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35 of the Best Fall Movies on Netflix Right Now, from ‘When Harry Met Sally’ to ‘Hubie Halloween’

Pumpkin spice recipes. Cozy cashmere sweaters. Instagram-worthy Thanksgiving plates. These are just a few things that make fall one of the most special seasons of the year. And as the days get shorter and temperatures drop, nothing really beats curling up on the couch with your favorite fall snacks. Even better? Enjoying a cozy movie night with the best fall movies on Netflix.

Perhaps you want to ring in the Halloween season a bit early with scary movies like Let Me In and Valley of the Dead. Or maybe you prefer feel-good romance films with stunning autumn backdrops, like When Harry Met Sally or A Perfect Pairing. Either way, we compiled a list of the 35 best movies to make the selection process a bit easier. 

50 Best Fall Movies We Can Watch Over & Over Again


1. ‘Falling Inn Love’ (2019)

  • Who’s in it: Christina Milian, Adam Demos, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman
  • Rating: TV-PG

Following a devastating breakup with her ex, Gabriela Diaz enters a contest to win a gorgeous Inn located in New Zealand. When she wins and flies to The Bellbird Valley Farm to claim her prize, however, she learns that her new inn could use a makeover. Gabriela enlists the help of the town’s only renovation expert, Jake, who starts to develop feelings for the newcomer.  

2. ‘A Perfect Pairing’ (2022)

  • Who’s in it: Victoria Justice, Adam, Demos Luca, Asta Sarde
  • Rating: TV-14

Lola Alvarez, an ambitious wine expert, ventures to Australia for a business opportunity and falls head over heels for her reluctant guide, Max, in the process. The stunning landscapes will make you want to take the next flight to the land down under. And fans of Victorious will be happy to know that Lola is practically a grown-up version of Tori Vega.

3. ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ (2018)

  • Who’s in it: Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart
  • Rating: TV-14

Lara Jean isn’t the confrontational type—especially when it comes to her crushes. When her sister accidentally mails Lara’s secret letters to all the boys she likes, she finds herself in an extremely awkward situation. To dissuade a former crush from pursuing her, she pretends to date another former crush, Peter. But things don’t go according to plan…

4. ‘Senior Year’ (2022)

  • Who’s in it: Rebel Wilson, Sam Richardson, Zoë Chao, Mary Holland, Justin Hartley
  • Rating: R

High school senior Stephanie Conway wants only one thing: to be crowned prom queen. But that dream goes out the window when she gets injured during a cheer performance and lands in a coma. Twenty years later, Stephanie awakes from her coma and insists on finishing her senior year but climbing up the social ladder proves to be more challenging than she thought. 

5. ‘The Lost Husband’ (2020)

  • Who’s in it: Leslie Bibb, Josh Duhamel, Nora Dunn, Isiah Whitlock Jr.
  • Rating: PG-13

This heartfelt story follows Libby, a widowed mom who relocates with her children to her aunt’s goat farm in Texas after her husband suddenly dies in an accident. As they get settled in, Libby takes a liking to country life—and her aunt’s kind-hearted farm manager, James.

6. ‘The Weekend Away’ (2022)

  • Who’s in it: Leighton Meester, Christina Wolfe, Ziad Bakri, Luke Norris
  • Rating: TV-14

Beth decides to have a weekend getaway with her best friend, Kate, in Croatia. When Kate mysteriously goes missing after a night of clubbing, Beth is determined to figure out what happened. Except each new clue reveals that Kate has a few secrets of her own.

7. ‘Hustle’ (2022)

  • Who’s in it: Adam Sandler, Queen Latifah, Ben Foster, Robert Duvall
  • Rating: R

Sandler shows his dramatic chops as an NBA scout who sets his eyes on a promising player in Spain and decides to train him. Senior Editor Greta Heggeness said in her review, “Hustle is a must-watch for anyone who’s looking for an inspirational—yet entertaining—film. The movie offers a delicate balance of comedy and storytelling, making it an enjoyable option for the entire family.”

8. ‘The Adam Project’ (2022)

  • Who’s in it: Ryan Reynolds, Walker Scobell, Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner
  • Rating: PG-13

In this family-friendly sci-fi comedy, Reynolds channels his inner Marty McFly as a time-traveling fighter pilot who lands in the year 2022. Upon his arrival, he teams up with his 12-year-old self and embarks on a mission to save the future. (Psst, you can read our full review here.)

9. ‘The Royal Treatment’ (2022)

  • Who’s in it: Laura Marano, Mena Massoud, Chelsie Preston-Crayford
  • Rating: TV-PG

Izzy, a New York based hairdresser, gets a once in a lifetime opportunity when she's invited to work at a royal wedding. However, there's just one problem—the undeniable chemistry between Izzy and the groom. Will the prince choose his duties or follow his heart?

