to all the boys i've loved before

The "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" actress has been killing it.
Twenty years after "You've Got Mail," an onscreen relationship that makes a woman's life qualitatively better still seems like a fantasy.
Get ready for another dosage of the Lara-Jean-Peter-Kavinsky romance.
It could soon be time for fans of the Netflix hit to throw up their hair in a fave scrunchie.
The teen romantic comedy, featuring an Asian-American heroine, was among this summer's landmark films for Asian representation in Hollywood.
A Bloomberg report suggests that Peter Kavinsky and Lara Jean might have boosted sales of Yakult.
The mystery behind a briefly seen, intimate photo has been solved. And it’ll kill you.
I’m here to praise a moment in "To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before" that I believe has been slept on.
From "Crazy Rich Asians" to "Searching" to "Kim's Convenience," this month in pop culture boasts a range of productions about Asians.
"Just so fun and full of eighties teen movie warmth and trope-ness. Only without the garbage," one Twitter user said about the Netflix film.
I would marry this movie, maybe, or at least go steady with it for a while. Sure, the rom-com has its flaws, but hey, no partner is perfect.