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I Just Watched “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: Forever And Always” On Netflix And It Was Absolute Perfection

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Finishing the third movie of the ‘To All The Boys’ trilogy was super exciting but insanely upsetting because as you all know, this is the final movie of the love story between Lara Jean Song Covey and Peter Kavinsky.

Before I continue any further down this incredible love story, if you haven’t watched the movie pop your popcorn and put on your comfy pajamas already because this article has some major spoilers!


Let me just start off by saying that this movie was raw and very realistic when it comes down to Peter and Lara Jean’s relationship and heads up, they do break up.


The picture perfect couple isn’t so perfect anymore when Lara Jean realizes she’s fallen in love with NYU which is across the country from Peter’s commitment to Stanford University.


The original plan was for both Lara Jean and Peter to attend Stanford University but when life doesn’t work out exactly how you want it too, Lara Jean is denied admission from Stanford.


Coincidentally enough, L.J. does get accepted into Berkley which is only an hour from Stanford, (yay happy times again) but when she visits the big apple on her senior trip, any interest she has in Berkley is quickly washed away.


Lara Jeans learns the hard lesson of choosing yourself even when you are in love.


The couple that first started off with high hopes in attending the same university, to then being only an hour drive away, are now going to be 3,000 miles apart.


To make a long story short, Peter ends his relationship with Lara Jean on PROM NIGHT, I know, this doesn’t look great on Peter’s part but before I sew back together your broken heart, you’ll just have to watch the movie for yourself.


From one author to the next,

Always and Forever.


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