10. ‘Along for the Ride’ (2022)

  • Who’s in it: Emma Pasarow, Belmont Cameli, Kate Bosworth, Laura Kariuki
  • Rating: TV-14

It's Auden's final summer before college, and all she wants to do is have fun and reinvent herself. Enter Eli, the mysterious but charming BMXer who's more than happy to grant Auden's wish.

11. ‘When Harry Met Sally’ (1989)

  • Who’s in it: Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan, Carrie Fisher, Bruno Kirby
  • Rating: R

College grads Harry and Sally can’t seem to agree on whether men and women can be just friends. When they part ways and reunite ten years later, they start to develop feelings for each other, which makes it challenging for them to stay strictly platonic.

12. ‘Legends of the Fall (1994)  

  • Who’s in it: Brad Pitt, Anthony Hopkins, Aidan Quinn, Julia Ormond
  • Rating: R

Set in the early 20th-century in Montana, this Western follows a father, Col. William Ludlow, and his three sons as they live together in the wilderness. Unfortunately, one of his boys gets killed in World War I. And when the two surviving brothers return, they both fall for their late brother’s fiancé, which leads to a bitter rivalry.

13. ‘Hubie Halloween (2020)

  • Who’s in it: Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Julie Bowen, Ray Liotta
  • Rating: PG-13

Hubie Dubois is devoted to keeping everyone in his hometown, Salem, safe during the Halloween season. But this year is different…because there’s a real criminal on the loose, and he’s targeting residents. This star-studded flick will appeal to anyone who loves Sandler’s comedy films.

14. 1922 (2017)

  • Who’s in it: Thomas Jane, Neal McDonough, Molly Parker
  • Rating: TV-MA

A farmer enlists the help of his son to murder his wife for financial gain. But right after the deed is done, they’re both plagued by dark, supernatural events. 

15. ‘The Lake House’ (2006)

  • Who’s in it: Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock, Dylan Walsh, Shohreh Aghdashloo
  • Rating: PG

Bullock and Reeves star as two strangers from different time periods who start to communicate through letters left in the mailbox of a lake house. Over the course of two years, they continue to correspond and fall head over heels for each other, but will they ever get to meet face to face?

16. ‘Under the Eiffel Tower’ (2018) 

  • Who’s in it: Matt Walsh, Judith Godrèche, Reid Scott, Michaela Watkins
  • Rating: TV-MA

After losing his job as a bourbon manufacturer, 50-year-old Stuart has a mid-life crisis and decides to join his best friend for a trip to Paris. But things quickly go south when he impulsively proposes to his friend's 24-year-old daughter under the Eiffel Tower.

17. ‘Sierra Burgess is a Loser (2018)

  • Who’s in it: Shannon Purser, Kristine Froseth, RJ Cyler, Noah Centineo
  • Rating: PG-13

Meet Sierra, the overachiever and misfit that other high schoolers deem unpopular and unattractive. When she starts to get random texts from one of the most popular guys in school, she learns that he thinks he’s texting someone else. But that doesn’t stop her from going along with this deception and eventually falling for him.

18. ‘Destination Wedding (2018)

  • Who’s in it: Winona Ryder, Keanu Reeves
  • Rating: R

Two strangers, Frank and Lindsay, meet for the first time while en route to a destination wedding. But although they start off by trading insults, they come to realize that they’re more alike than they care to admit. 

19. Little Boxes’ (2016) 

  • Who’s in it: Melanie Lynskey, Nelsan Ellis, Armani Jackson, Oona Laurence
  • Rating: TV-MA

We’ve seen enough feel-good dramas to know that adjusting to small-town life is never easy. But it's especially challenging for the Burns, an interracial family who move from Brooklyn to a predominantly white town in Washington.

20. Thanks for Sharing’ (2012) 

After being abstinent for five years, recovering sex addict Adam finds himself struggling with temptation when he starts a new relationship with Phoebe, who also struggles with sex addiction. FYI, this marked Stuart Blumberg's directorial debut.

21. ‘A Champion Hart (2018)

  • Who’s in it: Mandy Grace, Devan Key, Donna Rusch
  • Rating: G

Fifteen-year-old Mandy struggles to cope with the loss of her mother. And when she gets into some trouble with a group of popular girls, she’s sent to an equine sanctuary, where she begins to heal and bond with a wounded horse.

22. ‘The Lucky One’ (2012)

  • Who’s in it: Taylor Schilling, Zac Efron
  • Rating: PG-13

A marine returns home after serving in Iraq and starts to look for the one thing he believes kept him alive: the mysterious woman in the photograph he kept with him. After learning her identity, he meets her for the first time and forms a relationship with his good luck charm. This movie will give you all the feels—as you can expect with any Nicholas Sparks adaptation.

23. ‘The Dig (2021)

  • Who’s in it: Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, Lily James, Johnny Flynn
  • Rating: PG-13

Set during World War II, The Dig revolves around a British landowner named Edith, who hires an archaeologist to dig up large burial mounds on her property. Eventually, he makes a shocking discovery during the dig.

