Romance and comedy collide in the To All the Boys I've Loved Before movie. The story focuses on a widowed widow who makes the most of her life and as she winds down her times, she ponders on the momentous occasion she had missed out on all those years ago; the wedding of her best friend's daughter.
By chance, she witnesses the wedding, and when she makes it to the aisle herself, she must face the dilemma of whether or not to march in the wedding procession. She deliberates for some time but ultimately chooses to get married and keep her friendship and family intact. It is this decision that inspires an event that promises to change the world of her life.
This film may be very entertaining at first, but it turns out to be quite serious and emotional when you learn the depth of the relationship between the couple and what they are dealing with, after it's all said and done. In addition, the film has some religious undertones.
With its fun elements and philosophical approach, the movie works well on both levels, making the movie a strong and entertaining viewing. The film is very well acted and choreographed, with a talented cast that includes Juliette Binoche and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Additionally, The Wedding of Vincent Price works well with special effects and graphics.
The movie plays out to be quite funny and the characters are clever, and there is an element of humor in almost every scene. The plot twists are not predictable, and the emotional aspects of the story are relatable to the audience. Yet, despite this, it's difficult to find flaws with the film.
While the main character, Vincent Price, is introduced as somewhat offbeat, he quickly becomes more appealing. The story itself, takes a stand on many issues and presents them in an honest and forthright manner.
Many scenes are memorable, as they have a touch of realism to them, yet the sheer amounts of twists the plot has, are enough to keep viewers on the edge of their seats. In addition, the performances by the cast members are excellent and sometimes touching.
Overall, the movie isn't too serious nor is it too light. Instead, it delivers the events in a very entertaining way. Overall, the movie gives audiences a quick and fun feel as well as a touching message.