Now that it is officially fall (although this weekend's weather screamed winter), there are a few fall-time, lazy-day movies that are just so great to watch. Just wrap up in a blanket (or snuggle up with your significant other- or both), grab some kettle corn and cider, and watch a great movie.
Here are some of my favorite fall-time flicks:
You've Got Mail. I don't know what it is about this movie, but it just feels right to watch it when it's getting chilly outside and the leaves are falling. Meg Ryan says, "I love New York in the fall" or something like that.
Ernest Scared Stupid. Seriously, I've loved this movie for years and I definitely blogged about it last Halloween. This movie does a great job of helping you find your inner-child and get excited for Halloween.
The Illusionist. Interesting movie with a great twist at the ending. I only cringe when the young Sophie (Jessica Biel) shouts "Edvard! Edvard!" like a million times. Hello, it's EdWard.
Something's Gotta Give. Not sure how this relates to fall, but for some reason I love to watch this movie when it's a little chilly outside. Maybe it's because Keanu Reeves's acting gives me the chills- not in a good way.