I read Jenny Han's To All The Boys I've Loved Before a long time before seeing the film and it's amazing how well they stuck to the novel. Perhaps they missed out a few characters but the plot stayed basically the same and the actors captured their character perfectly. The movie was sweet, funny and unique just like the novel. As a fan of Jenny Han novels I was not disappointed and hopefully they make the sequels as well.
To All the Boys I've Loved Before (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
To All the Boys I've Loved Before (2018) 1080p
A teenage girl's secret love letters are exposed and wreak havoc on her love life.
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The Synopsis for To All the Boys I've Loved Before (2018) 1080p
Lara Jean Covey writes letters to all of her past loves, the letters are meant for her eyes only. Until one day when all the love letters are sent out to her previous loves. Her life is soon thrown into chaos when her foregoing loves confront her one by one.
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One of the best YA book to film adaptations everReviewed bymadisoncozensVote: 10/10
I haven't read the book and I just hope it is very different than the movie because it is awful on basically every level.
THE ACTINGHorrendous acting by really bad actors.John Corbett is fine but basically everyone of the young actors is just plain awful. It is like enunciatation and cadence do not exist in their vocabulary.
THE DIALOGUEThe dialogue is just bad. These actors are not good but noone could make this garbage work. It is not authentic, it is not clever and it is not funny.
THE STORYIt is fine even though it is nothing really new. The problem is so predictable.
THE DIRECTINGAs bland as the movie is, is the the cinematography and the editing. There is a lot of very weird framing of shots and I am pretty sure several times they break the 180 degree rule. They frame a lot by positing the camera centered which makes the movie even more boring. I didn't look up the director or the director of photography but if they already did a lot of stuff I would be shocked.
I wanted to like this, the trailer looked promising but after about 30 minutes in I could't take it anymore.
No, she is not a shy girl with spectacles that suddenly finds her true love to remove the spectacles and notice she is beautiful. No, he is not a mindless cruel jock with the only purpose in life to show girls what not to date. No, he is not the good friend who in the end gets the girl because that's who she really loved. The characters in this film feel real and act like real people. It is so painfully obvious that the movie is based on a book: few original scripts for romantic movies ever pay attention to the people in the story and care about making the story original and relatable at the same time.
Bottom line: for a romantic movie it was great. I loved and understood the characters (all except the little sister who should have died in any kind universe), even the "villains". I loved that there were no real villains, only people with goals and hopes and desires. I liked the actors, the acting and the direction. The movie is based on the first book in a trilogy by Jenny Han. I am not sure the other books are as good or if the story even needs a continuation. I thought it was perfect the way it was. Is it a romantic young adult novel adaptation? Yes it is. Is it stupid and formulaic? Definitely not! To me it is one of few movies about love and romance that don't retell the same cardboard story with the same cardboard characters. It is an art to find the perfect spot between relatability and realism. I think this film found it.