best movies to watch in the fall

A few years ago I shared some of my favorite Christmas movies here, and I thought I might try doing the same for fall!  This time of year, especially when it hasn’t yet cooled down in California, I find myself lighting an autumn candle and popping in a movie that gives me those crisp fall feels.

I realized when putting this together that apparently Julia Roberts and Meg Ryan lead the pack. Queens!  Stepmom might be my #1 in this lineup, but the others are close behind. Silver Linings Playbook makes me so happy, and Bradley Cooper isn’t too bad to look at either.

Do you have any movies you find yourself watching this time of year? Some others I love are Notting Hill and Little Women. I’ve never seen St. Elmo’s Fire but I’ve heard it’s a good one to! Would love to hear any recommendations.

And last but least, thank you so much to the sweet feedback from my career profile on Sunday at The Everygirl! I’m such a huge fan of the site, have been reading it for years and loved sharing some insight into the questions I’m frequently asked about blogging full-time. I hope it was helpful to some of you guys!

Thank you so much for reading! XO –

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13 thoughts on “Favorite Fall Movies

  1. Great fall movie picks! I know it may not be a Fall movie, but Julia Roberts in Eat Pray Love is brilliant! I’m more watching Halloween movies rather than Fall movies but I love the vibe from them. And I can’t tell you how excited I was when I saw your profile in Everygirl. I’ve been following them for a while and love their stuff. Congrats!


  2. I am ashamed to say that I have only seen two of these… which actually works out really well because these cooler evenings have made me want to snuggle up and watch some Netflix so I will have to see which of these I can find on there!!

    I always tend to watch the same movies over and over, and this season is basically prime for movie-watching so some of my favorites you might check out are: A Good Year, The Good Guy, and Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong!

    xo Mary-Katherine

  3. No fall movie list is complete without “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”. It takes me straight back to my childhood!

  4. I was just talking about the movie Step Mom and The Holiday with Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz super sweet underrated film. Congratulations on being featured on The Every girl!
    Keri Elaine

  5. Girl, ALL the yasss to Dead Poet’s Society. Such a great film, and one of my favorite roles by Robert Willaims! 🙂 Love your blog!

  6. Don’t know if you’ve seen/heard of this one but Sweet November with Charlize Theron & Keanu Reeves is one of my fall go-to movies. And, of course, The Blind Side!

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