To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before – Movie Review


Kenzie Kilgore, Writer

The movie, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, is adorable and super entertaining. The movie stars Lana Connor as Lara Jean, and Noah Centineo as Peter Kavinsky. The movie scored a ninety-five percent on rotten tomatoes, which is a good thing. Rotten tomatoes is a way of rating movies with the higher the percentage the better.

To All the boys I’ve Loved Before is about a teenage girl who writes secret love letters to her crushes. All five of her letters are sent out and one thing leads to another, she is pretending to date one of her crushes(Peter Kavinsky aka Noah Centineo) because she doesn’t want the other boys to find out that she likes/liked them. Through this experience, Lara Jean, makes new friends, learns how it feels to be heartbroken, and discovers new things about herself.

Romance and comedy are both seen in the movie To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before that shows all the struggles of being a teenage girl. Even though this movie is a romance it has good humor, and is very entertaining.

Not only has this movie appealed to thousands, but it also has helped launch the career of Noah Centineo. He has appeared in Austin & Ally, the fosters, spf-18, and more. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is definitely his best so far, but who knows, he might be the new Matthew McConaughey.

The movie was liked by ninety-eight percent of people who watched it, and was a huge hit for Netflix. The movie included popular girls, cute boys, sisterly love, and teenage problems. By the end of the movie Lara Jean has experienced heart break, love, true friendship, and tons of drama. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before ends with Lara Jean falling in love with…

                            * Just kidding, why would I spoil the movie. I guess you’ll just have to go watch it!!!