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5 Autumn Films to Watch Now

Hi Readers & Friends,

Today is a different sort of post. I wanted to create a playlist of the best Autumnal films to cosy up with. When I think of Autumn I think blankets, hot chocolates, mulled wine, films and general hygge.
These are the films I'll be rewatching over the next couple of weeks.


"For in dreams, we enter a world that is entirely our own."
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The Halloween scenes, the pumpkins, the autumnal colour palette... I already watched this again at the weekend and it was great.


"Her new boyfriend has an incredibly long neck. Just thinking about giraffes makes me angry."
Submarine is an independent film set in the UK about a boy and a girl... it's a strange coming of age film, but it's classic dry British humour and I love it.


"If you ride like lightning, you're going to crash like thunder."
Place Beyond The Pines is a dark and heavy watch, filled with raw emotions and an amazing performance by Ryan Gosling. Overall, family is the key theme here.


"Live boldly. Push yourself. Don't settle."
Me Before You is another British film with an abundance of crazy autumn jumpers. About a girl who becomes a carer for a disabled man. Have the tissues at the ready - I knew what I was in for having read the book but it's still an emotional ride.


"I'm just a happy camper! Rockin' and a-rollin'"
American Psycho - Another classic recreation, this time based on Brett Easton Ellis's novel. It keeps your head spinning the entire way through - Patrick Bareman is the ultimate psychopathic character.


"One of those slovenly farmers is probably wearing my tail for a necktie."
Fantastic Mr Fox. I had to include a Wes Anderson film. Infamous for his aesthetic and colour palettes, this rework of Roald Dahl's wiley story is perfect for anyone who enjoys exciting visuals, whilst retaining Anderson's strange and slightly creepy signature touch.


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