Fall is a magical season. Watching movies is one of the best ways to feel the season’s vibe, but it’s not just any random movie. From movies shot in the fall season to those that encapsulate the magic of the apple-picking season, there are different movies to help you enjoy this season. So, grab your blankets and get right into these five movies.
“Crossing Delancey” is one movie that preserves New York’s past era. Directed by Joan Micklin Silver, the 1988 movie is about a young woman, Isabella (played by Amy Irving). She was a New Yorker living her life. So what’s her story?
Isabella’s grandmother tried several times to set her up with a decent Jewish boy but always resisted. However, it turned out that her grandmother was right about Sam Posner, the pickle salesman in the Lower East. There is nothing not to like about this movie.
Silver Linings Playbook
“Silver Linings Playbook” is one of those movies that you can’t put under a single group; it’s a love story, a football movie, a mental health movie, and even a dance competition. However, this doesn’t make the 2012 movie less exciting to watch.
The movie was shot in the fall season. so you can be sure of feeling all the fall vibes even after watching. With Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper as the main characters, the movie will take your fall movie experience up a notch.
“Knives Out” is the fall movie for you if you’re a fan of thrillers or crime movies. The 2019 movie reminds us in a captivating way that family gatherings can be so dramatic. Starring Chris Evans, Ana De Armas, and Jamie Lee Curtis, you already know it’s superb.
The movie follows the story of Harlan Thrombey, a successful crime novelist who was suddenly killed, making his relatives suspects. The story is a bit tricky since his relatives were coveting his fortune.
Sprinkle a bit more magic into the magical season with this iconic movie. “Practical Magic” is about the Owens family, a tightly-knit family endowed with magical powers passed down several generations. Here comes the fun- there’s a catch to the magic.
While the men of the Owens family don’t have any burden to bear, women like Sarah and Gillian (depicted by Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman) are cursed. The men they love will face an untimely death. The 1998 movie shows the women’s attempts to remove the curse.
If you’re familiar with Jane Austen’s novels like “Persuasion” and “Pride & Prejudice,” you’ll know how the iconic author puts women at the forefront. “Clueless” is a modern adaptation of one of Austen’s books, “Emma”, spanning a school year in California.
The main character regards herself as a good matchmaker until her meddling causes turmoil. Then, she discovered that she still had a lot to learn. Released in 1995, it’s a story of unraveling and self-discovery that will keep your eyes glued to your screen.