Anyone's who's read Jenny Han's "To All the Boy's I've Loved Before," trilogy can definitely say that the Netflix movie did the book justice.
Of course, there are always things we wish could've been included, but overall, the writers, producers, and cast members did an excellent job of bringing Han's story to life.
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While there were a lot of differences between the book and the movie, there was one thing in particular which stayed true in both adaptations: Peter Kavinsky and his giant heart.
It's no secret that we all want a boyfriend as amazing as Peter. But to be honest, the bar, in general, feels like it's set a little too low. Watching and reading about the way Peter treated Lara Jean reminded us of how everyone should act around their significant other.
We've put together 13 examples of when Peter Kavinsky raised the bar (or re-established where it should be) for boyfriends everywhere.
When he was the softest man alive
Yes, he really did ask if he could use Lara Jean as a pillow. Could he get any cuter?
When he drank kombucha so he could drive Lara Jean home
Being the fun-loving but responsible person he is, Peter didn't drink anything at the party so he could get Lara Jean home safe.
When he always made Lara Jean feel comfortable
No matter what the situation was, Peter always made Lara Jean feel comfortable. So much so that he was the first boy she wasn't afraid to be herself around.
When he was honest and open about his feelings
When Lara Jean told Peter she liked him for real he didn't hold back with his response. He wasn't worried about his ego in the slightest and told Lara Jean outright that he was in love with her.
When he did the spin™
Honestly, this was probably the most attractive thing Peter did in the entire movie. And that's saying something.
When he waited for Lara Jean to give him the letter
Peter was only going to read Lara Jean's letter if she wanted him to. He knew it wasn't something that he could take and it was a choice that she was going to have to make for herself.