After much long ado, The Inbetweeners Movie has finally reached its devoted fans on the silver screen, after bursting in to (larger than) life on the big screen not too long ago.
The film follows on from where the third series of the popular British cult sitcom The Inbetweeners left off, as the last year of sixth form is ending. The show, and film, revolves around the lives and cringeworthy shenanigans of Will (Simon Bird), Simon (Joe Thomas), Jay (James Buckley) and Neil (Blake Harrison).
The film begins as the last year of school ends, and the friends are about to embark on their first parents-free holiday together. The antics that insue are both hilarious and horrific at the same time, making you embarrassed for the poor lads in the most amusing ways possible. From Will's awkward demeanour in any social situation, to Simon's borderline stalking of his ex girlfriend, Jay just generally being a sex pest and Neil just being well, Neil, this holiday is sure to be chock full of hilarity and drunken messes. (Cat Emerson)
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The Inbetweeners Movie is an excellent film, follows on brilliantly from the TV series with laugh out loud moments, especially Neil dancing at the club in Malia.
The Inbetweeners Movie is such a funny film, you have to watch it!
After 3 series of pure brillance our favourite sixth formers bow out with a big-screen debut. So is it funny? Hysterically so; the dance sequence alone justifies the cost of purchase and unlike many Hollywood comedies this has plenty of laughs other than the ones in the trailer. There is heart too, as the quartet realise the are only weeks away from going their seperate ways. This is an ideal farewell to characters we've grown to love and hopefully the huge profit won't mean a lazy sequel in an attempt to cash-in. A perfect ending is a rare thing. Why spoil it?
Great laugh! Doesn't feel much like a film, more like an epic T.V episode, but in a good way. Some amazing quotes that you just HAVE to use in your day to day life.
After seeing the complete series I thought that the film was quite tame but still enjoyable.
The film is absolutely brilliant,we were in stitches.The wait for this film was well worth it.Thankyou to the sendit team for the prompt delivery.
Great film. The second disc with out takes extras etc., is brilliant too
The Inbetweeners was one of the most critically acclaimed TV shows of the past few years. It was E4's most successful show of all time. A film version of the popular sitcom, then, was inevitable, and here it is: a lads holiday abroad. Now the tone for the film is set immediately within the first 5 minutes or so, it's rude, it's crude, but it's bloody funny! I laughed probably the most I ever have in a cinema at it, often missing out on new jokes, because of how funny previous ones were. It doesn't change much from the TV series, Jay is still the arrogant liar, Neil the imbecile, Simon the dope and Will the briefcase w****r, but it works. It hits it's target audience, most likely teenagers-adults, because it instantly familiarises them with situations from hell, some of which the audience may well have experienced. Plus it's funny to see anyone so drunk that they've passed out on an anthill for the evening... The Inbetweeners Movie certainly plays to it's comedic strengths, but lacks a bit in the plot. The film seemed to have no real direction in certain parts, something overlooked due to how funny it was at the time. However, the majority of the audience haven't really come to see a gripping storyline, like they may have done for 'Inception' or 'Super 8', instead they've come to laugh for 90-odd minutes, which they most certainly will. Where other TV sitcoms-to-movies have failed then, the Inbetweeners has certainly succeeded. Everyone that I know who has gone to see it only has praise for it, and as I mentioned, noone stopped laughing at the grotesque situations going on throughout the film.Even someone who hasn't seen the series will be able to enjoy just as much as those who are familiar with all 4 central characters. It's hilarious, and definately the funniest film of the year, something made clear by the £13m the film made on its opening weekend in the UK alone! It'll be a comedy classic for years to come, that's for sure.