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The Messiness of ‘To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You’

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24.02.2020
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When To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before released on Netflix in the late summer of 2018, nobody suspected it would become a pop culture phenomenon. So, it was no surprise that both the sequel and last installment in the trilogy were shot back to back in 2019. But as the narrative becomes more complex, sometimes it’s possible to lose some of the things that made the first film special. As is the case with To All the Boys: P.S I Still Love You.

Picking up shortly after the ending of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, High school juniors Lara Jean Convey (Lana Condor) and Peter Kovinsky (Noah Centineo) are officially a couple after pretending to be one in an effort to help each other solve their own personal romantic woes – Lara Jean trying to save face after five of her secret love letters are unknowingly sent to their recipients, one of which was addressed to Peter, and Peter trying to win over his ex-girlfriend Genevieve (Emilija Baranac). The two end up falling in love with each other, and for a while, everything seems perfect for Lara Jean. That is, until John Ambrose McClaren (Jordan Fisher), the final recipient of her love letters, enters the........

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