Noah Centineo says all his movies are "bad"

31 January 2020, 20:07 | Updated: 31 January 2020, 20:14

By Katie Louise Smith

Noah dropped the bombshell when Lana Condor was asked to rank his movies from best to worst.

With the release of To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You just around the corner, the internet is gearing up to get back in their Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky bags.

Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are back as our fave teen rom-com couple and the press tour has officially begun. One of their first stops was to First We Feast's 'Truth or Dab' Hot Ones show, where they had to answer some pretty revealing questions... or eat a hot wing.

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It was here, dear reader, that we found out that Noah Centineo thinks all his movies are "bad". (Except To All The Boys, of course. That's a masterpiece.)

Noah Centineo says all his movies are bad
Noah Centineo says all his movies are bad. Picture: Jon Kopaloff/WireImage)

In the first round, Noah dodged a question about the most romantic gesture he's ever done for someone, opting to dive into the first wing instead. Lana answered her question, detailing a food-based horror story about her years as a dancer.

For her second question, Lana was then asked to rank Noah's films (Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, The Perfect Date and SPF-18) from best to WORST... Swiped and Charlie's Angels were apparently spared from this exercise.

But while Noah couldn't wait to hear what she thought of his films, Lana was not willing to give up an answer. "From best to worst?!" Lana asked, before Noah said "They're all bad, but you know... work on it!"

In the end, Lana refused to rank 'em and ate the wing instead. Noah then made another little self-deprecating quip, saying: "She can't do that because she hasn't seen any of them."

(Watch the full interview below or skip to 4m 30s to hear Noah drag his own filmography.)

Noah Centineo and Lana Condor Play Truth or Dab | Hot Ones

Listen, we've all got our own opinions when it comes to Noah Centineo's filmography, but at the end of the day, you only need to ask yourself one question to know the true answer: Are any of them truly worse than Cats?

The answer is no. Thank you for reading. See you at the next Centineo Fan Convention.