To All The Boys: Always And Forever is another really sweet follow up to the first two movie of the franchise. If you love the others, you will love this one. Check out the details in my parents guide movie review.
Netflix’s To All The Boys: Always And Forever is the third movie from the franchise and based off the 2015 novel series by Jenny Han. The first two films have been huge hits on Netflix and with the teenage crowd but will this third installment live up to the fandom? Check out all the details in my parents guide movie review.
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To All The Boys: Always And Forever Parents Guide
Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) are happily in love, finishing up their last year of high school and planning to attend college together. However, when Lara Jean does not get into the same college as Peter, and falls in love with New York & NYU while on a school trip, she starts to contemplate attending college on the other side of the country. Will she take that leap? Will she attend NYU? Will Lara Jean and Peter’s relationship survive? You have to watch to find out!
To All The Boys Always And Forever Age Appropriate
Lets take a look at what parents need to know before letting their kids watch To All The Boys: Always And Forever.
Language: Thelanguage is mild, with an ocassional d*mn and references like “I have mastered the french”, implying to a french kiss.
Sexual Content: There is no nudity in this film but there are some sexual references, discussions about sex and implied sex. Characters are shown kissing passionately and there is one particular scene in which two characters start to remove eachother’s clothing but fall short from having sex. Sex between characters eventually happen but the characters only wake up in bed together the next day, the sex scene is not shown.
Fans of the books and of the first two films will find much to like about in To All The Boys: Always And Forever. It is refreshing to finally get a film where Lara Jean and Peter are settled into their relationship, happily in love with no obstacles in the way. That is, until obstacles get in the way. Not too hard to guess, which like the first two films this third installment is super predictable from the beginning to the end. However, this does not take away from the movie but only enhances it because that predictableness is exactly what the fan base WANTS! The film does exactly what it is expected to do, please the teenage fans and giving them a love story they can cheer for.
Lana Condor who plays Lara Jean truly embodies the role, so much so it is going to be tough to see her in any other role outside of this franchise. The messages of self confidence and family unity her character sends is much needed for our teenage daughters. And the romance between Lara Jean and Peter is one to look up to as well. Peter loves Lara Jean for her quirkiness, never trying to change her but embracing all of her traits. The chemistry the two have on screen is so believable one has to wonder if they is a little romance off-screen as well?
You can’t save this relationship by not growing.
To All The Boys: Always And Forever is probably my favorite movie from the franchise due to the message it sends to audiences. To never let someone hold you back, even if it is someone you love. If the love is truly real, then it will stay strong through any bumps that may pop up in the road but in the end, you must stay true to yourself. What better message can a film send to those young romantics at heart?