5 Fall Movies for a Cozy Night-in

By Megan Nabozny


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Fall is in full swing and with it comes cold nights, warm sweaters and a million other reasons to stay in. Nothing is better than snuggling up with a cozy blanket and a good movie. If you find yourself wanting to escape all your responsibilities and leave reality behind for an hour or two, here are some fall movies that will make your next night-in restful and relaxing.



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Fantastic Mr.Fox (2009)

This classic Wes Anderson film is perfect for the fall season. The autumnal color palette of the movie is unmatched and is a large part of what this movie is known for. Fantastic Mr.Fox has just the right amount of nostalgia, while also being cheerful and witty.


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Dead Poets Society (1989)

Not to sound biased, but this is possibly one of the best movies of all time. There is no doubt that this movie is a classic and will be a fan-favorite for years to come. Dead Poets society captures what it is like to be young and finding your way in a world full of people telling you what to do. If you're looking to be inspired (and maybe shed a tear or two), this is the movie for you.


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Little Women (2019)

If you’re anything like me, this movie was on repeat during quarantine.This classic story is portrayed beautifully by some all-time favorite actors and actresses like Timothée Chalamet, Florence Pugh and Saoirse Ronan. Little Women is such a wholesome and timeless tale that definitely brings the fall vibes.



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The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

Looking for something more spooky? You may have watched this movie as a kid countless times but it never gets old. Even though it's more centered around Halloween, this movie is a great excuse to get excited for the holiday season.



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Pride and Prejudice (2005)

Even though I could write a 50 page essay about this movie, I’ll keep it short and sweet. Pride and Prejudice is one of my favorite movies and is a go-to on a night-in. The drama and romance are simply unmatched.


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