Kiss Her!: The Decision, Misadventures of an Awkward Black Girl (2012)

Most Romantic Moment #8

“The Decision” from Misadventures of an Awkward Black Girl (2012)

So back when this came out as webisodes, my friend really liked it and showed it to me, and then I shared it with my sister and we all became obsessed and would eagerly wait for the next episode to be released. Every time I see Issa Rae I always think of J.

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J (Issa Rae) is awkward woman-an awkward woman that who’s awkwardness is so relatable. I’m serious, this show was awesome and it was all because of her. It was just perfect!

So J works for a company called Gutbusters with a group of crazy coworkers. One of which is really hot and she is totally crushing on, Fred. She tries to go out with him, but her work arch-nemesis, Nina, is also after him.

At a party she meets Jay, who she calls white Jay (as he is white), who is interested in her but she isn’t sure about him. They end up running int each other when she blows up at work for people stealing her stapler and has to go to anger management (White Jay is the instructor).

The show follows her as she has to deal with her work, her angry Boss Lady, a man she wants to avoid A, her crush on Fred, and White Jay. As the series progresses, she gets involved with Fred and Jay and has to decide which man to end up with.

This scene comes at the very end of season one. J has to make her decision about Fred and White Jay. Which guy to get with? I personally was rooting for White Jay, as I loved watching them together.

How romantic!

J has decided that White Jay is the one for her-they are dynomite together (if you watched the show you get it) and goes after him. She stumbles into a session that Jay is having with Leslie but both share their feelings, and how they want to be together.

But then after they have talked Leslie starts chanting “kiss her, kiss her”, they do and it is so romantic!

How romantic!

Aw, the pleasure you get when the characters you love finally get together.

 

 

 

 

 

You Rat!: Chinese New Year

The Chinese New Year this year goes from February 5th – March 5th. I will be posting 6 of my favorite fictional rats or rat moments from film and books.

According to legend there was a race to determine the animals of the Zodiac. The rat was supposed to wake up cat, but didn’t-that’s why cats chase and kill mice and rats. Everyone knows you don’t make a cat angry:

The rat got the Ox to give him a ride, and was supposed to be number two-but btrayed the ox’s kindness by jumping off and crossing the finish line.

What a rat!

Years of the Rat are 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020, and 2032. Rats are quick-witted, resourceful, have imagination, and sharp observations.

Rats represent working hard and thriftiness, so “Rats” year are thought to be wealthy and prosperous.

Rats are most compatible with an Ox, Rabbit, or Dragon. They do bad with Goats/Sheep.

So now onto the countdown.

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6) Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

In this Indiana Jones adventure, Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) is on the search for his dad (Sean Connery) and the Holy Grail. His father had been searching for the artifact and disappeared, causing Indy to pick up the trail. He picks up where his dad left off in Venice with Dr. Elsa Schneider, discovering a clue to the Grail. He continues from there to save his dad on the Austria-Hungary border, and discovers a betrayal stemming all the way from the Nazis

Favorite Rat/Rat Moment: In the Catacombs

I love this as it is reminiscent of the first film with the snakes, and is just so memorable, although I couldn’t find a clip of it. 😦

For more on Indiana Jones, go to I’m So FANcy!

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5) Enchanted

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Giselle is sent to the real world by the evil queen who doesn’t want her to marry her stepson, Prince Edward, and take her place. She is found by Robert Phillips and his daughter who take her in. Robert is a divorce lawyer, (and divorced himself), who doesn’t believe in true love, fairy tales, etc-pretty much anything romantic is nonsense. But the longer Giselle stays, the more things are change. Robert is starts to relax and realize that he doesn’t need to be serious and bitter all the time, he’s letting down all the walls he created to keep himself from being hurt again. Giselle is also growing; she is becoming more sure of herself, independent, etc. When Prince Edward finds her and is ready to take her back to Andalasia, she doesn’t quite want to go. Could her fairy tale be the “real world” instead of the fantasy world?

Favorite Rat/Rat Moment: Happy Working Song

This scene is so cute, with all the animals cleaning up the house. Just plain hilarious as it is a nod to the earlier films with the princesses, or soon-to-be ones, have animal friends.

