The Inbetweeners Movie

  • 15
  • Ben Palmer (2011)
  • UK
  • 92 min
Film Review
Reviewed By
3 out of 5

Fans of E4's cult sixth-form sitcom The Inbetweeners are laser-targeted by this feature-length excursion. Written (and executive-produced) by series creators Iain Morris and Damon Beesley, and directed by Ben Palmer, who marshalled series two and three to TV, it simply picks up the show's much-loved suburban teens - nerdy Will (Simon Bird), lovesick Simon (Joe Thomas), oblivious Neil (Blake Harrison) and mouthy Jay (James Buckley) - and plonks them onto the Greek party town of Malia, where their hormonal insecurities play out against sun, sea and strobe lights. Although the gross-out is ramped up for the cinema and many of the situations were covered in Kevin & Perry Go Large (not to mention Carry On Abroad), a heart does beat beneath the laddish antics, and after an apparently finite three TV series, they've earned their holiday.

Plot Summary

Comedy based on the popular TV series, starring Simon Bird, Joe Thomas, James Buckley and Harrison Blake. Four friends go on holiday to the Greek party town of Malia, where the potent mix of sun, booze and teenage hormones leads to trouble.

Cast and crew

Cast

Will
Simon Bird
Simon
Joe Thomas (1)
Jay
James Buckley
Neil
Blake Harrison
Carli D'Amato
Emily Head
Alison
Laura Haddock
Will's dad
Anthony Head
Mr Gilbert
Greg Davies
Lucy
Tamla Kari
Jane
Lydia Rose Bewley
Polly McKenzie
Belinda Stewart-Wilson
Lisa
Jessica Knappet
James
Theo James
Kevin Sutherland
Alex MacQueen
Jaime
Cush Jumbo

Crew

Director
Ben Palmer

Other Information

Language: 
English
Colour
Theatrical distributor: 
Entertainment
Guidance: 
Swearing and sexual references.
Available on DVD and BluRay
Released 12 Aug 2011
Certificate 15
Categories
Comedy

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