24. ‘The Half of It’ (2020)

  • Who’s in it: Leah Lewis, Daniel Diemer, Alexxis Lemire, Enrique Murciano, Wolfgang Novogratz
  • Rating: PG-13

To make some fast cash, Ellie Chu agrees to help a popular jock by writing a love letter for him to give to his crush. To her surprise, they eventually become close friends, but things get a bit complicated when she also starts to develop feelings for his crush.

25. ‘Friendsgiving’ (2020)

  • Who’s in it: Malin Åkerman, Kat Dennings, Aisha Tyler, Chelsea Peretti, Jane Seymour, Wanda Sykes
  • Rating: R

What starts as a quiet Thanksgiving dinner between two BFFs turns into utter chaos when a horde of uninvited guests crash their event. It's silly, raunchy and sure to make you laugh.

26. ‘Out of My League’ (2020) 

  • Who’s in it: Giuseppe Maggio, Ludovica Francesconi, Jozef Gjura
  • Rating: TV-MA

Marta is living with a terminal illness, but she’s not letting it rule her life. In fact, she’s on a very important mission: to find an attractive guy who will fall for her and take her virginity. With the help of two friends, she embarks on an exciting new adventure to find her match.

27. ‘Tall Girl’ (2019)

  • Who’s in it: Ava Michelle, Luke Eisner, Griffin Gluck, Anjelika Washington, Sabrina Carpenter
  • Rating: TV-PG

Jodi isn’t thrilled about being the tallest girl in school. That is, until she meets and falls for a foreign exchange student who’s even taller than she is. Unfortunately, she isn’t the only one who has eyes for the charming new guy.

28. ‘Let Me In’ (2010)

  • Who’s in it: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Chloë Grace Moretz, Elias Koteas
  • Rating: R

In Let Me In, a 12-year-old boy becomes fast friends with his new neighbor. As he starts to fall for her, however, he learns that she's been hiding a dark secret. The story takes place in the dead of winter, but it'll definitely prepare you for Halloween season.

29. ‘Free Birds’ (2013)

  • Who’s in it: Owen Wilson, Woody Harrelson, Amy Poehler
  • Rating: PG

A turkey named Reggie teams up with a fellow bird, Jake, and embarks on a historic mission that involves time-traveling to the year 1621. The goal? To stop turkeys from being included in traditional Thanksgiving dinners. 

30. ‘Nightbooks’ (2021)

  • Who’s in it: Winslow Fegley, Lidya Jewett, Krysten Ritter
  • Rating: PG

In an effort to fit in at school, Alex decides to abandon his biggest passion: making up scary stories. But his life takes a dark turn when an evil witch kidnaps him and forces him to tell a new scary story every night in order to stay alive. 

31. ‘Awake’ (2021) 

  • Who’s in it: Gina Rodriguez, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Barry Pepper
  • Rating: TV-MA

Jane the Virgin’s Gina Rodriguez is Jill, a former soldier and single mom who must protect her family when a mysterious solar flare cuts off all electricity and leads to widespread insomnia. But when Jill discovers that her daughter could be the cure to saving the world, she’s forced to make an extremely difficult choice.

32. ‘In the Shadow of the Moon’ (2019)

  • Who’s in it: Boyd Holbrook, Cleopatra Coleman, Michael C. Hall
  • Rating: TV-MA

A detective named Thomas Lockhart develops a dangerous obsession with a serial killer when she resurfaces and starts a new killing spree. To make matters even more complicated, her crimes are impossible to understand. Can he get to the bottom of the case without risking his own life?

33. ‘The Giver’ (2014)

  • Who’s in it: Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep, Brenton Thwaites, Alexander Skarsgård
  • Rating: PG-13

Based on Lois Lowry's YA novel of the same name, The Giver follows a young boy named Jonas, who lives in a society where all emotions and free will have been taken away from the community. When he meets the Giver, the sole keeper of the community's history, he learns that this world has been hiding a dark secret and decides to escape.

34. ‘Dovlatov’ (2018)

  • Who’s in it: Milan Marić, Danila Kozlovsky, Helena Sujecka
  • Rating: PG-13

Inspired by the life of Soviet journalist Sergei Dovlatov, this underrated biopic details his personal and professional life as he struggles to get his work published in 1970s Leningrad. Watching this bookish movie is almost as good as curling up with a good novel.

35. ‘Eyes Wide Shut’ (1999)

When husband and wife duo Bill and Alice have a candid discussion about their biggest temptations, Alice confesses to almost leaving Bill for another man. The revelation prompts Bill to do a bit of exploring that involves participating in masked orgies. Rumor has it that director Stanley Kubrick considered this erotic drama (which was also his final work) to be his greatest movie ever made.