Top 5 Classic Fall Movies to Get You In the Autumn Mood

Lake House, 2006.

Lake House, 2006.

USA

Want the formula for a good Romantic Melodrama? Since then, here’s Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock, a house on the shores of a beautiful lake, and a bit of wonderment. Dr. Kate Forrester leaves her quaint lakeside house and moves away. However, on leaving, Kate leaves a letter in the letterbox for the new occupant of the house to receive. A talented architect, Alex Wyler, moves into the house. He writes a letter back to Kate. But from each other’s letters, they find out that they live in completely different times.

Once Upon a Time, in 2007

Once Upon a Time, in 2007

Ireland

Not a film, just a miracle made on a very modest budget. However, “Once Upon a Time” is a musical melodrama that won an Oscar for best song and was triumphantly adapted on Broadway. Nevertheless, he is a street musician who lacks the confidence to perform his own songs. She is a young mother trying to find her place in this strange new town.

Without her, he would have continued singing in the street, unnoticed by anyone. Without him, she would not have fulfilled her dream. This picture gives you hope for the best. When at some point you’re suddenly stuck in the present without faith in the future, there’s bound to be someone to help you move on from the dead point.

Lay Low in Bruges, 2008

Lay Low in Bruges, 2008

UK, USA

The will, Two assassins are sent to Bruges by the will of their boss, Harry, to escape the hype of their latest case, during which more victims than expected occur. A great picture with a dash of cynicism, Europe, and witty black humor. At the same time, the film touches on serious questions of morality, though it does so in a breezy and relaxed tone. Because when you add to this an excellent cast and the beauty of an autumn city. An enjoyable evening on the screen is guaranteed.

Imaginary Love, 2010

Imaginary Love, 2010

Canada

One of the most offbeat yet beautiful films made in recent years. However, the autumn leaves, the red shoes, the play with color, and the music—this film simply draws you in to admire seemingly ordinary everyday things. So “Imaginary Love” reveals the story of a relationship between two guys and one girl—a French-free-spirited and modern picture.

Late Autumn, 2010

Late Autumn, 2010

USA, South Korea

Since then, Anna, a young Chinese woman who spends even years in prison for the murder of her husband, is given a three-day conditional release for her mother’s funeral. On the way home, she meets a gigolo with a Korean background who is a jealous husband. So, set against the backdrop of rainy, foggy Seattle, this humble love story unfolds as two strangers become truly close.

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