Review: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018)

My next review is for the movie, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018). To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is a movie about an Asian-American girl named Lara Jean Covey. Lana Condor plays the main character, Lara Jean. Lara Jean is your average girl. She goes to high-school, she hangs out with her sister and she works on her driving skills. Lara Jean does one other thing: she writes private love-letters to the boys she falls-in-love-with. But she never intended to send out her love-letters.

Then one day something strange happens. Lara Jean’s love-letters are mailed-out. Lara Jean is mortified. The boys she wrote love-letters to come-up to Lara Jean one-by-one to talk to her about the love letters they received in the mail.

Lara Jean is stuck between two boys: Josh Sanderson and Peter Kavinsky. Josh is her sister’s ex-boyfriend. Peter is the coolest guy in school.

Lara Jean ends-up with Peter as her boyfriend at the end-of-the-movie.

She also discovers who sent out the letters.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is a sweet and a funny movie. Lara Jean is a heartwarming girl to watch on the screen. You can’t help but to root for her through everything she goes through in the entire movie.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is a great movie for teens and for anyone who wants to watch a romantic movie with his or her boyfriend or girlfriend. You should watch it if you want to watch something romantic or if you want to watch something that is sweet.

Until next time…

Luca Lane

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