To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

    To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You


    Lara Jean and Peter have just taken their romance from pretend to officially real when another recipient of one of her love letters enters the picture.

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    • Lana CondorLara Jean Song Covey
    • Noah CentineoPeter Kavinsky
    • Jordan FisherJohn Ambrose McClaren
    • Anna CathcartKatherine "Kitty" Song Covey
    • John CorbettDaniel Covey
    • Sarayu BlueTrina Rothschild
    • Janel ParrishMargot Song Covey
    • Ross ButlerTrevor Pike
    • Madeleine ArthurChristine
    • Emilija BaranacGenevieve


    • 83


      With one film left in the franchise, “P.S. I Still Love You” effectively operates as both its own feature and a bridge to the more adult questions Lara Jean and company will face in the final offering. It’s a love letter to teen movies of the past, but also a smart look at what they might be in the future.
    • 70

      Screen Rant

      Much like its main character, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is so sweetly, openly earnest in its love of love that it transcends cheesiness and gives viewers permission to indulge in unabashed intimacy and romance for its entire one hour and 40-minute runtime.
    • 67

      The A.V. Club

      A pleasant distraction without a lot of payoff. It doesn’t tarnish the original, but it never quite rises to its heights either.
    • 60


      As she was in To All the Boys, Condor is the beating heart of this movie, and her performance as Lara Jean is deceptively complex. Lara Jean has to be simultaneously a nerdy introvert and badass cool chick, but Condor makes both sides feel equally present and equally real.
    • 60

      The Guardian

      To All the Boys: PS I Still Love You doesn’t quite match its predecessor for heart fizzing romance – the first film dealt sensitively with loss and grief – but it’s just as entertaining and charming anchored by a supremely likable central performance from Condor.
    • 50


      The trouble with “P.S. I Still Love You” is that nearly all the reasons that Lara Jean makes such a refreshingly different romantic lead are contained in the earlier film, and here, she’s reduced to a version of the passive Disney princess, trying to decide between two dudes who both think she’s swell.
    • 50

      San Francisco Chronicle

      It’s not for people in the midst of their teen years, but for kids who are right on the edge of that social, hormonal discombobulation and are anticipating it with fear and dread. If “To All the Boys” gives courage and reassurance to apprehensive preteens — and is there any other kind? — then it will have served its public service. Still, as a movie, as entertainment … eh, it’s OK.
    • 50

      Movie Nation

      This movie plays like the middle picture in a trilogy — a romance in a holding pattern. The arguments are realistic but inserted as mere plot requirements.

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