This New Netflix Movie Is The Perfect High School Romantic Comedy And You Need To Watch It Right Now - Narcity

This New Netflix Movie Is The Perfect High School Romantic Comedy And You Need To Watch It Right Now

The movie stars Noah Centineo, Emilija Baranac and Janel Parrish.

This year has been amazing for Netflix Original movies. Netflix is seriously killing the game when it comes to hilarious romantic comedies. We're talking Alex Strangelove, The Kissing Booth, Set It Up, need I say more?

Their latest Netflix Original movie is hilarious, awkward and takes place in high school. The story is original and cheesy but we loooove it.

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Netflix just released their newest original movie "To All The Boys I Loved Before" and it looks seriously adorable. The movie stars Lana Condor, Noah Centineo from The Fosters and Janel Parrish aka Mona from Pretty Little Liars. 

Lana Condor plays Lara Jean, a young girl who's secretly crushing on some seriously cute boys in her hometown. Lara Jean is your ordinary girl in high school that's just trying to get by until graduation. She does have a secret though, like many teenage girls, she keeps a long list of boys that she's secretly been in love with.

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Through her childhood, Lara Jean has privately confessed her love for all five of these boys in a series of love letters. 

She's used to being invisible at school, but in a shocking turn of events, her private letters are delivered to her crushes. Now, Lara Jean is the center of attention at school and she has to face all the boys that she's secretly been in love with! So awkward!

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If you loved The Kissing Booth then you need to watch this movie. It looks just as funny, original and quirky and we're guessing that it's going to be just as popular. 

Here's the full trailer for "To All The Boys I've Loved Before". 

This movie looks seriously good! It's now available for streaming on Netflix Canada! 

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