To All The Boys P.S. I Still Love You
To know what happened in Lara Jean’s life, come join me to know the gist of the movie. Based on Jenny Han’s 2015 novel P.S. I Still Love You, the movie is sequel of To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. The film released on February 12, 2020 on Netflix. It is an American teen romantic comedy directed by Michael Fimognari.
Story and Screenplay
Lara Jean joins Belleview Retirement Home as her high school sets up a volunteer program, where her old sister Margot went. On her first day, she meets John Ambrose McClaren whom she has written letters many years ago. Her relation with Peter starts breaching which brings John and Lara closer while volunteering at Belleview. John started to have feelings for Lara, and he with all their friends decide to go to their old school hangout spot. They all dig up the time capsule they buried years ago and unpack it. That day John learns about Lara and Peter’s relationship, where former apologises to John. Later on the other side, due to some misunderstanding Lara breaks up with Peter, and go with John at the prom. Will she end up loving John?? Is John her dream boy??? What Peter gonna do?? To learn about these questions, you need to check out the second part of the story.
Dialogues, music and direction
Peachy and decent dialogue delivery by the cast. Music is soothing, romantic and amatory. Well like part 1, the director did an amazing work in this second installment too.
Dandy, charming, attractive and glossy perfoemance by th cast. Lana Condor as Lara Jean is sweet, simple, yet smart and lovable. Noah Centineo as Peter Kavinsky is hot, spicy and entrancing with his looks and performance. Jordan Fisher as John Ambrose is beautifully great and pleasing.
Winsomely good teen romantic movie with some comedy, craziness and nuttiness. It’s predictable and demotic at some points, but will keep you hooked and engaged throughout the time. If you loved the first one, definitely you’ll gonna love this too. So what are you waiting for, go fall in love with Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky, watch it on Netflix.
Disclaimer: The above review solely illustrates the views of the writer.