Autumn (at least on paper). Since many of us are still trapped in the four walls and it is strongly recommended that we continue to do so as much as possible, we have not yet seen or felt autumn properly. So there is nothing better and more entertaining in these forced residences than watching movies that have the color of autumn. Perhaps only cinema can save our moment from the bitter facts and news that are heard from every corner, especially its subtle and warm films, and preferably its comedy.
Of course, this season is approaching because of Halloween. , Especially in Hollywood, is the season of horror movies, but let's be honest, we have enough fear in real life and it is not clear how long we will stay that way. It is difficult to be entertained by an evil spirit or a serial killer. Fortunately, autumn movies are produced in different genres and for every taste and mood, and not all of them are Halloween-like and pumpkin-flavored. In this article, we have tried to review a selection of the best autumn movies, some with a Halloween theme but not scary.
1. Autumn Sonata
- Product 1987
- Director : Ingmar Bergman
- Actors : Ingrid Bergman, Leo Ulman, Lena Niemann
- Synopsis: Charlotte (Ingrid Bergman), a professional pianist, returns after a seven-year absence to see her daughter again. Eva (Leo Ullmann), who recently lost her four-year-old son and lives with her priest wife in a remote house in Norway, is alive. The relationship between mother and daughter is sugary, because the mother has sacrificed her motherly responsibilities for her job and art. The mother and daughter, who at first both regret the visit again and are anxious, revive the old wounds in an emotional night and reveal everything they had not seen together during these years. The daughter, while expressing hatred for her mother, cannot forgive her for her negligence and unfaithfulness to her and her father, and the mother, while trying to compensate for her unkindness, cannot accept that she should have sacrificed her artistic identity for motherhood. Charlotte, on the other hand, is shocked and disturbed by the encounter with her disabled daughter, who has lived in a nursing home for many years and now lives with Eva.
Like most of Ingmar Bergman's films, behind these soft, colorful conversations A milder autumn lies in the fire. Hollywood star Ingrid Bergman, in her last appearance in front of the camera, portrays the role of an obsessive, strong and complacent mother in front of the fragile Leo Ullmann with the utmost beauty and power. Because of the relative resemblance between the role and Ingrid Bergman's personal experience as an actor in her private life and the choice she made to leave her first family, Bergman was successful in understanding the feelings and inner struggles of an ambitious mother and performing it in her timeless but modern classical style. Has acted. However, it is not an easy film to spend an autumn evening, a thought-provoking drama about family relationships that, along with the inspiring music of Chopin, you can watch the work of the three myths at their peak.
This was Ingmar Bergman's latest film for cinema. After that, everything he made was a TV production. "Autumn Sonata" was nominated for an Academy Award in both Best Actor and Best Screenplay, but won Best Foreign Language Film at the Golden Globes.
2. Dead Poet Society
- Product 1989
- Director : Peter Weir
- Actors : Robin Williams, Ethan Hawke, Robert Sean Leonard
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 85 out of 100
- Synopsis: John Keating (Robin Williams) recently became the English secretary of an all-boys pre-university school that It is known for its old traditions and high standards. The new secretary uses unconventional methods in communicating with students, as opposed to the school tradition. The children are under a lot of pressure from the parents and the school, despite their interest in this teacher and his new methods. But with Keating's help, two students, Neil Perry (Robert Sean Leonard) and Todd Anderson (Ethan Hawke), and a few other students learn to peel and pursue their dreams and live in the moment.
The Association of Dead Poets was also commercially successful, and He also received many awards; These include the Academy Award for Best Non-Adapted Screenplay, the BAFTA Award for Best Picture, and the Csar Award for Best Foreign Language Film. A novel and an off-Broadway play have also been written and based on this hot autumn film.
3. When Harry Met Sally
- Product 1989
- Director : Rob Rainer
- Cast: Meg Ryan, Billy Crystal, Carrie Fisher, Bruno Kirby
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 91 out of 100
- Synopsis: In 1977, Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) graduated From college and Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) on a joint trip from Chicago to New York, they discuss whether men and women can ever have a close Platonic relationship in the true sense of the word. Ten years later, Harry and Sally meet again in the presence of two mutual friends, a couple named Jess (Bruno Kirby) and Mary (Carrie Fisher). And after this meeting, it becomes difficult for them to try to just be friends without a romantic relationship.
