17 Movies Set in the Fall to Watch With a Warm and Spicy Latte
Fall is here, which means we can finally ditch our flip-flops and sunscreen for cozy scarfs and spicy lattes. And when it comes to entertainment, we have to put away our old copy of The Sandlot for another year, because there's nothing quite like watching movies set in the Fall during Fall. From classics like When Harry Met Sally to less traditional favorites likes Road Trip, there are few things we love more than burying ourselves under blankets, letting the crisp breeze fly through the open windows, and hunkering down to press play.
Dead Poets Society
Back to school? Yep. Uniforms? Yep. Beautiful Fall foliage? Yep.
You've Got Mail
Everyone knows there's nowhere like New York City in the Fall, and this film perfectly captures the charm hidden around every street corner.
There's an unmatched energy when it comes to college campuses in the Fall. Football season is in full swing, warm coffee dates are had in the quad, and one underdog does everything he can to make his dreams come true.
From pledging fraternities to throwing back-to-school parties to pulling epic pranks on the faculty, this one is a wild must see.
Good Will Hunting
Two things: Harvard and Boston.
Autumn in New York
The title of this movie really says it all.
Ah, high school elections! This film also shows that cozy suburb vibe.
Remember the Titans
Football, football, football.
Back to school mixed with a bit of Halloween = double the joy.
When Harry Met Sally
Leisurely strolls in Central Park's dreamy Fall scene. Oh, and Meg Ryan's amazing Fall wardrobe.
The small mining town setting, warm jackets, and starry night skies scream Fall.
This is a bit raunchier than the other films, but when a group of friends take a road trip through parts of New England, you have to watch.
St. Elmo's Fire
Recent college graduates trying to figure out how the hell to navigate life in the real world? We get it. We also get meeting up with friends at your favorite bar on a chilly Fall night.
A love story set during the Fall semester at Cambridge? Sign us up.
Set in a picturesque town in Maryland, this charming movie is one of our favorites.
The Cider House Rules
Since Fall feels like a time to turn over a new leaf (pun intended), this film about an orphan who tries to find himself is perfect viewing for a night in.
So many tears, but so worth it every time.