In the sequel to 2018's The Kissing Booth', high school senior Elle juggles a long-distance relationship with her dreamy boyfriend Noah, college applications, and a new friendship with a han... Read allIn the sequel to 2018's The Kissing Booth', high school senior Elle juggles a long-distance relationship with her dreamy boyfriend Noah, college applications, and a new friendship with a handsome classmate that could change everything.In the sequel to 2018's The Kissing Booth', high school senior Elle juggles a long-distance relationship with her dreamy boyfriend Noah, college applications, and a new friendship with a handsome classmate that could change everything.
Joshua Daniel Eady
- (as Joshua Eady)
WATCH THE FILM FOR YOURSELF BEFORE COMMENTING STAN TWITTER DRAMA!
In all honestly, I know a ton of people from stan twitter are gonna come after a lot of people for reviewing this and not like what I have to say, but this is an honest review section that doesn't apply to their online platform. Caution SLIGHT SPOILER: Yes, there is one very brief scene where a distasteful joke is made about Bieber's appearance from the time he was suffering from lyme disease (an onstage amateur comedian calls out his "trucker look"). It's a cheap shot at comedy, but not as offensive as they are making it out to be, plus it doesn't draw out and is said in a light fashion, but the scene itself is said in a stand-up comedy bar, which are KNOWN for being offensive and pushing boundaries. They are not meant to appease you or make you comfortable, its meant to be controversial and they target every person regardless of their circumstance, it's not an isolated occasion for Bieber. It's been done for literal years and it's stupid that people are flipping out over it even to the point of harassing people who weren't involved, yes seriously, people are that obsessed. It's amazing that in a film like this that carries misogynistic messages for its young viewers that people would be the most upset over this trivial thing. Mind you this was part of a montage scene so it only appears for less than TWO SECONDS and is a throwaway line so I have no idea why people are so pressed. Just because it's making fun of bieber do people (especially fangirls) feel the need to be angry about it, and no even if he was a woman (like one "review" stated, there would not be outrage like this), remember Britney and Lindsey in 2007? No one sticking up for them when they clearly had drug and mental health problems, these people are just hypocrites who like to complain because they are obsessed with a celebrity who doesn't know they exist. Just keep this in mind before you choose to watch or not because it is ridiculous to boycott a film like this just because you get "offended" over a joke that doesn't add or impact the storyline. Wish people would think for themselves and not just listen to everything twitter tells them. Anyway, the film itself is definitely an improvement from the last one, the storyline is more compelling and the acting was definitely better, but somehow is slightly more cringey in many aspects and I think the Kissing booth theme is kind of irrelevant for this plot and left messy at the end.
- Jul 24, 2020
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