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To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (2020)

Comedy | Romance 
Rayting:   6.0/10
Country: USA
Language: English

Lara Jean and Peter have just taken their relationship from pretend to officially official when another recipient of one of her old love letters enters the picture.

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chloeohare 15 February 2020

I sat through the whole film waiting for something to happen...and finally something happened and 10 minutes later the film was over.

LJ's character came across as cringy and painful to watch.

Felt rushed and didn't have the same charm as the first film.

amyalejandre055 13 February 2020

I found the first one very fresh, fun and enjoyable, so i was kind of excited for this one. The characters have great chemistry, and the actor added is great, he is so charming. And even though the story makes sense generally, it has a lack of charm and depth, it never really brings you in like the first one, especially because it is a teen rom-com, it never fully lets you feel something about either of the characters even though it is a love triangle it feels rushed, the actors were great, i just wanted more spark.

zednelle 12 February 2020

It would have not seemed so rushed and more plausible if they would have just tried to follow the book. It is not like they even tried. I am so disappointed! The first movie was way better!

karthig-51016 14 February 2020

Jordan Fisher did justice to his character, John Ambrose, and I found that he very much so had chemistry with Lara Jean. However, the plot seemed to lack the essence of a teen movie as such - romance! LJ's character, with her pettiness, childishness and tendency to go off tangents got on my nerves and made her pairing with Peter hard to like. It was also very difficult to understand what her character offered in any of the relationships she had. There was barely any character development and the plot was basic and pointless (LJ was just helpless about which guy she wanted to be with - selfish much?). Overall, the movie was very surface-levelled and I would not recommend it to anyone. Not giving it a one-star rating solely for the good job that Jordan Fisher did.

mrcolorblind 12 February 2020

I liked the first movie a lot, and i'm not a fan of this kind of movie. I'm more into romances like "About Time" or "500 Days of Summer". Still, I really enjoyed To All the Boys I've Loved Before. This movie has some of the things that made me like the first one, like Lara Jean being a great character and the main couple being AWESOMELY cute together. The problem with this movie is that it has a great lack of conflict. We don't see understandable reasons for the way that the characters act. Three quarters through the movie I was kinda of asking myself when the conflict of the story was gonna begun and when it actually happened I was kinda of disappointed. They had so many time to build a good story and make me buy the two sides of it, still, they didn't.

Despite that, the movie is fun. I recommend it for anyone who liked the first movie and I strongly recommend the first movie for anyone who isn't used to watch this kind of movie.

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