For more Enchanted, go to I Don’t Dance or Sing, Except When I’m With You: Enchanted (2007)

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4) The Princess Bride

Westley is a farmboy who is in love with Buttercup. He goes away to make his fortune, but is kidnapped and killed by the Dread Pirate Roberts. With him dead, Buttercup decides to never love again. She is picked to be Prince Humperdinck’s bride as he is planning to marry a commoner to have the people love him, and she doesn’t care anymore. But his plan to marry her is thwarted when a group of men kidnap the princess (men he hired so he could start a war with the neighboring country)-but she is saved by the Dread Pirates Roberts who turns out to be Westley! Will they be stopped by the prince? Or will they get their fairytale ending?

Favorite Rat/Rat Moment: ROUS

This scene is fantastic! They make it through all the obstacles in the fire swamp, only to have Rodents of Unusual Size come running through and attacking them.

For more on The Princess Bride, go to Mawwiage. Mawwiage is What Bwings us Togethew Today

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3) Charlotte’s Web

Fern saves the runt of the litter from being made into morning’s breakfast and is given him, Wilbur, to take care of, him staying at her uncle’s farm. She loves her pig, but soon grows up and doesn’t seem to care for the pig anymore. Fern’s uncle and aunt decide it is time for him to be made into dinner, but poor Wilbur doesn’t want to die. He has befriended an amazing spider named Charlotte and she sets out on a plan to save him.

Favorite Rat/Rat Moment: Templeton

I LOVE Templeton, he’s so sarcastic and funny. One of my favorite scenes is when he goes to the carnival  and eats and eats and eats. He’s not a huge character in the film or book, but I couldn’t imagine the story without him.

For more Charlotte’s Web, go to Here Piggy, Piggy: Chinese New Year

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2) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Series

One of the best movies to come out of my childhood, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, starts off with reporter April O’Neil who’s not afraid to speak the truth, even if it means people will be unhappy. One such group, the Foot, attack her-but luckily Raphael from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles saves her ad takes her to their home in the sewer.  Four turtles, Raphael, Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Donatello- and a rat, Splinter, were all changed by radioactive ooze. Splinter raised them and trained them to be ninjas, using the moves he learned from his master. They all work together to try and stop the foot, especially after Splinter is kidnapped.

Favorite Rat/Rat Moment: Splinter

Splinter is an amazing father and teacher to his children. He adopted these four turtles and has done everything he could to take care of them, help them, love them, and provide for them as a single father. He would be number one, except Ratigan is just an amazingly elegant villain.

For more Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, go to But If Any of It Fell Into the Wrong Hands…:Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II, Secret of the Ooze (1991)

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1) The Great Mouse Detective

I LOOOOOOVE this movie! A twist on Sherlock Holmes, this Disney film shows us the classic Doyle characters as mice! Basil of Baker Street is the world’s greatest mouse detective and starts off on a case, with Dr. Dawson, and has to match wits with his arch-nemesis, Ratigan.

Favorite Rat/Rat Moment: Ratigan

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This guy is the best evil villain ever! He’s so elegant, debonair, and has such style and the best villain song. And he is played by Vincent Price.

For more on The Great Mouse Detective and Ratigan, go to Basil of Baker Street: The Great Mouse Detective (1986)

For the 2019 post, go to Here Piggy, Piggy: Chinese New Year

For the 2018 post, go to A Dog’s Life: Chinese New Year

For the 2017 post, go to Nobody calls me Chicken: Chinese New Year

For the 2016 post, go to A Little Monkey Business: Chinese New Year

For the 2015 post, go to Well I Feel Sheepish: Chinese New Year

For the 2014 post, go to A Horse’s Tale: Chinese New Year

For the 2013 list, go to Snakes on a Post: Chinese New Year

I Will Get You What You Need: I’m With Lucy (2002)

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I’m With Lucy (2002)

I saw this movie at the library and had to check it out as it has David Boreanaz, you know Angel from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and FBI Agent Booth from Bones.

So the movie starts off with Lucy picking up her friend-who has just been horribly dumped and hates all men-to take her somewhere. Lucy knows what that is like as that was her a year ago-but today she is getting married.

