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With spooky season coming to a close, here are some of my favorite movies to watch during the remainder of fall. 

  1. Fantastic Mr.Fox

 I don’t think there’s a film in the world of cinema that radiates more of a fall feeling than Fantastic Mr. Fox. Wes Anderson’s’s first stop-motion film radiates that autumnal vibe with his usage of warm tones from the trees to the ground and even with the animals at the center of this film.

  1.  Every Harry Potter Movie

This seven-part series is the perfect fall binge watch. There’s nothing better than curling up with a blanket, a cup of tea, and a little treat while enjoying some Harry Potter with all its magic and whimsy. 

  1. Dead Poets Society 

If you are a fan of fall, poetry, friendship, and bromances, Dead Poets Society is the film for you. Although heartbreaking to say the least, this film fits perfectly into this autumn nostalgia we all dream of during this time, taking place at a Vermont boarding school during fall. Also, Neil and Todd were in love, you can’t convince me otherwise.

  1. When Harry Met Sally

Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal’s chemistry drives Nora Ephron’s classic romcom, but the charming autumn setting doesn’t hurt either. You can practically feel the chilly air between the Manhattan streets covered in leaves and Ryan’s skillfully layered outfits.

  1. Mystic Pizza

Listen, if the foundation of a romantic comedy isn’t strong, the movie wouldn’t be converted into a stage musical with a score by Melissa Etheridge more than 20 years after its premiere. 

  1. You’ve Got Mail

 There’s a feeling of warmth as soon as The Cranberries’ “Dreams” starts playing, and Meg Ryan waxes wonderfully about the beauty of Manhattan during fall. It’s difficult to oppose the savvy appeal of a Norah Ephron film, yet add a few shrewd turtlenecks and unending sparkle lights, and our number one AOL-driven film is basically evident.

Lilah Rivera

San Francisco '27

Hi! My name is Lilah. I am from San Diego, CA and I am a first year dietetics major at SFSU