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To All the Boys: Always and Forever Movie Cast & Crew
|Directed by||Michael Fimognari|
|Produced by||Chris Foss|
|Screenplay by||Katie Lovejoy|
|Based on||Always and Forever, Lara Jean
by Jenny Han
|Edited by||Michelle Harrison
To All the Boys: Always And Forever Movie:
We have reached the third and final chapter of the series to feel good “To all the boys I fell in love with”. In the first film, Lara Jean Song Covey (Lana Condor) suffers the shameful experience of having her old love letters sent to her lovers.
One of the receivers, Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo), hatches a plan to have a fake relationship with Lara Jean to make her ex jealous. The experience ends up leading them to a real relationship.
Then, in “To All the Boys P.S. I still love you, ”Lara Jean navigates the weaknesses and insecurities of her first love as she explores old feelings for another of the boys she once loved, John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher).
Now a little more confident and with her eyes set on a future filled with romance, college, and writing success, Lara Jean begins “To All Boys: Always and Forever” on a hopeful note. Her dreams never seemed closer, but she is about to learn one of life’s hardest lessons: the future doesn’t always go as planned.
Star Cast performance
There couldn’t be a better Lara Jean than Lana Condor and Peter Kavinsky than Noah Centineo. Her performances in the movie are really natural, as if they are just acting and convince you to believe in your heart that this love story exists in real life.
Besides the lead, what I like the most among star performances is the supporting cast of Lara and Peter. Special thanks to Anna Cathcart, Janel Parrish, Ross Butler, and Madeleine Arthur.
Of course, Lara Jean and Peter are also talking about their own movie story. In the 2018 movie, the delicious To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, they were the classic fake couple turned real; in last year’s strangely little sweet sequel To All The Boys: P.S. I still love you, they were an established couple destabilized by Lara Jean’s flirtation with another boy.
In fact, in the last film of the trilogy, the awkwardly titled To All the Boys: Always and Forever, the movie has to keep showing us moments from the very first installment, when Condor and Centineo’s chemistry was at its peak.
Alison Willmore of Vulture noted in her review that in P.S. I Still Love You, the third point in the John Ambrose triangle was, in many ways, Lara Jean’s best partner; When John Ambrose drew our attention to Kavinsky’s right to the king of lacrosse-bros, he toned down the decoy Peter jock. Centineo wasn’t in top shape during P.S. either, so his forced smiles legitimized Lara Jean’s suspicion that Peter was complying with the moves. She chose it anyway.
To All the Boys: Always and Forever Movie Review: Direction, Music
The background soundtrack to the movie is what stole the show from me. The way the creators have planned to perform songs in each situation left me quite impressed. Songs like “I Like Me Better (Ryan Riback Remix)” by Lauv, Beginning Middle End by The Greeting Committee and “Pretty Savage” by BLACKPINK stand out.
Directing and cinematography (Michael Fimognari) stood out as a signature Netflix movie with seamless transitions and animations throughout.
To All the Boys: Always and Forever Movie Review: The Last Word
Check it out if you’re single and want to cry. Check it out if you want to cry about your past relationship. And look at it if you believe in the perfect fairy tales and love stories. Watch it ANYWAY!