To All the Boys: Always and Forever leaves Netflix fans 'crying their eyes out' with emotional roller coaster ending

TO ALL The Boys: Always and Forever has unsurprisingly left Netflix fans in floods of tears with its "precious" love story finale.

Released on the romantic date of the year, February 14 Valentine's Day, long-time viewers of the movie trilogy have already flocked to watch the final slushy instalment.

WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS TO ALL THE BOYS: ALWAYS AND FOREVER SPOILERS

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The talented Lana Condor, playing Lara Jean, and heartthrob Noah Centineo, as Peter Kavinsky, are back for the final movie which was released almost exactly a year after the sequel came out.

As with the first two movies, the third Netflix film is based on the novels by Jenny Han, particularly the last book named Always and Forever, Lara Jean.

The Netflix synopsis reads: “As Lara Jean Covey prepares for the end of high school and the start of adulthood, a pair of life-changing trips lead her to reimagine what life with her family, friends, and Peter will look like after graduation.

"Senior year of high school takes centre stage as Lara Jean returns from a family trip to Korea and considers her college plans — with and without Peter."


The plotline sees their happy ever after plans disrupted when Peter is accepted to Stanford and she isn't, forcing her to explore options an hour away including UC Berkeley, or a move to New York for NYU.

She plumps for the latter, meaning the pair are set for a long-distance love.

After a row on prom night they are on the brink of splitting up, before LJ's sister shows her the first ever letter she wrote about Peter.

The pair reunite and vow to write letters to continue their long-distance love.



The concluding scenes also leave the suggestion the besotted couple also made love for the first time that night.

While the ending leaves their relationship on a positive note, there is still the unknown as to whether they finished their respective universities in love.

Caught up with the sheer emotion, one fan took to Twitter to write: "Im drunk and I just finished watching To all the Boys: Forever and always with my roommates and now I’m crying because no one is gonna love me as much as Peter loves Lara Jean."

Another posted: "Not me ugly crying to the end of to all the boys always and forever movie."


One then confessed: "My Valentine’s Day has consisted on watching to all the boys always and forever and crying," as another added: "Not me crying over to all the boys 3 for the second time."

A Netflix subscriber then wrote: "Crying because “To All the Boys: Always and Forever” is so precious."

To All the Boys I've Loved Before was the original 2018 movie which marked the start of the franchise.


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 It was then followed by To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, which was released in February 2020.

The first film was based on the 2014 novel of the same name by Jenny Han and it covered the first book and ended midway through the plot of the second novel P.S. I Still Love You.

To All The Boys: Always and Forever is available to stream on Netflix now.

 

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