10 Movies Like To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

The successful film adaptation of Jenny Khan’s teen romance has created a sensation among lovers of sweet and romantic comedies.

Lara Jean has a crush on her sister’s boyfriend, which forces her to hide her feelings. Therefore, the girl pours out her soul in letters that she never intended to send, until one day they still reach their addressees. The plot turned out to be exciting, so we suggest you enjoy no less intriguing stories similar to the movie “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”.

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Kissing Booth (2018)

Ella Evans is a pretty teenage girl who gets the idea to set up a kissing booth at the spring school fair. But she never imagined that she herself would take part in the entertainment, and certainly did not foresee that, opening her eyes after a delicious kiss, she would see Noah Flynn, a high school student with whom she was secretly in love.

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A spark jumps between the couple, but there is one small problem. Noah is the brother of her best friend Lee, which means he is banned, given the rules of their friendship pact. The main character is faced with a choice: follow the rules and maintain friendship, or follow the call of her heart. The film is very similar to the plot of “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”, as the life of the heroines of these stories changes dramatically in one moment. By virtue of their first experience, girls make many mistakes on the way to their happiness.

Original title:
The Kissing Booth

Starring :
Megan du Plessis, Lincoln Pearson, Caitlyn de Abrue

Country:
UK, USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.4, IMDb – 6.1

Sierra Burgess – Loser (2018)

Another wildly romantic teen melodrama that is so similar to movies like To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. And although Sierra Burgess is not as perfect in appearance as Lara Jean, the heroine will definitely be able to surprise the audience with her wit and charm. The girl is unpopular among her classmates and actively strives for her goal – to enter Stanford University. Meanwhile, school bully and first beauty Veronica turns Sierra’s life into a living nightmare.

So one day, when a handsome, but slightly shy guy Jamie comes up to meet her, Veronica leaves him Sierra’s phone number for fun. This evil joke leads to the fact that the young man begins to correspond with the main character, mistaking her for another. Realizing this bitter truth, Sierra decides on an unexpected act – to unite with her abuser in order to win Jamie’s heart.

Original title:
Sierra Burgess Is a Loser

Cast:
Shannon Purser, Kristin Froseth, RJ Siler

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.4, IMDb – 5.9

Age limit:
12+

With love, Simon (2018)

It’s hard being a teenager, but it’s even harder when you’re different from your peers. Simon Spier knows this, which is why he keeps his secret so deeply from family and friends. He is popular at school, has wonderful friends and a loving family, but none of them even suspect that Simon is gay. One day, his girlfriend talks about a guy going by the pseudonym “Blue” who made an online confession about his homosexuality.

The inspired hero decides to enter into an anonymous correspondence with this mysterious guy. Over time, their communication turns into an unexpected romance, but the letters fall into the wrong hands, threatening to reveal such a secret young man. The plot is similar to films like “To All the Boys I’ve Loved” in the realization of the characters that confession, whatever it may be, is better than any lies and a heavy burden of secrets.

Original title:
Love, Simon

Cast:
Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner, Josh Duhamel

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.3, IMDb – 7.6

Age limit:
16+

Summer. Classmates. Love (2012)

American remake of the French teen melodrama that won the hearts of millions. Lola is an ordinary high school student who just broke up with her boyfriend and suddenly realizes that she is in love with his best friend. The heroine writes down all her experiences in her personal diary, and what a nuisance it becomes that these records are found by her caring mother.

The plot of the picture reveals the truth about the modern life of teenagers and relationships with their parents. The incredibly romantic plot is very similar to the main film of this collection and will certainly leave a mark on the soul of every viewer.

Original title:
LOL

Cast:
Miley Cyrus, Demi Moore, Douglas Booth

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 5.9, IMDb – 4.4

Age limit:
16+

Simple (2015)

A romantic comedy about the story of a young girl who, with her shyness, is so similar to the heroine of the movie “To All the Boys I’ve Loved”. Bianca Piper’s whole world is turned upside down when she learns that they consider her to be ZHUP (fat ugly girlfriend) and, according to high school student Wesley, there is such a person in every company. The girl can not believe that her best friends have been using Bianca for so many years to look better against her background.

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The heroine is determined to change in order to discard social stereotypes and win the heart of the young man whom she has been in love with for so long. To achieve this goal, she asks Wesley for help, but what is the price of an amazing transformation?

