Netflix’s To All the Boys: Always and Forever Movie Review: Teen Trilogy Satisfy End!

‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever’, the third installment to’ To All the boys’ is now streaming on Netflix. The film ‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever’ based on Jenny Han’s book Always and Forever, Lara Jean reached its final journey. This journey has also been amazing. Netflix has attracted a lot of viewers with its trilogy, ‘To All the Boys’. This Netflix film series is being well liked by the youth. But they are also very sad to see the last part of this film series.

If you like watching gentle romance with mild cries, then ‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever’ movie is for you.

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The film begins with Lara Jean(Lana Condor) vacationing with her family in Seoul. However, Lara and her boyfriend Peter Kavinsky ( Noah Centineo) start planning to study at Stanford University together. The glimpse of their relationship can be seen clearly, how they love each other. Though, where Peter’s selection is already done.

A Still from ‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever ( Image Source- Netflix )

Lara is also very excited about going to Stanford with Peter. Lara asks her friends, will they miss her or not. Small fistfights keep moving between friends, as often happens between friends. Unfortunately, Lara’s application to Stanford University gets rejected. How to tell Peter about it, Lara is in dilemma. Lara has to look at other options. She gets admission in University of California, Berkley, which is an hour’s drive from Stanford. On the other hand in New York, which is 3000 miles away from Stanford. Should she choose Berkley for her love or New York for herself? To know, what she choose in between two, watch To All the Boys: Always and Forever.

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Like both the films of this earlier series,(To All the Boys: I’ve Loved Before 2018 and To All the Boys: P.S I Still Love You, 2020 ) this film, To All the Boys: Always and Forever also manages to leave a mark on our hearts. Then, regardless of the relationship between Lara and Peter, it has touched our hearts. The end of all the boys has made us a bit sad. But what is that love story, in which time do not play his game. Returned from previous both two parts, reprise their roles, including Anna Cathcart and Janel Parrish as Lara’s sisters, Kitty and Margot are good in their roles. Madeleine Arthur as Lara’s best friend is good as well in movie.

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Where To Watch

To All the Boys: Always and Forever is streaming now on Netflix.

Director:  Michael Fimognari

Story: Jenny Han

Cast: Noah Centineo, Lana Condor, Anna Cathcart, Jordan Fisher, Janel Parrish,

CinematographyMichael Fimognari

Producer: Chris Foss

Screenplay: Katie Lovejoy

Running Time: 115 minutes

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