Movie Review: The Inbetweeners

Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Synopsis: Four socially troubled 18-year-olds from the south of England go on holiday to Malia. The boys, Will, Simon, Jay and Neil have finished their exams and left school. Their accommodation is awful but meeting four girls in an empty bar during their first night out makes up for it. The film ends with all the boys having girlfriends, a great time and then flying back home to begin the next chapter of their lives.
Starring: Blake Harrison, Simon Bird, James Buckley, Joe Thomas, Laura Haddock, Emily Head, Tamla Kari, Jessica Knappet, Lydia Rose Bewley
Directed by: Damon Beesley, Iain Morris
U.S. Rating: R

Considered the British "American Pie", The Inbetweeners was one of the most expected British comedy films of this Summer 2011. Based on the British TV series The Inbetweeners, directors Damon Beesley and Iain Morris bring the gang to the big screen, this time, to enjoy the Summer holidays in a trip to remember... A crazy week at the hot and gorgeous beaches, crazy party nights and friendly people in Malia, Crete.

On this film, Will, Simon, Jay and Neil have finished their A-levels. Facing crazy individual situations, the boys decide to go on holiday together on a trip to Malia, Crete.

On their first night, the boys meet four girls - Alison, Lucy, Lisa and Jane - in an empty bar during their first night out. Their initial meeting goes horrible, even though, they all discuss the event of the Summer: Going to a boat party later in the week, which is already sold out.

Eventually, after some crazy week, bizarre and funny situations, the boys are able to obtain tickets for the boat party. Simon almost drown jumping off the boat trying to get to the shore and meet Lucy, which has been treated like crap by him and he realizes how nice and important is in his life. After the boat party is over, the other boys and girls visit Simon in hospital, and once he recovers they all spend the rest of their holiday together as couples. Eventually, the four boys head home to the UK, looking forward to the next stage of their lives. As they meet their families at the airport, their girlfriends exit the same terminal and introduce themselves to the boys' parents as the film ends.

With some strong British humor, this comedy could be easily considered for a good lazy relazing afternoon at home.

I would rate this movie with a 2.5/5

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