Original title:
The Duff

Cast:
Mae Whitman, Robbie Amell, Bella Thorne, Bianca A. Santos

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.4, IMDb – 6.5

Age limit:
16+

She is a man (2006)

Veronica Hastings has been playing football for as long as she can remember and is definitely not going to quit doing what she loves. Yes, only the school authorities decide to disband the women’s team due to a lack of participants. Without wasting time on despair, the girl offers to unite with the guys in a mixed team, to which the coach and the boys answer her with ridicule. Meanwhile, Veronica’s twin brother decides to run away from school for a music festival in Europe, and asks his sister to cover for him.

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The heroine does not think of anything better than to become her brother. This way, she would be able to fulfill his request and try to join the men’s soccer team at the new school. But the girl did not expect that being a guy is so difficult. And although the task becomes more difficult, the heroine will do everything to keep her secret, which has some similarities with films like “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.”

Original title:
She’s the Man

Cast:
Amanda Bynes, Channing Tatum, Laura Ramsey

Country:
USA, Canada

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.9, IMDb – 6.3

Age limit:
16+

Almost Seventeen (2016)

Everyone knows how hard it is to grow up, but this knowledge does not make Nadine Franklin any easier. She is going through a difficult period of growing up, and all the events around her seem to be the end of the world. The only salvation for the girl has always been her best friend Krista. The girls have been friends for many years, desperately helping each other at a difficult moment, but one day Nadine finds out that her friend is dating her older brother. Considering such an act as a betrayal, the heroine faces new difficulties alone.

The story, with humor and a touch of drama, gives the audience a complete picture of the stage in life that everyone goes through. The plot of the film is somewhat similar to “To All the Boys I’ve Loved”, as it teaches you how to cope with the crisis situations of adolescence and helps you realize that the black streak ends sooner or later.

Original title:
The Edge of Seventeen

Cast:
Hailee Steinfeld, Haley Lu Richardson, Blake Jenner

Country:
USA, China

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.7, IMDb – 7.3

Age limit:
16+

That’s All Her (1999)

A great teen comedy from the 90s and not to be discounted at all, as the plot is definitely similar to the movie To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. In this story, the main character is a guy named Zach Siler. He’s handsome, he’s popular, and he’s about to be prom king…or he won’t.

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Zack is abandoned by a girl, jeopardizing his reputation, but the young man decides not to waste time on sadness, and decides to create another queen for a bet. His choice falls on a nondescript nerd named Lenny. After getting to know the girl better, Zach seems to start falling in love. But will Lenny return the young man’s feelings if he finds out that she was dragged into a violent argument?

Original title:
She’s All That

Starring :
Freddie Prinze Jr., Rachael Leigh Cook, Matthew Lillard

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.1, IMDb – 5.9

Age limit:
16+

First Time (2012)

Dave has been in love with his girlfriend Jane for years and finally decides to confess this to her after rehearsing. And while all the guys are rocking at the party , the young man is pacing back and forth in the backyard, trying to find the perfect words for his confession. Meanwhile, the charming Aubrey notices him. The girl is not impressed by Dave’s speech and decides to offer her help. However, a spiritual conversation is hampered by the sudden arrival of the police.

Over time, friendly relations are established between the guys, and each of them tries to protect the other from mistakes. But what if there’s more than just friendship behind it? The plot is about a friendly and at the same time romantic relationship between young people, which is definitely similar to the story of Lara-Jean and Peter from the movie “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.”

Original title:
The First Time

Cast:
Britt Robertson, Dylan O’Brien, James Freshville

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.0, IMDb – 6.8

Age limit:
16+

A student of easy virtue (2010)

Olive Pendergast is a very pretty girl with a great sense of humor, but at school she is not noticed until one day one small and innocent lie gets out of hand. These consequences weren’t enough, and Olive’s classmate asks her for an embarrassing favor.

The beginning of the story is very similar to 2018’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, but unlike Lara Jean, Olive has to deal with several guys begging her for a similar scam. The kind heart of the girl is unable to resist the call for help, for which in the future she will have to pay in full. Will the heroine be able to withstand peer pressure and find a relationship for herself in which there is no need to pretend?

Original title:
Easy A

Cast:
Emma Stone, Penn Badgley, Amanda Bynes

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.9, IMDb – 7.1

Age limit:
16+

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I’ve been writing about movies, TV shows and anime for over 3 years, and you may have seen my reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic.

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