Huhhhhhhh

Yes, this is one of the weirdest openings. How come she didn’t tell her friend before? Anyways, Lucy felt the same but then she was set up on five dates:

  1. Date #1: Doug the Entomologist (John Hannah) who Lucy sees right after she is dumped and she is horribly drunk on the date, but they do have some meaningful conversations throughout.
  2. Date #2: Gabriel (Gael García Bernal) is Spanish and a passionate playwright, who Lucy sleeps with right away.
  3. Date #3: Bobby (Anthony LaPaglia) a former baseball player who is incredibly narcissistic, but after they spend time together she realizes there is more to him.
  4. Date #4: Barry (Henry Thomas) a computer salesman who’s date occurs right after Lucy has had a horrible time getting her fridge delivered, is in the middle of an awful allergy attack and can’t find her medicine in any pharmacy-and to make it worse the date gets hijacked by her parents as they convince the two to join them for dinner.
  5. Date #5: Luke (David Boreanaz) is a doctor, who is extremely hot-but their date gets shanghaied  when a colleague of Luke’s invites them to join them and his daughter goes after Luke.

Lucy goes on all these dates and eventually narrows it down to two men. But which one will win her heart?

Most Romantic Moment: I Will Get You What You Need

So I know you’ve probably been on bad dates-and have seen a lot in comedy films and TV shows, but I think this movie takes the cake. This date starts off incredibly bad with Lucy angry about the fridge not being delivered and starts yelling at Barry-who yells back when she gets really rude.

Then they go to multiple stores as Lucy needs a certain allergy medication, but can’t find it. Whenever Barry suggests another medication, she turns it down as it isn’t the right one. Both are extremely angry and annoyed. After the two have a bit of a blowout, they decide to start over as this date is going nowhere near like how either thought.

Barry: Okay. Let’s start this thing over.

Lucy: Fine. Hi Barry, its nice to meet you. I don’t have a refrigerator.

Then they run into Lucy’s parents who guilt them into coming with them-in which they serve them good food for dinner but they completely embarrass Lucy.

So embarrassed

But the two have a lot of fun. And Barry comes to see Lucy the next day with the allergy medication she needed. He went to 10 different pharmacies, 10 different ones to find it for her.

How romantic!

I don’t know about you all but I know very few people who would do that-that’s true love there.

For more with David Boreanaz, go to I’d Risk My Life to Save Yours: Earshot, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1999)

I Want to Do Something Nice for Her: Beauty and the Beast (1991)

Most Romantic Moment #6

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So I LOOOOOOVE this movie!

So I’m sure you all know this story-but I’ll do a quick review just in case. Belle and her father live in a small French village. Her father is an inventor and he goes off to a fair to show his latest creation, but ends up going the wrong way and enters a magical castle where all the furniture is alive and the prince was transformed into a beast.

With a miscommunication as to why Maurice is there, he gets thrown into the castle dungeon, and his horse which ran away travels to Belle. Belle, meanwhile, has been unhappy with her life, and Gaston- a total jerk who wants to marry her. When she spots the horse, she rides off to find out what happened to her father.

There she trades her freedom to free her father and settles in to life with the Beast. Will she find a way to free herself? Or will she discover that there is more to this Beast than his outward appearance?

Most Romantic Moment: I Want to Do Something for Her

So this moment comes about half way to two thirds on the movie. The Beast and Belle have been spending a lot of time together and the Beast has fallen for Belle and wants to show her how important their friendship is to him.

So he thinks and thinks about what to do and what does Belle love. Yes what does Belle love, that’s the most romantic part. He wants to just do something special for Belle-not wanting anything in return or expecting anything-and thinks of something that Belle would love. So he gifts her, her own the library.

Awwwwwwwwww, so romantic!

For more Beauty and the Beast, go to Waiter, There’s Some Disney in My Jane Austen

For more Disney posts, go to Kiss the Girl: The Little Mermaid (1989)

For more library posts, go to Happiness is Having a Library Card: Another 13 of the Best Fictional Libraries

I Just Want to Comfort You: Before I Fall (2017)

Romantic Moment #5

Before I Fall (2017)

So I remember when this movie first came out and I wasn’t all that into it, although it had Zoey Deutch in it who I enjoyed in Ringer. It also had the very handsome Diego Boneta in it as a teacher. One day I was just searching through Amazon Primespotted it, and thought I would check it out.

