Another film that has a beautiful colour palette is the 2001 whimsical French rom-com Amelie,which follows the story of a young waitress who sets out to change the lives of those around her for the better. The cinematography in this film is stunning and the story itself plays out, in many ways, like a modern fairytale.
Fans of the film will tell you that you’ll fall in love with this film straight away!
Isle of Dogs (2018)
The 2nd Wes Anderson stop-motion animation to make the list is Isle of Dogs, the director’s 2018 release that focuses on the love between a young boy and his dog, and is voiced by a stellar cast of high profile and highly talented names.
This is a film that presents family values that are parallel to the ones seen in Fantastic Mr Fox, making for a strong 2nd part to a double bill with the director’s 2009 release. And for the animal lovers out there… this is a perfect film to watch with your pets!
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The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
What better Disney-branded film to watch in the autumn than The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, a film set in the middle of the woods.
Everyone knows the timeless stories of Pooh and his friends, and the film is great to watch with your own friends, so get the squad together for this one!
If you want that full nostalgia effect, why not combine this film with 2018’s Christopher Robin?
James and the Giant Peach (1996)
A childhood favourite of most 90s kids and another Roald Dahl novel adapted into a stop-motion animation, James and the Giant Peach is a story of friendship, adventure and the realisation that home is never far away.
This is a story suitable for the whole family that reinforces that home is wherever your family is, come rain or shine.