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To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, an apt Narrative on why girls leave

Reviewed by Banji Coker
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To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is a climatic reminder to every guy that girls are always going to break your heart.

In the Michael Fimognari direct, the lead character Lara Jean portrays the typical lifestyle of teenage girls who always have their heads in the clouds and overthink scenarios. You can’t measure up with their fantasies and the sad thing is they categorically explain what it is they are feeling. When a new boy comes along, they begin to feel butterflies but feign it by acting up. 

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It’s no news that girls love being the centre of a love triangle but hate to belong to a love triangle where the centre is their partner. This what the story by Jenny Hann unravels.

People who have read the book claim that the half Korean, Lara Jean had a lot of reasons to start having second thoughts and Peter played a huge role in fueling her insecurities.

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There are also speculations that in the final movie of the ‘To All The Boys I Loved Before’ series, Lara Jean would want to focus on herself which means she will leave Peter to bite the dust.

However, the moral of the story is that no matter what you do, a girl is still going to leave.

Generally, ‘To All The Boys I Loved Before’ series is apt in its display of resplendent scenes, playlist and actors assuming roles suitable to their capacity. It is an ideal family watch although with some subtle PG-13 scenes. It’s a good bet for love fanatics and girls and boys in high school because they most definitely will be able to relate with the conflicts and psychological makeup of the actors.

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When I saw this movie I could relate on so many levels, I had this flash back to when I was a teenager and how my love life was, yes I used to over think scenarios, I would imagine alot of unrealistic things.
I knew deep down within me that I was still going to leave eventually but then I was still going with the flow and was enjoying every bit of it.

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Truth be told, teenage love life is always interesting and didactic. Looking back some memories might get you laughing pretty hard🤣🤣

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Thank God I’ve not seen this movie… I can’t be relating to physical heartbreak and an entertaining one at the same time. 😬

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Haba! Why not watch it? I promise you some good laugh 🤣🤣