This New Romantic Movie On Netflix Is So Cheesy That It's Actually Good - Narcity

This New Romantic Movie On Netflix Is So Cheesy That It's Actually Good

The best kind of movie.

Every once and a while, we all need to watch a cheesy movie. It gets our hopes up, it gets us wanting that fairytale, cheesy love that we see in those kinds of movies. We know it will never win awards, and will most likely get bad reviews, but we still have to see it. 

If you find yourself gravitating towards those kinds of movies, then this is the one for you. It's the ultimate bad guy meets good girl, who has a boy best friend, and everything is destined to go wrong. 

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The Kissing Booth arrived on Netflix recently, and it's about a teenage girl who has a guy best friend, and she's in love with his brother. They start sneaking around so that the best friend doesn't find out... and it's really just your typical heartbreaking movie that makes you want to find the same kind of love. While we all know the brother of a best friend is totally off limits, because this movie needs to be super cheesy, their love stops for no one. 

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Although the film is super cheesy and everything you'd expect and more, it actually got a 71% rating. It's so bad that it's good, and those are the kinds of movies we need more of. You can see some of the reviews down below, and mostly everyone understands the obsession. 

I mean, people are already waiting for the second one. And we definitely wouldn't be mad about it! You can stream this movie on Netflix, as it's a Netflix original. To find out more, you can watch the trailer below. Grab some popcorn and enjoy!


Original Article: Naomi Lavoie - Narcity Quebec

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