As previously predicted, The Kissing Booth franchise had a trilogy up its sleeve, and for those invested, it’s a must-watch. Picking up where the sequel left off, The Kissing Booth 3 takes almost two hours to watch Elle (Joey King) make the most difficult decision of her very privileged life. Will she move across the country with her boyfriend Noah (Jacob Elordi) or fulfill her lifelong promise to go to college with her best friend (and coincidentally Noah’s little brother) Lee (Joel Courtney). True to form, this movie is a string of juvenile journal musings turned fantastical teen fantasy, complete with a “Shut Up And Dance” flashmob. The dance number comes courtesy of the best friend’s summer bucket list, which along with Marco (Taylor Zakhar Perez) trying to rekindle things with Elle, puts a wedge between the lovebirds. The point is, everyone remains obsessed with Elle to an absolutely absurd degree. 113 min.