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An Unfiltered Review of To All the Boys: Always and Forever

I'm an Emotional, Sappy Mess After Watching Netflix’s To All the Boys: Always and Forever

An Unfiltered Review of To All the Boys: Always and Forever
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If I had to describe the perfect romantic comedy, it would probably look a lot like Netflix's To All the Boys movies. Over the years, the franchise based on Jenny Han's book series has offered me so much comfort, joy, and yes, even a few happy tears. While the world has fallen in love with Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, we've also fallen in love with Lara Jean and Peter's romance on screen. So, it goes without saying that I am pretty emotional about the final movie, Always and Forever.

The final film, which premiered on 12 Feb., sees Lara Jean and Peter in their final chapter of high school. As they navigate milestones like prom, college, and more, their love is tested yet again as they try to go the distance. I knew I was in for an emotional ride just watching the trailer, but I didn't expect to be a blubbering mess by the end. The film is truly the perfect ending to Lara Jean and Peter's love story. It's bittersweet, but still offers closure to longtime fans. Keep reading for all the unfiltered thoughts I had while watching the delightful movie.

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