To All The Boys Always And Forever: Single Or Not, This Is A Perfect Valentine's Day Watch With A Popcorn Tub

Here's our review for Netflix's latest rom-com, To All The Boys Always And Forever, starring Lana Condor and Noah Cintenio

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To All The Boys Always And Forever: Single Or Not, This Is A Perfect Valentine's Day Watch With A Popcorn Tub
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If you're in your 30s and want to revisit the highschool romance and the teenage love drama, then the third part to To All The Boys is your dope. The film, starring Lana Condor and Noah Cintenio definitely lives up to the expectations of its prequels and is just as engaging as them. 

The story goes forward and brings Lara Jean and Peter Kevinskey to a juncture where they need to pick a university they will study in, post high school. As evident in the trailer, they end up choosing different schools. How they deal with this decision and how it impacts their relationship, is what To All The Boys Always And Forever is all about. 

The film has many heart-melting moments and it does take you back to your good old days when heartbreaks and 'butterflies in stomach' were an actual thing! The lead pair is adorable and the supporting cast too does the job well. The idea of incorporating different cities as locations was a good one as it adds a visual treat to the film.


Many may find it a cliche and yes it is in a lot of ways but well, most of the rom-coms face that issue. However, the charm of the film keeps you engaged and makes you want to live the cliche. 

Overall, if you're a sucker for romantic sagas and teenage love stories, then To All The Boys Always And Forever is a perfect Valentine's Day gift you can give yourself. So grab a bowl of popcorn and enjoy the magic. I will say it's bingeworthy and give it 3.5 stars. 






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