Three sentence movie reviews: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

As an adolescent who wrote and then did not send letters to boys I liked, this movie was right up my alley. Aside from the fun not-relationship setup, we also got family life and some less fun social media harassment issues. While this movie has a few flaws,* it’s been a very good summer for romantic comedies (mostly due to Netflix) and I’m happy to add this to the list of solid rom-coms.

Cost: Netflix monthly subscription fee ($7.99)
Where watched: at home, and it was exactly what I needed on this particular Sunday evening.

Also consider watching: Warm Bodies, Everything Everything

*If they are lounging on their couches, why do they watch media on a laptop and not some sort of TV device? Don’t tell me they don’t have a TV, because they must.  Also, when one gets into a hot tub in one’s nightgown, one does not then get to walk in a dry nightgown back to their room.

3 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”

  1. Also good catch on the flaws. Apparently some GenZ-ers prefer to watch in the computer screens. Wonder if that’s it.

    1. But why would they do such a thing, those crazy kids. Is it because they grew up with HUGE TV screens, too big for their little eyes to fully track?

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