The Kissing Booth 2

The Kissing Booth 2

The Kissing Booth 2

Golden Globes nominee Joey King (The Conjuring) returns for the sequel to the Netflix teen hit, continuing the romantic endeavours of Elle, Noah and Lee.

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The Kissing Booth 2 / Reviews

New York Post

New York Post

It’s long, dumb and there’s nothing below these high-school students’ conspicuously perfect complexions.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

You can soak in the movie’s basic premise and overacting just as long as you know this pool’s shallow.

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Variety

Variety

It delivers a few refreshing details by giving the heroine more agency in her quest to find happiness — yet not quite enough to justify its interminable run time.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

In broadening the world of the first film without really deepening it, The Kissing Booth 2 often feels more like a spinoff TV series—although at an unconscionable 132 minutes long, it’s hardly a breezy watch.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

As I might have said during my own high school days, The Kissing Booth 2 is "mad stupid," but it's still not as overtly slappable as Netflix's other low-budget teen comedies.

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

Other questions to ponder: Is The Kissing Booth 2 a good movie? Yes and no. Is the acting adequate, if not necessarily good? Yes and no. Is it a wholly accurate depiction of young love in any era, past or present? Yes and no.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

The Kissing Booth 2 can never resist looking and acting like dozens of other offerings of its genre ilk, unable to grow beyond basic complications and done-to-death dramas. And yet there are hints that its evolution has a few more tricks left to employ, its winking conclusion only one of them.

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