“The Kissing Booth”

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8.5

So predictable, yet still so good…

A tale as old as time of forbidden love, almost ruined friendships, and a happy ending no matter how sideways things go between the second and third act. Yet again, Netflix proving that its logo is red because it does love stories better than any other streaming service out there!

The breakout star from the Perron family made famous by the original “Conjuring” film really comes into her own as leading lady of this fateful fall in love fairytale. Mix in a kickass sound track and her real life boyfriend (insert shocked face after seeing the onscreen chemistry), and you have another hit rom-com. Although, the height difference between them will never not drive me insane. But that’s a movie review guy problem, not the film’s problem.

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