without any Harry Potter film. And the first part of the whole franchise is what we think fits the fall vibe perfectly.
Let’s dive into the magic world with Harry Potter, an eleven-year-old orphan, who discovers he is a wizard and is invited to study at Hogwarts. Even as he escapes a dreary life and enters a world of magic, he finds trouble awaiting him.
Good Will Hunting
Watch Will Hunting (played by Matt Damon) learn to embrace his genius IQ—with a little help from a passionate psychology professor (played by Robin Williams)—in this movie set in beautiful Cambridge, Massachusetts.
If there could be a Little Women for every season (and truly, there could), then Greta Gerwig’s 2019 version would be the version to watch in fall. Her textures, color choices, and narrative pacing all lend itself to curling up on a crisp autumn day to watch your friends Jo, Beth, Amy, and Meg as they experience love and death, and pursue dreams in the midst of their Civil War-era Concord, Massachusetts, community.
Murder on the Orient Express
After some cozy movie vibe, let’s break up to a thriller one which is perfect for the dull weather of Fall.
Agatha Christie is at her best in this story of murder, intrigue, and a web of interconnected characters traveling on a train together from Istanbul to Paris. As far as movie versions go, the 1974 version by director Sydney Lumet is far superior to its 2017 counterpart, boasting stars like Lauren Bacall, Sean Connery, Ingrid Bergman, and Albert Finney as the titular Hercule Poirot.
Legends Of The Fall
The golden hues of Brad Pitt’s hair and the big skies of Montana are sure to conjure up some fall feelings when you watch this epic drama about three brothers growing up with their widowed father on the frontiers of turn of the 20th Century Montana.
Scent of a Woman
Prep-school student Charlie is looking to earn some money for a trip home for Christmas. He gets more than he bargains for when he ends up “babysitting” a challenging blind war vet in New York City on Thanksgiving.
Free-spirited Sara has one month—no more, no less—to change ego-centric, workaholic Nelson’s life. When it’s time to say goodbye, they both discover they don’t want to.
Sweet November brings us to the end of fall aesthetic movies. Thank you for reading!
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