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“To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” Review

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Maggie Quirke
The sequel follows along the plot line of “All the Boys I loved Before”, including the final lost letter that was left unanswered

Recently, the sequel to the Netflix original, “To All The Boys I Loved Before” was released. People who watched and loved the first one were overly excited to watch the sequel. 

The movie picks up at the end of the first movie. It starts with Lara Jean and Peter going on their first date. Lara Jean repeatedly says that this is her first time being a girlfriend and she is worried that she may mess things up for the two of them. The date goes great and they promise they won’t break each other’s hearts. 

Later on in the movie, Lara Jean gets a letter back from the only person who never responded in the first movie, John Ambrose. When he responds, Lara gets hit with a wave of emotions. She decides not to do anything with it because she doesn’t want to mess up what her and Peter have. She later volunteers at an old persons home, and John happens to be working there too. 

After seeing him, her infatuation with relationships comes back. It is just as fresh as the first movie. Lara Jean and her innocent obsession with love, is not as great and intriguing as the first, “To All The Boys I’ve Ever Loved Before”, but it still adds and makes the movie a fun experience. 

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Throughout the movie Lara debates on whether or not to stay with Peter or see what would happen if she decides on being with John. The main idea of both movies is still the idea of being in love and loving it.

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Maggie Quirke, Tom Tom Staff
Maggie Quirke is a sophomore and has been on staff for two years. She is on the Antioch Dance Team
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