To make a movie out of Jenny Han's two delightful books isn't easy because of all the details and sidelines in the charming story of a teenage girl and first love(s) and this film just shows that.All the people and moments, that made these novels special, have been left out to leave behind an unsurprising all-American movie.The two stars are for the actors.
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To All the Boys I've Loved Before (2018)
A teenage girl's secret love letters are exposed and wreak havoc on her love life.
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Lara Jean Covey writes letters to all of her past loves, the letters are meant for her eyes only. Until one day when all the love letters are sent out to her previous loves. Her life is soon thrown into chaos when her foregoing loves confront her one by one.
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A sad mainstreamy story taken out of two really special booksReviewed byclaw-97583Vote: 2/10
I absolutely adored this movie, super teeny boppy Rom Com. Feels like the movies I grew up with in the 80s and 90s. This movie has alot of 10 Things I Hate About You vibes and the lead actress reminds me alot of Julia Stiles. Very expressive, natural acting abilities, very talented! And of course, the lead actor is very dreamy, very unlike the traditional "good guy makes douche move" characters in these types of movies. He is very talented as well, a natural in this one! A far cry from his SPF 18 movie (that one sucked!). Worth the watch!
I haven't read Jenny Han's To All the Boys I've Loved Before, so I came to this film without any preconceptions. I don't know whether the film followed the novel or not, but as a stand alone YA film, this was an absolute winner!It's so nice to watch a film not full of anger and pain and ugliness, but rather love and learning. And it was accomplished without any nudity and without any vulgar language. I'm not a prude by any means, but I get sick of the same old diet of sensationalism and crudity that pretty much every contemporary film made in Hollywood considers a requirement. The premise is perfect: what young girl has not written a love letter to a crush that she never intended to send? The storyline tracks well. The only thing that went slightly astray is the scene that alludes to the fact that in high school,, not everyone is who they seem. That hints at a back story that would be really fun to explore--maybe in a sequel?Lana Condor is perfect (albeit slightly typecast) as the quiet nerd. Noah Centineo's performance hints at acting depth that looks promising to develop further in future films. Anna Cathcart is adorable as the little sister who wants the best for her sibling. And it was nice to see Janel Parrish do a great job in a POSITIVE role (let's see her in more of those, okay, filmmakers?). Those were the stand out characters in my mind, but the supporting roles were well done also. This is the perfect family film--cute, entertaining, light, and one you would not be afraid to watch with your kids (or parents as the case may be). One small hint: keep watching after the credit roll. It's delightful.