To All the Boys P.S. I Still Love You


Daniela Moreno

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before P.S. I Love You is a Netflix movie that recently came out on February 12, 2020. This movie and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is based on the trilogy written by Jenny Han. The movie is starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo with Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky as the main characters. This movie is the sequel to the first movie To all the Boys I’ve Loved Before. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before came out in 2018 and fans have been waiting for this sequel. The last movie ended with Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky finally becoming a couple while the sequel starts with Lara Jean experiencing her first relationship. They go on their first date and they have their first Valentine’s day together. However, one day, She gets a letter from one of the boys that she wrote to before: John Ambrose. She starts to gain feelings for him. Now, She doesn’t know if she wants to be with Peter or John Ambrose.

According to many critics, the first movie was more exciting: viewers got to meet the characters and the plot made sense. In contrast, the sequel was not bad, but they could have done a lot more with the story line. There were also some inconsistencies in the movie. For instance, in the first movie, Lara Jean talks about this boy she had a crush in, John Ambrose he is caucasian and has blue eyes. However, once the second movie aired, many were surprised to see that John Ambrose was played by Jordan Fisher, a biracial actor. Also, many spectators thought the ending was a little rushed, as there was more to the story that was left unsolved. For example, in the movie, Lara Jean has a kiss with John Ambrose, but later understands that her true love is Peter Kavinsky. Although the kiss did happen in the movie, it was never brought up again.

In conclusion, do I recommend the movie? Yes. Although it wasn’t my favorite it is still a great way to spend time. The movie is entertaining and it was a great rom-com. It portrayed teen romance and comedy. I would recommend it to teens and young adults. I think that they would find this movie relatable or entertaining. I enjoyed it and I think that you will too!