By Samantha Gibisser
Netflix just dropped its sequel to the movie “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” called “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.” “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” was a very popular movie when it came out and left fans wanting more.
The sequel was released on February 12, 2020 after the official trailer came out on December 19, 2019. Fans patiently waited for the sequel to come out after waiting about a year and a half since the original movie.
In the last movie, Lara Jean wrote love letters to five boys she thought she was in love with. Two of the boys who got letters were her sisters ex-boyfriend who she secretly had a crush on and Peter Kavinsky.
Lara Jean’s little sister Kitty was the one who sent the letters out to all the boys without Lara Jean knowing. When the two boys got the letters they brought them to school and Lara Jean wanted to make her sister’s ex-boyfriend Josh jealous and kissed Peter.
Peter had just broken up with his girlfriend Jen so he wanted to make her jealous. So both Peter and Lara Jean decided to have a fake relationship to make the people they liked jealous.
Peter and Lara Jean ended up really liking each other and the movie ended with them confessing their true feelings for each other.
The sequel started off with the new official relationship between Peter Kavinsky and Lara Jean Covey. The sequel showed more of a background story of Lara Jean Covey’s life than the last movie, including her family traditions.
It showed more of Peter and Lara dating and falling in love and going through difficult times. This movie was long waited and finally let fans get what they had waited so long for.