When the leaves change colors, these are the top 10 most cozy films to watch

When the leaves change colors, these are the top 10 most cozy films to watch ...

Many people find comfort in films that make them feel at ease and warm during this season. Because of the wardrobe and fall being present in the film, some films just have the fall magic in them.

Because they are a staple of the season right now, most people want to unwind in the fall. There are many sweet, lighthearted films to help anyone through the fall.

'When Harry Met Sally' (1989) is now available on Netflix.

With When Harry Met Sally, Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal have become the cinematic poster children for fall. It is one of the few films that shows autumn in all its splendor. This film is directed by Rob Reiner and is regarded by many to be the finest romantic comedy of all time.

Harry and Sally gain trust more frequently over the years, and they begin to understand one another deeper than any other relationship they've ever had. Season's changes and so does their relationship, but new beginnings come in the fall.

'Knives Out' (2019)

It's sweater weather, and Knives Out has one of the finest autumn wardrobes. Rian Johnson's murder mystery has a stacked cast and a complex web of lies that will keep you guessing till the end.

Detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) arrives to solve the mystery when the patriarch of the Thrombey family (Christopher Plummer) dies unexpectedly. It's a great autumn movie because of the mystery and because they're all pent-up in one house.

'Dead Poets Society' (1989) is now available on Disney Plus.

Robin Williams gives a stunning performance as Mr. Keating in Dead Poets Society. A well-known English teacher (Williams) works unconventionally to reach out to his students.

This film demonstrates the sheer amount of stress that adolescents are under because to the pressure to perform well by their parents. Mr. Keating reminds students like Neil (Robert Sean Leonard) and Todd (Ethan Hawke) that life isn't all about reading a book.

'Hocus Pocus' (1993) stream on Disney Plus

The Sanderson sisters will always be well-known for the integral role they play in the fall. Hocus Pocus is on television almost every other night until September, and the nostalgia is what carries this film every year. When a curious youngster moves to Salem, he struggles to fit in before awakening a trio of diabolical witches that were executed in the 17th century.

Bette Midler was well-known, a young Sarah Jessica Parker was entering the entertainment industry, and Kathy Najimy had just completed her internship in the film Sister Act. Little did they know that this little film would be cherished by everyone for years to come. Disney wanted to include a sequel to Disney Plus to update it.

'Clue' (1985)

Clue is one of those old-fashioned whodunits that seemed so fresh and original at the time. When six guests are invited to a strange mansion for dinner, they discover that their host was murdered, and they must cooperate with the staff to identify the perpetrator.

On a cold rainy night, you can snuggle up with the cast of characters and try to solve the murder with the rest of the players. Tim Curry, Christopher Lloyd, and Lesley Ann Warren are clear standouts among the cast due to their funny humor.

'Good Will Hunting' (1997)

Even though this is a tearjerker, it is still one of the greatest fall films. Robin Williams' unique performance makes the film special. Will Hunting, named after him, has a gift for mathematics, but requires help from a psychologist to find direction in his life.

This film is filled with life lessons and has wonderful conversations about moving forward from previous trauma. These characters are on a moving adventure because they are both processing how they're feeling and viewing the same.

Sweet Home Alabama is a Disney Plus movie based on the 2002 film.

Melanie (Reese Witherspoon) moves to New York City to pursue her dream, but her boyfriend fails to inform her that she is married to a man she has been separated from for seven years. She returns home with divorce papers for her husband to sign.

While there, she begins to realize the little things that made her hometown special, and that being a glamorous New York socialite isn't what she wants to be. Being out on the farm in Alabama for the majority of the film makes for a cozy fall viewing.

The Edge of Seventeen (2016) is now available on Amazon Prime.

The Edge of Seventeen is one of the most underrated coming-of-age films in recent years. The young actress took the lead role alongside Woody Harrelson. When Nadine's best friend Krista (Haley Lu Richardson) starts dating her older brother high-school life becomes even more unbearable for her.

From grades to social life and of course family life, there are so many things to keep up with in high school. It's even tougher when you feel like you have no one to support you. In the fall, anything focused on school is comforting.

The Extra-Terrestrial Film 'E.T.' (1982) is now available on Amazon Prime.

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial is one of Spielberg's finest films in the fall. The beauty of this film is that a cute alien masks its emotional depth, and its impact never hits the viewer until the very end. It's pure magic on screen and will make any viewer escape into the world with E.T.

When a disturbed child summons the courage to assist a friendly alien escape from Earth and return to his birth planet, the film enthrals the viewer. Elliot (Henry Thomas) and his little sister Gertie (Drew Barrymore) are two films that will make anyone feel like a kid again.

'Practical Magic' (1998)

Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock are witch sisters raised by eccentric aunts in a small town who face closed-minded prejudice and a curse that threatens them from ever finding lasting love.

The two sisters are attempting their best to find love in different ways which make for a fun story. Both are entertaining and have great chemistry with each other. The leaves change color, but it's fun to watch.