Netflix is dropping the last installment of the “To All the Boys” franchise this week! While waiting to see how Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky‘s story will end, check out these other feel-good comedy movies to get in the mood for the last film.
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1. Work It (2020)
Calling all John Ambrose fans!
Jordan Fisher, who played John Ambrose in “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You,” plays one of the main characters in this dance comedy film. Watch him showcase his dance moves along with Sabrina Carpenter, Keiynan Lonsdale, Michelle Buteau, and Liza Koshy.
2. The Perfect Date (2019)
If we’re talking about #TeamJohnAmbrose, then we might as well include something for #TeamPeterKavinsky, too!
Noah Centineo plays the role of Brooks Rattigan, a high school senior who decides to make an app that lets people hire him as a date or chaperone so he could save up for college. This rom-com also stars Laura Marano and Camila Mendes, and was based on the novel “The Stand-In” by Steve Bloom.
3. Monte Carlo (2011)
Selena Gomez, Leighton Meester, and Katie Cassidy star in this film that shows how one’s dreams could come true in very unexpected ways.
Grace (played by Selena) finally gets the chance to travel to her dream destination, Paris! At first, she becomes disappointed when the accommodation and tourist activities she paid for turn out worse than expected. But when she gets mistaken as the British heiress Cordelia (also played by Selena), things become more exciting and she even gets to travel to Monte Carlo!
4. Flipped (2010)
In this romantic comedy-drama film, Callan McAuliffe and Madeline Carroll play the roles of Bryce and Juli, two young neighbors and classmates who never seem to be fond of each other at the same time. It takes an auction, a grandfather’s advice, and a sycamore tree to finally get them on the same page.
Bonus: Israel Broussard (Josh in “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”) plays Bryce’s best friend named Garrett!
5. 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
Up for another pretend to real story?
From trying to get Kat Stratford (Julia Stiles) to date him because he was paid to do so, Patrick Verona (Heath Ledger) ends up falling in love with her for real. Kat may be hard to crack, but she finally expresses her feelings through a poem called “10 Thing I Hate About You.”
Rom-coms like these are tried-and-tested in making us feel better on any day.
Don’t forget to catch “To All the Boys: Always and Forever,” a film we’ll soon add to that list, too, streaming on Netflix this Friday!