To All The Boys: Always and Forever Review
By Melody Rivera
For all the nostalgic and chick flick lovers, this movie is definitely for you. If you are anything like me, you have been waiting for theTo All The Boys I've Ever Loved trilogy to come out.
Last Friday, To All The Boys: Always and Forever came out and it did not disappoint. This is the perfect movie for a night with the girls or, if you can force him, your boyfriend. The movie follows Lara Jean, played by Lana Condor, through her final moments in high school with boyfriend Peter Kavinsky, played by Noah Centineo. Lara Jean is finally starting to think about life after graduation and after getting rejected from Stanford University, where her and her boyfriend planned to go together—wondering what will happen to her relationship. Not to spoil too much, but she even thinks about New York City as her new possible home for the next four years.
This movie has already hit #4 on Netflix and it hasn’t even been a week since it has been released. Viewers have gotten a more realistic look at young romance through this series. It talks about those moments that aren’t so easy in relationships but how to overcome them, which I personally feel is so important. It definitely was a perfect ending to the trilogy and if you haven’t watched the first two, you are forgiven. Now you can plan a whole day to watch them all in order.