Autumn Film Bucket List

Ahhhhhh, Autumn. The first of the colder seasons. The season when blankets come out of hiding, scarves are dug out of the bottom of your wardrobe, and the thermostat starts to show a little flame again. Although I love Autumn, this change in weather can leave you wanting nothing more than a cuddly, sofa day in front of some good films. So, I’ve decided to make a film bucket list for these days! I am a massive film-lover, but there are some true classics that I have just never ever had the opportunity to watch, so fingers crossed I get chance this autumn!
Breakfast At Tiffany’s
Ahhhh an old classic! I actually have the iconic photo from this film on my wall, but I’ve never actually watched it. I’m definitely hoping to get around to it this autumn!
Pulp Fiction
Zack said he doesn’t think this film is my kind of thing, but I think I’m going to give it a go anyway!
Singin’ In The Rain
Ahhhhh, I know, I’m a traitor. I bloody love musicals, but somehow I have never seen one of the most iconic of all time. I have watched clips, but I would love to watch the whole film this autumn, as I think I will absolutely love it!
The Godfather
Everyone always talks about this film and quotes it, and I feel left out!
The Silence Of The Lambs
I have actually watched half of this film. I did enjoy it, but I was absolutely shattered and fell asleep, oops. Zack said it was good though (he stayed awake) so I’m really hoping to watch it again, and actually get to the end this time!
A Clockwork Orange
I have wanted to read this book for years, but I’ve never gotten around to it. However, I hear the film is pretty good too, so I’ll have to give it a watch!
 
And that’s all of the films that I can think of! I’m back at university now, so I don’t have a lot of time for film watching, but I think this list is manageable!
What films do you want to watch this season? Let me know in the comments!
Love,
H x
 
 

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  1. swishmyswag 16th October 2017 / 9:35 PM

    I want to go and see The Snowman in the cinema (not the Christmas classic!) it’s a new horror! I’m more of a show person than a film one though xx

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