To All The Boys: Always And Forever movie review

Rating: 3 out of 6.

I’m usually not one for sappy teen romances – as written in my “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” review – but since I’ve already watched its previous entries, why not I just finish it. Though at first, I really wasn’t looking forward to this at all, but “To All The Boys: Always And Forever” was actually pretty decent and damn it, I kind of enjoyed it.

“To All The Boys: Always And Forever” (let’s just shorten it to TATB3) follows our favourite Netflix couple Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) at the end of their high school years just about to start adulthood. But as a lot of us have experienced it before, adulthood means more problems, and this put their lovely relationship to the test when they have to choose the different colleges they want to attend, potentially being far apart from each other.

The “To All The Boys” trilogy have taken over three years and it’s obvious when these two lovebirds looked so natural together. Especially Condor whom I think is very comfortable in this character as she shows off her sweet side that made the audience fall for her in the first movie back in 2018. And as the trilogy grew, Lara Jean and Peter’s relationship grows along with it because there is less cringe factor here and more deciding on their future, which is more realistic and relatable than, say, lighting paper lanterns with their names together like in the previous movie – and I appreciate that.

If you aren’t into teen romcoms or haven’t been following the series, there really is no reason for you to watch “TATB3”. But if you are, this movie is a good send off for the series that introduced to one of the sweetest fictional couples in TV.

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