The Kissing Booth 2 Gets Mixed Reviews as It Debuts on Netflix: 'Very Predictable But Still Fun'

In the original film, Courtney and King played life-long best friends who are tested by Elle’s secret relationship with Lee’s older brother Noah  — even though it’s against the rules of their friendship. But after Noah and Elle inadvertently kiss at a kissing booth Elle set up for the school, the two are forced to reckon with their feelings while trying not to hurt Lee.

The sweet teen comedy left off with Noah and Elle confessing their feelings for each other before Noah moves away to go to college at Harvard, with their relationship ambiguous.

The trailer for the sequel sets up the drama that unfolds as Noah and Elle attempt a long-distance romance. With Noah studying at Harvard, Elle is busy completing her senior year at high school where she meets a handsome and charismatic new classmate named Marco (Taylor Zakhar Perez). As the preview teases, Elle isn't the only one tempted by an attractive stranger, with Noah seen growing close to a fellow college student, played by Maisie Richardson-Sellers.

The Kissing Booth 2 is currently streaming on Netflix.

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