Hey Book Worms ❤
I am so sorry for being away from Blogosphere but I had Term 2 Exams of my class 12 in school. I also have exams throughout December and then Practicals in February. In fact I don’t even get much time for reading books and blogging. I am sorry I couldn’t blog hop for a while (actually a month) . But now I am planning to strike a balance between my blogging and studies as it so important. Thanks for everyone who did stick around for me. I am so grateful ❤
Even though I haven’t been reading much but still I have watched a few movies and that I immensely enjoyed and loved . Today I bring my review on Netflix Phenomenal Movie”To all the boys I’ve loved before “
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My Rating: 5 STARS
Released on :17 August 2018
This movie on its release created waves around the world and so much more in the bookish Fandom. I know I am superbly late in watching this movie but I think it’s never too late to watch a great movie. I know most of the people have already watched this movie but even this world there might be someone who hasn’t watch this movie, so maybe my Fangirling review might compel someone .
Well to begin with I was introduced to the character of Lara Jean on 2016 itself and many of the readers in the blogosphere already know about her quirkiness . I just loved that book and seeing those translating into a huge budget movie was a delight to watch . All those quirkiness and different story was such a beautiful masterpiece. Characters of Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky have become house hold names, other day I was taking to a friend who barely reads books but became so obsessed with these characters. Movies are such a powerful tool. I loved Lana Condor and Noah Centineo and their onscreen chemistry. They did a great job playing their parts well.
Susan Johnson , the director did ACTUALLY did a wonderful job of creating and transforming Lara and Peter’s most beautiful moments on the screen. The only thing I wished was a longer running time of the movie.