Samantha Kingston is one of the most popular girls in school. She is pretty, has three great friends, has a hot boyfriend she plans to sleep with for the first time tonight, and receives beautiful flowers from a secret admirer and her boyfriend.

Samantha may have it all, but that doesn’t stop her from being mean to those who don’t. She isn’t one to instigate such things, her friend Lindsey does, but she joins in. They especially torment a girl named Juliet. Kent has always had a thing for her and invites her to his party that night, but Samantha blows him off.

That night is a party at Kent Fuller’s house, and Rob and Samantha are supposed to sleep together, but he is too drunk. Juliet storms in and the girls all get in a fight-dumping drinks on her and Juliet calling them names. She storms off. That night the girls are heading home when they hit something and crash.

Samantha wakes up and it is February 12th again, and she has a Groundhog’s Day-like experience (darn I should have posted it on 2/2) where she goes through the day all over again.

She tries to stop it with the girls having a sleepover instead, getting back at everyone she is angry with, trying to make the best day with her sister, righting wrongs-but she continues in the time loop.

Will Samantha figure out how to fix things? Or will she be trapped in the  time loop forever?

Most Romantic Moment: I Just Want to Comfort You

This moment comes about midway in the film. Samantha has been freaking out living day after day and nothing changing-either crashing again and again, or waking up again.

Going mad!

She has broken with her friends, is angry and upset, and when she goes to the party she decides to sleep with her boyfriend to change the outcome, to fix things, to feel better, etc. But it doesn’t work out that way. It isn’t what she wants, it makes her feel worse, and she just has a breakdown.

While Sam is freaking out, crying, and curled up in a little ball when Kent finds her. He comforts her and when she says she doesn’t want to go home, he tells her she can stay there. He gives up his bed, tucks her in, turns off the light, and holds her hand as she drifts off to sleep.

How romantic!

There is no clip, but you can watch it here. It is soooo romantic. He doesn’t push or prod, just tucks her in and holds her hand Awww! It just makes me go awwwwwwwww all over. Aw, Kent:

I’ll Do All I Can to Keep You Safe: Catching Fire (2013)

Most Romantic Moment #4

Catching Fire

Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)

So we are bringing Catching Fire back to the Valentine’s posts as well. This movie is more special for me than the first film as when it came out I had read the whole series, I saw this in theaters, and the cinematography was better as it wasn’t so shaky and all over the place. I also love how we got to see more of Peeta, and in a better light as Katniss trusts him. When the books and movies came out everyone was on the Gale train (Liam Hemsworth is pretty fantastic looking), but not me-Peeta is way better. Peeta is so adorable and sweet and loves Katniss soooo much.

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Catching Fire takes place a year after Katniss and Peeta won the Hunger Games with their pretend love. Now they both have houses, money, food, etc; for them and their family. And the best thing of all, they never have to compete in the Hunger Games again.

Katniss and Gale are having issues as Katniss is trying to deal with the trauma of the Games and her confusion for what she feels for Gale and Peeta, along with trying to care for her family. She and Peeta (who wants their relationship to be real); are doing tours at each district proclaiming how happy they are to have survived, honoring the those that died, saying how grateful they are to the capital, etc; that whole spiel. President Snow is unhappy with this, as they have been sparking rebellions all over. The President Snow would like nothing better than to get rid of Katniss, but can’t outright kill her as it will cause a full on revolution. He decides that for the big anniversary of the Hunger Games they will pick from those who have won in the past, killing her in the process.

Katniss and Peeta aren’t the only ones scared and angry to have to go back, as none of the others thought they would ever have to repeat the process. They have to make alliances and try to trust each other, but which of the teams?

Most Romantic Moment #4: I’ll Do Everything I Can to Get You Out of the Games

So last time I wrote about Catching Fire, I talked about how romantic that Peeta is so in love with Katniss but decides that being her friend is enough.

This time I want to focus on how Peeta works so hard to keep Katniss out of the games. While Katniss has the survival skills, drive, and focus-Peeta has the charisma, people skills, and is a natural leader.

Katniss is not a people person, she does not do well with in that arena. She can’t charm, she can’t flatter, she can’t work a room. But Peeta can. He used this to help in the first game, and now with this one he exercises everything he has to help win the capital over to her.