Travel with us to a time when Billy Crystal was the first choice for the first romantic film and Meg Ryan Young and cheerful. Both funny, both clever. If we can give an example of an expert combination of making autumn films in Hollywood cinema, it is undoubtedly the combination of Nora Efron (who wrote the screenplay) and Bob Rainer, who are both, together (in this case), some of the best and most popular comedies. They remind us of the romances of the eighties and early nineties. "When Harry Met Sally" is a full-fledged romantic comedy with the same style and ingenuity that is usually not much appreciated in this genre. Of course, the film goes through several seasons and the final season ends in the December holidays, but both the appearance of the film and the feeling it conveys are completely autumnal. Could it be that he did not like the New York Autumn image?
"When Harry Meets Sally" is a good movie that does not say that having a good relationship is easy, but reminds us that it is possible. Fans of the genre and of course Meg Ryan (this time with Tom Hanks) can find "You've Got Mail" and "Sleepless In Seattle" from successful romantic comedies with the autumn atmosphere of the nineties. Also directed by Nora Efron.
4. Fantastic Mr. Fox
- Product strong> 2009
- Director : Wes Anderson
- Voice actors: George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Bill Moyari, Willem Dafoe, Owen Wilson, Jason Schwartzman
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 93 out of 100
- Synopsis: Mr. Fox (George Clooney) after
Twelve years of fox (two human years) healthy rural life breaks the
promise he made to his wife Felicity (Meryl Streep) and attacks the
farms of his human neighbors. The two made a living before their
son Ash (Jason Schwartzman) was born, but Felicity asked Fox to
find a safer job and a safer place to live after announcing her
pregnancy. After breaking this covenant, Mr. Fox, who no longer
values his animal instincts, endangers not only his marriage but
also the lives of his family and friends of all kinds. When the
farms send Mr. Fox and his companions to the bottom of the earth,
he is forced to use his instinctive cunning to rise up against the
enemy. The predominant yellow and brown filter can be included in
this list; A good example is Rushmore. Anderson can be considered
the king of autumn movies. In this stop-motion, which Anderson
co-wrote with Nova Bambak, the predominant colors of orange, brown,
fox, and soil and farm are rampant. "The Amazing Mr. Fox" is an
adaptation of a 1970 children's novel of the same name by the
British novelist Roald Dahl. The film was well received by critics
at the time of its release, especially for its directing, humor,
and stop-motion technique. One nominee also won Best Animated
Feature Oscar, but lost to Pixar's "Up."
5. If Beale Street Could Talk
- Product 2018
- Director : Barry Jenkins
- Actors : Kiki Lane, Stephen James, Regina King
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 95 out of 100
- Synopsis: In the early 1970s in Harlem, New York, a girl on the verge of marriage Tish (Kiki Lane) is immersed in the love, respect and trust between him and his childhood friend and his artist fianc Alonzo Hunt (Stephen James) is nicknamed Fanny. In the midst of their efforts to find a home and build a future, a man insults and assaults Tish one night in a white shop. Fanny throws him out of the store and the white police around him arrest Fanny for a crime he did not commit.
The 1974 novel by American novelist James Baldwin, with the bitter truths that colored people face in American society, during the seasons that take place in New York and the extraordinary filming that depicts the green, brown and yellow of autumn; What does one want from autumn? Following Moonlight's huge success, Barry Jenkins once again garnered critical acclaim with his romantic comedy about the black American community, especially for his role-playing (specifically Regina King), screenplay, directing, cinematography, and music. Text. The film was selected as one of the best of 2018 by the American Film Institute (AFI) and received many nominations at both the Golden Globes and the Oscars.
6. .. ET The Extra-Terrestrial
- Product 1982
- Director : Steven Spielberg
- Actors : De Wallace, Henry Thomas, Peter Caioni, Drew Barrymore li>
- Raton Tomitosis Score : 98 out of 100
- Synopsis: After a kind space man gets stuck on Earth, a boy named Elliott (Henry Thomas) and his friends discover him and become friends with him. Elliott takes Eeti to their home in suburban California and introduces him to his younger brother and sister, Garrett (Drew Barrymore). The children decide to hide the presence of this extraterrestrial guest from others. But soon a family gets sick and the government gets involved, and both the children and the family are in a painful situation.
Because the story of the film is in the San Fernando Valley, known as the "Valley" It takes place in Los Angeles, California, autumn is not much different from other seasons, (Eastern Americans do not need a jacket when spooning on Halloween night), but this full-blown Spielberg film is so warm and heartwarming that it is unlike any other space-oriented film. Etty's character, originally based on Spielberg's imaginary childhood friend after the separation of his mother and father, has formed one of the most beloved extraterrestrial characters alongside the most beloved children of science fiction cinema (including seven-year-old Drew Barrymore). The film, which was not released at the box office due to doubts about its success at the box office, quickly became a blockbuster after its release, and "Star Wars" surpassed the best-selling film of all time, setting a record of eleven years. , Until the release of another Spielberg film, "Jurassic Park." And Best Special Effects) and two Golden Globes for one of the best films of all time.
