Fall-y Films I’ve Never Seen

Before we begin, I need everyone to lift their right hand and repeat after me:

I solemnly swear that I will not judge Audrey for the classic films she has not (yet) seen.

Alright, now we can continue.

Today is the initial confession where I list the movies I’d like to watch this season. I don’t watch a ton of tv, so I have to be pretty intentional about finding time to sit down (usually on a weekend night) and watching these movies.

When winter comes a-knocking, I will share my thoughts on the films that I’ve happened to watch. And then maybe do the same thing for winter movies *shrug*. Some of these have a Halloween vibe, but they’re mostly not traditional Halloween movies.

And what movies are they, you might ask?

  • Practical Magic; 1998 [HBO Max]
  • Death Becomes Her; 1992 [Hulu]
  • Sleepless in Seattle; 1993 [Hulu]
  • You’ve Got Mail; 1998 [Hulu]
  • When Harry Met Sally; 1989 [Netflix]
  • St. Elmo’s Fire; 1985 [HBO Max]
  • Mystic Pizza; 1988 [HBO Max]
  • Election; 1999 [Showtime/Hulu]
  • Little Women; 2019
  • Friday Night Lights; 2004

Ten is good number to end on. I wanted to add Fantastic Mr. Fox but that’d be a lie because I’ve already seen it and I love it to death. I just wanted an excuse for a re-watch. But ten is good so I won’t add a bonus film. (BUT you should watch it this fall if you haven’t seen it!)

So there we go. I know you’re dying to know my thoughts on these films. Stand by.


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Lauren Becker says:

    My sister loves Practical Magic. I’ve seen parts of it, but I don’t know that I’ve watched it all the way. Honestly, I don’t know that I’ve seen ANY of these (at least not fully) except for Little Women, which I did love. I’m not the best movie watcher myself. hah

    Lauren @ http://www.shootingstarsmag.net


    1. Audrey says:

      I think I’ve seen a few minutes of Practical Magic. Same with Sleepless in Seattle. But I’m determined to watch all of these this year 🙂


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