The Inbetweeners Movie


Action / Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 54%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 70%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 69993


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Theo James as James
Laura Haddock as Alison
Henry Lloyd-Hughes as Mark Donovan
628.63 MB
25.000 fps
1hr 37 min
P/S 6 / 44

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Dave 7 / 10

Good teen comedy film

This is a teen comedy film which follows on from the British sitcom The Inbetweeners. The four main characters from the sitcom go on holiday together to Malia, a seaside resort on the Greek island of Crete.

This is not as good as the sitcom, but it's better than most teen comedy films. It was followed by a sequel, The Inbetweeners 2.

Reviewed by EBJ 8 / 10

Classic Lads Holiday. Would Recommend.

​Plot Overview: When Simon(Joe Thomas)'s girlfriend dumps him, he and his friends go on a lads holiday to Malia, encountering drugs, alcohol and women along the way.

Directed by Ben Palmer

Starring Simon Bird, Joe Thomas and James Buckley


Overall: If you like the TV show, you'll like this film. If you like this type of Cringe comedy - you'll like this movie. This movie is definitely not for everyone but those that it is for will like it.

The type of people who like this movie will be fans of the TV show and those who enjoy cringe comedy.

Would Recommend


Blake Harrison was great as Neil Sutherland and is everyone's favourite slow, perverted 18 year old. All the characters were hilarious and amazing and brilliant. Other than Blake, other leading actors' acting was pretty mediocre. The villain-esc character was very weak.

The overall story doesn't go over the top and remains like a classical lads holiday. The ending is pretty nice and has a nice sentiment. There is nothing really special to the story and the continuous over arching story of Simon & Carli's relationship has become bland and repetitive.

The cinematography was fine. It worked well and served its purpose.

This movie is positively hilarious and thoroughly entertaining. It opens the window for fans of the show and newcomers alike to enjoy the antics of Will and co.

The music was amazing. Mr Gilbert's cameo was amazing.

Personally, I loved this movie and think it is one of the better TV- Big screen adaptations that's been made in recent memory.


Reviewed by Rickting 6 / 10

A satisfying but disappointingly unfunny movie

The Inbetweeners was a sitcom that wasn't only incredibly funny, but felt so real and so honest. Every British student either knew a Will, Jay, Neil or Simon or- more painfully- were similar to them themselves so it may be a gut-burstingly hysterical comedy, but it's also an effective, entirely believable tragicomic drama. Like many TV show movies, this has the boys go on holiday together and chaos soon ensues. Overall this was disappointing and is probably the worst episode/movie of the entire Inbetweeners series. Simon is being a complete moron and the show works far better in a mundane British setting. This just feels formulaic, reliant on crude jokes and overly Americanized. It's not actually a very funny movie. It's got its moments but it's never truly memorable. As a story, it would have ended the entire series very well. It's great to see the 4 boys with girlfriends at last and the conclusion of the film is undeniably very satisfying. Overall, this is a well-done, often touching narrative with plenty of surprisingly sweet moments, but as a comedy it isn't very funny.


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