The Kissing Booth 2: Why Marco, Not Noah, Is Better Suited For Elle Know Every Detail Here

The Kissing Booth 2

The Kissing Booth 2, the second entry to the popular Kissing Booth series on Netflix, hit the screens on July 24, 2020. This film, like its predecessor, has become quite the sensation among the teens.

Fans of teen romantic comedies are constantly talking about its plot on various social media platforms. The first film had shown how Elle chose Noah and the second one showed how Noah had to leave for Harvard. After watching The Kissing Booth 2 we think, it is actually Marco, and not Noah, who is a better choice for Elle.


How Marco is Better Suited For Elle:

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It is not difficult to understand why Elle falls for Noah. But it is also a fact that Noah is forced to leave town to go to Boston in order to attend Harvard in the second entry to the series. So, now, the question arises: will the love between Noah and Elle see a fall in intensity? It seems so! Marco enters the picture, complicating the plot.

Marco is deeply caring of Elle and in a shot in The Kissing Booth 2, we even see Elle locking lips with him. However, as far as we see, Noah is faithful to Elle, not really wanting to get into any relationship with other girls at Harvard.

But given the turns circumstances have taken, it is safe to suggest that in the sequel to this movie, Marco will be the romantic companion to Elle. Not only is he nearer to Elle at the moment than Noah is, but he also seems to genuinely like and care about her.

The Kissing Booth Series: An Overview

The first movie of the series, called The Kissing Booth, written and directed by Vince Marcello and based on the novel of the same name by Beth Reekles, was released on Netflix on May 11, 2018. This film follows the romance between Elle and Noah.

The Kissing Booth 2 furthers the tale of Elle and Noah and starts with Elle talking about the time she has spent with Noah before the latter has to leave for Harvard. At the time of writing, the film holds an approval rating of 27% on Rotten Tomatoes.


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