I love how Peeta is so earnest in his love for her and how he thinks of everything. It is expanded more in the book, but that was top-notch planning, saying she is pregnant and giving the details on their “wedding”. Yep, he uses all his interview time to try and save Katniss, every ounce of charm, every thing he has in his arsenal to do all he can to keep her out of the games.

AWWWW, he is so sweet-but then everything Peeta does is sweet…he is a baker after all.

For more on Catching Fire, go to Being Friends is Good Enough: Catching Fire (2013)

For more on Peeta Mellark, go to Peeta Please!

For more on The Hunger Games, go to It’s Fantastico!

What You Care About is Important to Me: Beauty Pageant, Parks and Recreation (2009)

Most Romantic Moment #3

I started watching Parks and Rec when Amazon Prime added it and I love it as it describes how working for a public can be sometimes.

Parks and Rec follows the lives of the employees of the Parks and Rec department and all the shenanigans and things they get into/work on.

Ron Swanson is the head of the department and he is a libertarian who loves alcohol, meat, and trying to stop the government from “overreaching”. Under him is Leslie Knope, who loves Pawnee, government, overachieving, and doesn’t let anything stop her enthusiasm. The rest of the department is rounded out with Tom Haverford-who cares about fashion and making money, only being in government for “contacts”. Donna Meagle who is “mysterious” and cool: Gerry “Jerry” Gergich who everyone picks on; April Ludgate the intern who hates everything; and Andy who was musician, turned shoeshiner, turned P&R employee. Also thrown in is Leslie’s best friend Ann Perkins, a nurse, who at first doesn’t work for the department but ends up being roped in by Leslie.

Auditors Chris and Ben come for a visit to get the town back into shape, but end up staying in the town.

Most Romantic Moment #3: What You Care About is Important to Me

And while I love Leslie and Ben:

But before Ben was Officer Dave Sanderson, and I loved Leslie and him together (at least until Ben came along).

So, this episode is from season 2 episode 3. In this Leslie is judging a beauty contest and is asked out by Officer Dave Sanderson, who she met in the previous episode. Officer Dave asks her out, but Leslie’s hopes are dashed when he thinks the picture of Madeline Albright is a picture of her grandmother. Feeling like they will have zero in common, she blows him off.

Leslie goes into judging the beauty pageant and is full of joy and optimism, but then finds out that it means nothing. All the other judges don’t care about brains, talent, answers, etc-just who’s the hottest. And they keep going on and on about the empty headed Trish.

Ugh.

After the pageant, Officer Dave comes in and tells Leslie point blank he likes her, and hands her his number so that she can call him if she wants to go out. He then storms off-crashing into Trish without giving her a second look.

Yes, he didn’t care about “hottie” Trish that every guy has been salivating over.

Then Leslie knows she has a winner. She later calls him and he comes to her office. She asks him out to dinner and he agrees, naming all the “powerful” political women on her walls.

How romantic!

Aw! It’s so cute! He went and researched all the women, and even their policy, so that he could talk to her about it. I searched and searched but couldn’t find a screencap or clip. But if you watch it on Amazon it is adorable!

For more from Romance is in the Air, go to Kiss the Girl: The Little Mermaid (1989)

For more romantic moments from TV shows, go to I Made You A Bummed Out Box: Gone Glitter Part I, Barbie Life in the Dreamhouse (2012)

Kiss the Girl: The Little Mermaid (1989)

The Little Mermaid (1989)

I have reviewed this movie before for Valentine’s Day, but decided to pick another moment from it. You can never have too many!

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So The Little Mermaid is based on the fairy tale of the same name by Hans Christian Anderson (Love him).

So Ariel is a mermaid, but she really loves human things. She is always collecting things from shipwrecks and going to the surface to talk to birds and see land. One night she is watching a ship that is bringing Prince Eric home. A huge storm occurs and causes the ship to be destroyed.

Ariel saves Eric and brings him to land singing Part of Your World“. 

When she gets home her father discovers her treasure trove of human items and destroys them. In typical, teenage fashion, she throws a temper tantrum and goes to see the evil witch Ursula, who takes her voice in exchange for giving her legs. Ariel has three days to get Eric to kiss her, if he does she will be a human forever- but if he doesn’t then she will turn back into a mermaid and belong to Ursula.

