"To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You" was finally released on Feb. 12 just in time for your annual Valentine's Day rom-com.
This movie is simply adorable. We definitely had some questions about what was going to happen between Lara Jean and Peter when the trailer for the second film was released in December, but our questions couldn't have been more clearly answered.
The movie starts out with the adorable new couple, Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky heading on their first date. The scene couldn't have been more rom-com perfect from the witty remarks from Peter and Lara Jean's awkward but adorable demeanor to them writing their initials on a floating lantern and releasing it into the sky together. TOO PERFECT.
After all of the perfectness, we finally see the problem their relationship was going to have to face, John Ambrose McClaren.
We get to know the elusive John Ambrose McClaren. He was one of the guys who received a letter in the first movie, but we never get to meet him.
He is as charming as he is handsome. And there are a lot of moments in the movie where you can see how compatible their personalities and interests are.
When Lara Jean finds out she is volunteering at the same places as John Ambrose, she neglects to tell him that she and Peter are together prompting a very awkward interaction between the three of them later in the movie.
After an argument between Peter and Lara Jean later on in the movie, they breakup. Lara Jean's insecurities about wondering if Peter thinks about Jen and if she is going to be just another girl are ALL TOO REAL and are well showcased in this film.
During their very short breakup, Lara Jean explores her curiosity for John Ambrose and has the revelation that she is in love with Peter.
I think the best part of the movie was when Lara Jean went to go after Peter and confess her love and he was at the door going after her too. His speech to her? Chills, love, tears, obsessed.
I definitely think our favorite rom-com, teen, power couple will be back for a third movie, and who knows, maybe we will see what happens with Trina and Dr. Covey.
The moral of the story is, we all need a Kitty in our lives to be our matchmaker.