Romantic Autumn Movies To Make You Fall In Love With Fall
Photo: Autumn In New York on IMDB
While the time of the summer fling has come to an end for yet another year, there’s still a romantic spirit which comes with the changing autumn temperatures. As fall is affectionately known as “cuffing season”, we can expect to feel love in the air as we embrace pumpkin spice and harvest goodies. If you’re searching for the perfect romantic flick for the cooler months of the year, we’ve curated a few top picks which will surely make your heart skip a beat.
When Harry Met Sally (1989): Rob Reiner’s iconic rom-com features Meg Ryan as Sally Albright and Billy Crystal as Harry Burns. While Sally and Billy are best friends, they have never attempted to take their friendship to the next level. However, the dynamic duo soon realizes that they are destined to fall in love, and their romance also blossoms as the weather quickly turns chilly.
You’ve Got Mail (1998): Directed by Nora Ephron, this classic romantic comedy stars Tom Hanks as leading man Joe Fox and Meg Ryan as Kathleen Kelly. While Joe and Kathleen are business rivals from competing bookstores in real life, the two unexpectedly enter into an online relationship in a chatroom. The 1990s film is set in New York City, and features gorgeous scenery of the Big Apple during the crisp autumn months.
Autumn In New York (2000): Staying true to its telltale title, director Joan Chen’s Autumn In New York is a love story which takes place during the season of colourful leaves and brisk winds. Richard Gere plays Will Keane, an older restaurateur and ladies’ man who meets the beautiful and critically ill Charlotte Fielding (Winona Ryder). When Charlotte discovers that she has only a year to live as a result of a heart condition, she and Will quickly embark on a tumultuous and tragic love story.
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