movies to watch this fall

I can't wait to see those movies!!! They are all about love which is one of my favourite genres...

The only one I have seen so far is 500 days of summer and honestly it's one of my favourite movies already
500 days of summer: This movie is about a boy who falls in love with a girl but she doesn't have the same feelings about him. The first attempt by director Marc Webb starring indie film stars jooey deschanel and joseph gordon-levitt. I feel we'll be hearing more often from them soon...
Ondine: Directed by Neil Jordan ( a guarantee ) and starring Colin Farrell who plays an Irish fisherman who finds a woman( Alicja Bachleda ) in his fishing net. A modern fairy tale? It's the first 'love story' movie from Colin Farrell and Alicja is expecting a child from Colin.
An education: It is already rumoured that the movie is a favourite for Oscars this year starring Carey Mulligan ( an outstanding performance ) , Peter Sarsgaard, Emma Thompson.
It is the first attempt of writer Nick Hornby to create a screenplay, whose books have been adapted successfully to cinema ( About a Boy, High Fidelity ). One of my favourite writers and I'm sure I won't be dissapointed. The screenplay is based on an autobiographical essay by british journalist Lynn Barber and questions what is education and if it is only gained from school or real life can be an education too.
Bright Star: An Oscar favourite and an english movie too written and directed by Jane Campion ( The Piano , Holy smoke ). It is the real love story of poet John Keats ( Ben Whishaw )
and his neighbour and muse Fanny Brawne ( Abbie Cornish ).
A single man: Directing debut of fashion designer Tom Ford with a great cast ( Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Matthew Goode, Nicholas Hoult, Ginnifer Goodwin, Lee Pace ). An English gay professor tries to cope with the death of his lover...
Judging by the trailer the cinematography and soundtrack of the movie is astonishing and one thing we can be sure about: the styling.