That’s not good.

Ariel goes topside but has difficulties getting Eric to kiss her, as he doesn’t want to take advantage of a mute girl and is in love with the girl who saved him (couldn’t see her only heard her); along with Ursula’s lackeys getting in the way. Ursula transforms herself into a beautiful woman, takes Ariel’s voice, puts a spell on Eric, and gets him to agree to marry her. Ariel and friends are trying to stop the wedding, but will they be able to in time? Or is it too late?

Most Romantic Moment: Kiss the Girl

This is a great song and a great scene. You have the perfect atmosphere with the blue lagoon, a rowboat for two, a group singing in perfect harmony a romantic song; and to top it all off you have them in the weeping willow!

I love it!

I LOVE weeping willows and find them beautiful, magical, and incredibly romantic. I love this part of the song.

For more on The Little Mermaid, go to Waiter, There’s Some Disney in My Jane Austen

For more Disney films, go to In the Spa House of the Spirits: Spirited Away (2001)

Love Notes: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018)

Romantic Moment #1

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018)

So I reviewed this adorable movie last year as part of my series Non-Austen Films for Austen FansI put it on for background noise and became completely sucked in.

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So Laura Jean has had some big changes. Her best friend Josh (who she was secretly in love with) started dating her older sister Margo; it is the start of junior year and Margo is heading off to college to Scotland; Laura is feeling a little lost as she is losing her other best friend and the one she has (Josh)…well it is even more awkward now that he isn’t dating her sister than when he was.

Everything seems normal, lonely, but normal until one day Peter Kavinsky approaches her out of the blue stating that nothing will ever happen between them.

Laura Jean is confused until she realized he got his letter!

You see every time Laura Jean has fallen in love with a boy she would write them a love letter, but she never sends them. She addresses it, seals it, and stashes it in her closet. She has fallen in love with five guys, so far:

  • Kenny from camp
  • John Ambrose McClaren from Model U. N.
  • Peter Kavinsky in 7th Grade
  • Lucas after Homecoming
  • Josh Sanderson, best friend turned sister’s boyfriend

She is horrified the letters were sent out but even more so that Josh will be getting one-oh no!

That’s not good.

Peter’s girlfriend, Genevieve, dumped him for a college guy, and in order to get her back-he approaches Laura Jean about pretending to be his new girlfriend, as him dating Laura Jean will piss her off. Laura Jean isn’t interested, but then Peter points out that if they are “dating”, then Josh won’t believe the letter is how Laura Jean feels now-and no awkward conversations will have to be done with Josh or Margo. Laura Jean agrees after they come up with a series of rules.

The two start “dating” and really enjoying each other’s company. Everything is going great until Laura Jean falls in love with her fake boyfriend. Will everything turn out okay?

***Spolier Alert***

Most Romantic Moment: I Wrote You Love Letters

So when Laura Jean and Peter are negotiating thier “dating contract” he negotiates writing her a love note every day. Genevieve always wanted him to that and he never did, so he knows it will get her super angry and jealous.

It works as Peter gives Laura Jean one every day and often in front of Genevieve. Laura Jean figures they are nothing, or might even be blank, never reading them but throwing them away.

I’m done

Later after she and Peter have been “dating”, and she falls hard for him, they break up after a video of them kissing goes online and he spends the night with Genevieve “talking” to her. All night?

Peter says nothing happened, but Laura is not buying it.

However, Laura is heartbroken over it.

One day while she is sharing how she feels with Josh, her sister reveals that she saved the love notes, and Laura Jean is surprised to see that Peter really wrote her a love note every day.

I totally didn’t see that coming as what teenage boy would right love letters? I thought they would be blank too. But no, he wrote amazing love letters!

I love it!

What can I say? I’m a sucker for a love letter!

For more on To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, go to Non-Austen Films for Austen Fans: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018)

For more love letters, go to You Were Right, Let’s Get Married: Psycho (1960)

For more “fake relationships”, go to Even Though You Are Only Using Me and Made Me Look Like a Jerk, I Only Care About Helping You: Picture Perfect (1997)