7. Addams Family Values
- Product 1993
- Director : Barry Sunnfeld
- Actors : Angelica Houston, Christina Ritchie, Raul Julia, Jimmy Workman, John Cusack
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 77 out of 100
- Synopsis: Gomez Adams (Raul Julia) and his wife Morticia (Angelica Houston) ) Celebrate the birth of new babies. But the newborn baby's siblings, Wendzdy (Christina Ritchie) and Pagzelli (Jimmy Workman), are never happy about a new member of this strange family and are doing their best to kill the baby. When babysitter Debbie Jlinski (Jon Kyuzak) arrives to take care of the baby, her presence leads to a series of unpredictable dangerous events.
The second part of the "Adams Family" movie series Although (unlike the first part) it failed at the box office, it was able to (unlike the first part) attract the attention of critics. This black comedy has become darker and more terrifying in the second part, and it is true that the film's time actually passes in the summer, but the Adams family, whenever and wherever they are, lives in eternal autumn. It's always Halloween with them.
8. The Trouble with Harry
- Product 1955
- Director : Alfred Hitchcock
- Actors : Shirley McLean, Edmund Gwen, John Forsyth, Royal Dano >
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 87 out of 100
- Synopsis: When a man's body is found near a hill in the village of Vermont, a resident The village no one knows what happened to him. But many villagers soon think that one of them is responsible for the murder, including Jennifer (Shirley McLean), the ex-wife of the victim, and Captain Albert Wells (Edmund Gwen), a retired sailor found in the woods. The body was being hunted. The city's sheriff (Royal Dano) is also involved, and Sam Marlowe (John Forsyth), a village artist, suggests that he help find the killer. The villagers are gradually unraveling this mystery.
You say to yourself that it is autumn and it is a good season to get rid of a corpse. The weather is not hot and you do not sweat when digging the grave, but the ground is not cold and icy yet. This is one of the few Hitchcock comedies that takes place in a rural setting and wants to tell us that the usual way of hiding a corpse will not always work. "Harry Trouble," based on the 1950 novel by Jack Trevor Story, is about a body that can never be buried. So if the taste of your favorite fall movie is close to the black comedy and a bit of unconventional recklessness in its time, among the foliage of the village of Vermont, this's unappreciated Hitchcock color film will be your favorite. It is true that, as is usual in Hitchcock films, crime is not a police mystery, but a corpse is involved. You can also watch Shirley McLean's first appearance in front of the camera.
9. Far from Heaven
- Product 2002
- Director : Todd Haynes
- Actors : Julianne Moore, Dennis Quaid, Dennis Heisbert, Patricia Clarkson, Viola Davis
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 87 out of 100
- Synopsis: Katie Whitaker (Julianne Moore), perfect housewife and mother in He lived a prosperous life in the suburbs of Connecticut with his wife Frank (Dennis Quaid) in the 1950s. Katie's whole life falls apart after Frank is arrested at a nightclub and she confesses to her sexual orientation, despite her husband's promise to her. In the midst of this crisis, Katie meets a black man and tries to enter the black community. The move has angered both her husband and the community.
Director Todd Haynes has actually paid tribute to this beautiful romantic film starring the beautiful Julianne Moore and Dennis Quaid (an unappreciated Hollywood actor). It features two hilarious melodramas and Douglas Sark glaze, most notably 1955's All That Heaven Allows, 1956's Written on the Wind and Imitation of Life. Product 1959. Although set in Connecticut in the 1950s, the story addresses issues such as racism and the fear of LGBT people that those old films could never address. The chemistry between the main characters is unparalleled, and perhaps one of the most beautiful and captivating autumn scenes in the history of cinema can be considered "far from heaven". Of course, the classic "whatever God wants" does not diminish the road in this regard.
10. Hocus Pocus
- Product : 1993
- Director : Kenny Ortega
- Actors : Betty Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Tora Birch, Omri Katz, Katie Najimi, Vanessa Shaw
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 38 out of 100
- Synopsis: A teenager named Max Dennison (Emery Katz) later Moving from his family to Salem, Massachusetts, he and his sister Danny (Tora Birch) and their new friend Alison (Vanessa Shaw) head to an abandoned house on Halloween night. The house is said to have once been inhabited by three witches (Betty Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Katie Najimi). After reading the story as superstitious and false, Max unknowingly breaks the spell that locked the three witches three centuries ago by lighting a candle in that house, and the wizards are released. .
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