The pandemic has put a lot of things to halt. Here are our Fall 2020 Movies to Watch For, which includes many movies that were supposed to be released early in the year for us to indulge in. However, who would’ve guessed that six months after movie production and watching movies in theaters would be reopened (with social distancing regulations in mind, of course).


As the cogs are starting to turn again for movie production, many of us are itching to watch a good movie again to satisfy our lust for entertainment. Choosing a movie that you’d genuinely enjoy is incredibly intricate. We are fickle beings and have a fear of wasting time on something we wouldn’t thoroughly enjoy.


Fall 2020 Movies to Watch For


With that in mind, let us give you a helping hand with our movie guide! Here are movies that you should keep an eye on for Fall 2020.


Enola Holmes


If you are a huge Sherlock Holmes fan, you’ll love this! Watch as Milly Bobby Brown plays Enola Holmes, the mischievous younger sister of Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes. With an action pack script and an apparent show of Enola’s wit and intellect, there’s no doubt that every second of this film is worth watching.

The best part? It’ll be on Netflix so that you can watch it in the comfort of your own home!




It’s time for kids who grew up loving horror classics of the 90s to rejoice! This direct sequel to the 1992 horror classic (not the sequel to the two underwhelming sequels) will be sure to knock your socks off.


Written by Jordan Peele, the film itself isn’t solely a cliche fantasy-horror that you’d see nowadays. It also focuses on Chicago’s racial segregation and class differences, which gives it a sense of realism. The film features Tony Todd as the Candyman and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as an adult Anthony McCoy (the infant kidnapped in the original movie).


Expectations are high for this movie, and we’ll be driving to the theaters as soon as it comes out!


Black Widow


This may come as a shocker considering that (spoiler alert!) Natasha Romanoff died on Avengers: Endgame, but we’re honestly not even mad. The film takes place in-between Avengers’ events: Civil War and Infinity War as Black Widow is forced to confront her past.


Reuniting with her old Black Widow program colleagues, she fights her dark past back in Budapest. We’re not sure if a lot of people will be interested to see the film because of the events of Avengers: End Game, but we’re hyped to see it!




Originally meant to be released in summer, it was pushed back to fall. Pixar’s Soul will be a movie that explores what it truly means to be human. As dark as it may seem, it’s a comedy revolved around a jazz musician named Joe.


Excited for his first gig, he falls through a pothole, and his soul is separated from his body and finds himself in a place where souls are created and nurtured before being sent landing back to earth. With Inside Out being a smash hit, we’re excited to see how this one goes!


American Utopia


If you’ve been aching to see a concert, American Utopia is the perfect film to watch. American Utopia brings the show to you in the age where they’ve all been postponed or canceled.


This is a film rendition of David Byrne’s album/broadway show. The show has many inner monologues of Byrne, who used music to send positivity and spread light justice.




This weird and idiosyncratic crime-comedy will leave you with tears in your eyes as you laugh along to the film. This movie stars Evan Rachel Wood as she plays the daughter of two petty con artists. How petty? Well, about as little as stealing other people’s mail.


At least that’s what it was supposed to be till they meet a woman who wants to join in on their escapades. Everything is flipped upside down from then on. Though the selling point is the crime-comedy aspect of the film, it also has a sub-plot of self-discovery and a whole load of other things!


If you’re looking for a good laugh and a cast of amazing people, you should watch this!


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