Monday, October 09, 2017

10 Films To Watch Autumn


Hey lovelies, now that the weather is getting colder and it's the best time to get a blanket out and watch some movies, I've got some suggestions for you!

Everything, Everything (2017)

Whilst this is a new release, it is one of my favourites. Maddy a young teen girl is unable to leave her house because of a lifelong illness she suffers with, and has no contact with the outside world really until Olly moves in next door. By texting and talking through windows the two build a bond that is undeniable. It's an amazing film whilst slow in places it's my favourite film release of the year.

The Holiday (2006)

Whilst The Holiday is technically a Christmas film, I like to watch it on the run up to the festive season because it's one of the only things that gets me excited for Christmas. For those that haven't seen the film, two women one british, one american swap houses for the festive season to escape their exes and each find new romance.

Harry Potter (2001 - 2011)

Now I'm not going to qoute just one Harry Potter film here because who could pick just one? I know I couldn't. I find the series of films perfect to watch on cold evenings with a blanket and hot chocolate because who doesn't love magic? My personal favourite to watch is the fourth of sixth film.


500 Days of Summer (2009)

This film is one I watch every year when summer is over, I adore it. It's such a sad and beautiful film Tom who is a greeting card maker gets dumped by his girlfriend Summer dumps him and he reflects upon the 500 days that they spent together. I have so many feelings about this film because I love and hate it at the same time.

10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

This is a classic and if you haven't watched it, then you need too. Kat's family have a house rule that her younger sister can't date until Kat finds a partner, she soon meets Patric and abrasive teenager quite like herself and they hit it off. I recommend watching this film forever.

You Drive Me Crazy (1999)

This might simply be my favourite film of all time because it's amazing. Nicole and Chase are neighbours that used to be friends but grew apart as they grew up. Both want to make a love interest jealous/win them back and the two work together to do so, becoming friends once again and maybe even something more.

Me and Earl and The Dying Girl (2015)

This film is heartbreaking, if you're thinking of watching it then take a box of tissues because you will cry and your emotions may never be the same again. An awkward high school boy/budding film maker Tom and ill class mate Olivia become best friends.

Gerald's Game (2017)

Netflix recently produced a remake to the Stephen King film, and it is not one to be missed. It is an amazing re-production, Jessie and her husband go on a remote getaway to spice up their sex life and whilst Jessie is handcuffed to the bed, her husband has a heart attack and dies leaving her tied to the bed, and she must fight to escape to survive. I highly recommend this if you love suspense/horror movies.

The Nightmare before Christmas (1993)

This is an absolute classic film, and one of my favourite animated films. Jack the Pumpkin King from the town of Halloweentown becomes bored and tired of annually scaring people. This changes when he stumbles upon Christmastown and decided that he wants to rule this town too. He steals Santa Claus and the adventure begins.

The Addams Family (1991)

A man comes to the Addams family home claiming to be Fester the long lost brother of Gomez Addams. Morticia Addams suspects that something isn't right and this is proved correct when Fester gets them evicted from the family home and it is suspected he is after the Addams family fortune.

So these are just 10 film suggestions, let me know in the comments what your favourite films to watch in autumn are.



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