Review: 'To All the Boys PS I Still Love You'

PS I Still Love You
Posted on 03/02/2020
PS I Still Love YouReview: “To all the Boys P.S. I Still Love You”
Bella Barbush
Staff Writer
22ibarbush@cvsdstudents.org

In August of 2018 the film version of To all the Boys I’ve Loved Before was released on Netflix. Since then, the release of To All the Boys P.S. I Still Love You, has been much anticipated. It was released on Netflix February 12th, 2020, and is now ranked fifth out of the top ten movies today with a four-star rating from the audience.

The cast is quirky and fun, and while you are falling in love with the new characters, your love for the characters in the first film flourishes. It is not quite as lively
and fresh as the first film, but still has plenty of uplifting and lovable moments.

Actress Lana Condor, and actor Noah Centineo enhance the film with their stunning performance, each complementing one another. The film does an outstanding job of getting into a teenager's mindset of one who
is new to the dating scene. The film creates problems of a high school teenager, and brings in actress, Holland Taylor as a mother figure for main character Lara Jean who lost her mother years before. Taylor helps Lara Jean overcome her complications in her relationship.

I would recommend this movie for anyone who enjoys romance movies, and is ready for an emotional whirlwind. It is best suited for a mature audience of teenagers,
since there is some profanity and relations. It is the perfect movie to watch with friends, or your significant other on a night in. It is playful, yet heavy-hearted, warm, and will always leave you wanting more.

To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean
is rumored to be coming out later this year.
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