To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.10/10 from 46000 votes
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It's a new year and Lara Jean and Peter are no longer pretending to be a couple--they ARE one. And as Lara Jean navigates a trove of official first with Peter--her first real kiss, her first real date, her first real Valentine's Day--she finds herself leaning more on Kitty and Margot, Chris, and unexpected new confidante Stormy, to help her manage the complex emotions that come with this new chapter of balancing a relationship and figuring out her authentic self. But when John Ambrose, another recipient of one of Lara Jean's old love letters, enters her life again she must rely on herself more than ever as she's confronted with her first real dilemma: Can a girl be in love with two boys at once?

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Play Title Artist
To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You
Then He Kissed Me
Jeff Barry: Writer
The Crystals: Performer
I Can't Believe
Cyn: Writer
Cyn: Performer
lift me from the ground
Rutger Van Woudenberg: Writer
San Holo: Performer
You're Mine
Yael Shoshana Cohen: Writer
Lola Marsh: Performer
Bad Bad Hats: Performer
Way Back In
Ages and Ages: Performer
Purple Hat
Sofi Tukker: Performer
Richard Beynon: Writer
Psychic Reader
Bad Bad Hats: Performer
Age of Consent
Stephen Morris: Writer
Cayetana: Performer
Ocean Eyes
I Want It That Way
Andreas Carlsson: Writer
Cole Bunch: Performer
Talk with Your Hands
Bad Bad Hats: Performer
Lindsay Marcus: Writer
It Hurts
Bad Bad Hats: Performer
Erin McCarley: Writer
Erin McCarley: Performer
Kill This Love
Teddy Park: Writer
Blackpink: Performer
Moral of the Story
Finneas O'Connell: Writer
Ashe: Performer
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
Robert Hazard: Writer
Nina Nesbitt: Performer
Clairo: Writer
Clairo: Performer
Illenium: Writer
Illenium: Performer
You Should Be Dancing
Maurice Gibb: Writer
The New Respects: Performer
Something Like This
Gordi: Writer
Gordi: Performer
About Love
Hanne Mjøen: Writer
Hanne Mjøen: Performer
Better by Myself
Nia Lovelis: Writer
Hey Violet: Performer

User reviews

Lisa Allen

The variety of songs in the soundtrack, from upbeat pop tunes to heartfelt ballads, reflects the different moods and moments in the film. Each song complements the scenes and helps create a more immersive viewing experience.

Deborah Parker

The emotional depth of the music in the film resonates with viewers, creating a strong connection to the characters' journeys.

Mary Baker

The soundtrack showcases a blend of well-known artists and emerging talents, providing a fresh and diverse listening experience.

Daniel Parker

The music enhances the romantic moments between Lara Jean and Peter, creating a dreamy and heartfelt atmosphere that pulls you into their love story.

Karen Mitchell

The original songs in the soundtrack are particularly standout, adding a unique touch to the film. They not only serve as background music but also contribute to the overall narrative and character development.

Ronald Miller

Some of the songs in the film's soundtrack seemed cliché and predictable, failing to bring a fresh or innovative perspective to the scenes they were paired with. It felt like the music lacked originality and failed to make a memorable impact.

Kenneth Turner

The soundtrack features a mix of upbeat and heartfelt tracks that resonate with audiences of all ages.

Paul Perez

The variety of songs in the soundtrack creates a dynamic and engaging atmosphere throughout the film.

George Wright

Overall, the soundtrack of the film is a strong element that elevates the storytelling and enhances the audience's connection with the characters. It's a memorable aspect of the movie that adds depth and emotion to the already captivating story.

Mark Miller

The soundtrack is a standout feature of the movie, with each song contributing to the overall narrative and character development.

Laura Young

Each song in the soundtrack complements the scenes they accompany, adding depth and resonance to the storytelling.

Jennifer Scott

The blend of upbeat tracks and emotional ballads mirrors the ups and downs of Lara Jean's relationships, making the viewing experience even more engaging and immersive.

Betty Brown

The music selection aligns with the storyline, effectively conveying the characters' feelings and struggles.

Anthony Martinez

The overall sound design of the movie's soundtrack felt repetitive and uninspired. The songs chosen did not add layers of complexity or depth to the narrative, resulting in a lackluster musical accompaniment that did not fully engage the audience or enhance the viewing experience.

Donna Jones

The soundtrack perfectly captures the romantic and emotional moments in the movie, enhancing the viewer's experience.