The Inbetweeners Movie | reviewed by: William O'Donnell | May 9, 2013
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Manages to take teenage sex comedy formula and make it amusing again. An admirable thing to accomplish I assure you. Based on #BBC series.
genre Comedy
synopsis Having just left school for good, Simon, Will, Jay and Neil are off on the holiday of a lifetime, two weeks of sun, sea and who knows, maybe even some sex, with no teachers, no parents and absolutely no idea how to survive on their own. Follow the adventures of these four clueless friends as they lurch from one holiday disaster to the next. Appalling accommodation. Check. Humiliating attempts to pull girls. Check. Regrettable misuse of bidet. Check. It's a very real and painfully funny coming of age where four boys become men ... or at least try to.
lead actors Simon Bird | James Buckley | Blake Harrison | Joe Thomas | Lydia Rose Bewley | Laura Haddock | Emily Head | Tamla Kari | Jessica Knappett | Theo Barklem-Biggs | Theo James | Anthony Head | Victoria Willing | Greg Davies | Henry Lloyd-Hughes | Belinda Stewart-Wilson
director Ben Palmer