The story of Violet and Theodore, who meet and change each other's lives forever. As they struggle with the emotional and physical scars of their past, they discover that even the smallest places and moments can mean something.
Jodi, the tallest girl in her high school, has always felt uncomfortable in her own skin. But after years of slouching, being made fun of, and avoiding attention at all costs, Jodi finally decides to find the confidence to stand tall.
The books take place in Charlottesville, Virginia while the movie takes place in Oregon. See more »
The science class, including Lara-Jean and Peter, go on a field trip to the "Portland Aquarium". No such aquarium exists in Portland, Oregon. The closest aquarium is in Newport, Oregon, almost 100 miles away. See more »
When you light a lantern and send it into the sky, you're supposed to make a wish. I thought I wanted a promise that Peter and I would never hurt each other. I wanted something that doesn't exist. I wanted happily ever after. But I know now, that I don't wanna love in half measures. I want it all. And to have it all, we have to risk it all. If I could do it over, I wouldn't change a thing. Because everything that happened has brought us here. This is our story and we're ...
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Jordan Fisher did justice to his character, John Ambrose, and I found that he very much so had chemistry with Lara Jean. However, the plot seemed to lack the essence of a teen movie as such - romance! LJ's character, with her pettiness, childishness and tendency to go off tangents got on my nerves and made her pairing with Peter hard to like. It was also very difficult to understand what her character offered in any of the relationships she had. There was barely any character development and the plot was basic and pointless (LJ was just helpless about which guy she wanted to be with - selfish much?). Overall, the movie was very surface-levelled and I would not recommend it to anyone. Not giving it a one-star rating solely for the good job that Jordan Fisher did.
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