‘The Kissing Booth’ fits together like a puzzle


Rubie Gibson, Reporter

“The Kissing Booth” premiered on Netflix on May 11, 2018. It’s about a girl, Elle Evans (Joey Lynn King) and she has been best friends with Lee Flynn (Joel Courtney) for years now, but secretly she’s in love with his brother Noah Flynn (Jacob Elordi).When Elle Evans, a pretty, late-bloomer who’s never-been-kissed, decides to run a kissing booth at her high school’s spring carnival, she unexpectedly finds herself locking lips with her secret crush: the ultimate bad boy, Noah Flynn. When all of a sudden Lee Flynn falls in love with Rachel (Meganne Young).

I really like this movie because the cast did a very nice job. I would have to say in my opinion my favorite part is when Elle falls in love with Noah. I also really like when Lee wins homecoming court. Some of the movie is emotional, though, for example when Elle’s mother passed away from becoming terminally ill with cancer. It is also very upsetting when they all leave for college because those three teenagers were best friends for years and it is hard leaving someone you love for that long. Even though it has sad moments and happy moments, it is like a puzzle in the end: it all goes together.

I would consider ages 14 and up to watch it because it has inappropriate content for younger ages. But if you are older I would definitely consider it. It is great with emotions and all of the above.