To All the Boys: Always and Forever Wraps Things Up

 In Comedy, Drama, Everything, Good, Woman Writer
Lana Condor in To All the Boys: Always and Forever

To All the Boys: Always and Forever

🟊Directed by Michael Fimoganari🟊
🟊Written by Katie Lovejoy🟊

The review:

I mean, it’s exactly as good as the previous two films and Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are made for each other, at least in this film. All the things you’ve enjoyed before are back, and they manage to have a few will-they-or-won’t-they moments, even after two other movies with such moments. This was a solid ending to the trilogy.*

The verdict: Good

Cost: Netflix monthly fee ($8.99)
Where watched: at home

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Further sentences:

*I’m assuming its a trilogy. There are only three books.

Questions:

  • What’s the best solution for a high school couple in love after graduation?
  • What would you pick for Laura Jean and Peter’s song?

Favorite IMDB trivia item:

The author of the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before trilogy Jenny Han made a small cameo as Principal Cho in a flashback of the day Peter first saw Lara Jean.

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Orange background with a white frame. In movies, love is always about the big moments. Grand speeches made in front of everyone, "marry me" written on the Jumbotron. But maybe love is actually about the moments when you think no one is watching. —To All the Boys: Always & Forever. Read the three sentence movie review. 3SMReviews.com
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  • Sara K.
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    Hello 3SMR – it has been awhile since I have left a 3SMR3SC. So here is the second of my three sentences on this post. I had totally forgotten to click out and read the 3smr—thanks to our recent communication I just did!

  • Sara K.
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    I also thought this was a good culmination of the trilogy. I loved the books and very much enjoyed the movies. Which is nice to have the movies do justice to the books I love–which doesn’t always happen.

    • Patricia Collins
      Reply

      It’s been awhile since I’ve read the books, but I remembered enough about the ending of the third book to be intrigued at the differences between the book and the movie.

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