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I am curious about the book, but I thought the movie was quite cute. A bit cliché, but cute nonetheless.
Sweet and quirky, the script lends the actors great characters to develop and doesn't present a story where we get lost in sappy, unrealistic relationship drama. A film that touches on the difficulties and learning that happens as we process friendship, grief, family and high-school!
Simply loved it. The character Lara Jean reminds me of myself in a lot of ways. Though I never wrote my crushes secret love letters to never be sent. I certainly did feel invisible in high school as a shy and introverted teen girl.
Might be the best YA rom-com I have ever seen. Eagerly waiting for the rest of the story.
heroine writes letters to the people whom ever she likes or hates nd keeps those letters in a secret box.oneday all those letters were posted by some one.problems start
Very predictable and boring all the way through.
Didn't live up to the hype but sure it was sweet.
this movie is delightful our main character Lara Jean is super likeable and sweet and unlike many teen movies the writing is excellent. the acting is great and the movie does what it set out to do its not a favourite movie of mine by any means but its worth a watch and is much better than most teen movies now a days.
meh, the plot actually sounds and looks like a typical wattpad fanfiction and Noah certainly does not qualify to be the male protagonist[in my opinion] and his acting is just awkward.
Cute and original. Didn’t recognize either leads, so I went in without expecting much, but they were both pretty amazing.