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The Kissing Booth (film review)

Film: The Kissing Booth
Year: 2018
Genre: Romance, Comedy, Rom-Com
Starring: Joey King, Joel Courtney, Jacob Elordi
About: A high school student is forced to confront her secret crush at a kissing booth

My Review: 
Seeing a new Netflix rom-com I couldn't resist giving this a watch and I couldn't be more happy that I did.

This film is about a girl called Elle who has had a crush on her best friends brother since she was six. However when they turn into teenagers and they end up kissing at a kissing booth everything changes.

I thought this would only be an average watch when I put this movie on however found myself loving it and couldn't stop smiling throughout it. I thought the teenage situations were rather relate-able and that this film had really good acting from the actors which helped to make this such a good watch. I genuinely can not fault this at all and from finding out that it is based upon a book of the same title have to give it a watch. This film was funny, made me close to tears and really warmed my heart. I wanted so much more of it and can honestly say it is now one of my favourite teenage rom-coms!

I would recommend this movie to those who like rom-com movies and teenage girls as well. Really great film which really surprised me. 

My Rating: 5/5

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bfS6seiLhk

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