Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is pretty much the perfect specimen of the frothy teen rom-com. It may give you a sugar headache, but it sure is sweet.
During our era of big budget spectacles and artificially heightened Oscar-bait biopics, Puzzle is a rare and reassuring specimen: a simple tale, told with grace.
The film gets the job done — transporting kids to the lovely Hundred Acre Wood and taking their parents along for a pleasant nostalgia trip. There are worse ways to spend a rainy afternoon.