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The Inbetweeners Movie -- High school graduation just wouldn’t be complete without an un-chaperoned, uninhibited and unforgettable final holiday. At least that’s what Will, Jay, Simon and Neil think when they book a two-week stay on an exotic Greek island.
The Inbetweeners Movie -- In the feature version of the hit UK TV show, four socially troubled 18-year-olds from the south of England go on holiday to Malia for some sun, drink, and canoodling.
The Inbetweeners Movie -- Four best friends set off on an unforgettable vacation abroad filled with sun, booze and the promise of wild and crazy passion in this smash-hit UK raunch comedy.
The Inbetweeners Movie -- Four socially troubled 18-year-olds from the south of England go on holiday to Malia.
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Director:
Writers:
Iain Morris (written by) and
Damon Beesley (written by)
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Release Date:
17 August 2011 (Ireland) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
This Summer four boys become men. See more »
Plot:
Four socially troubled 18-year-olds from the south of England go on holiday to Malia. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
2 wins & 4 nominations See more »
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Much cruder than its TV incarnation See more (118 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Simon Bird ... Will MacKenzie

James Buckley ... Jay Cartwright

Blake Harrison ... Neil Sutherland

Joe Thomas ... Simon Cooper

Emily Head ... Carli D'Amato

Lydia Rose Bewley ... Jane

Laura Haddock ... Alison

Tamla Kari ... Lucy

Jessica Knappett ... Lisa

Theo Barklem-Biggs ... Richard

Theo James ... James

Anthony Head ... Will's Dad
Victoria Willing ... Mrs. Cartwright

Greg Davies ... Mr. Gilbert

Henry Lloyd-Hughes ... Mark Donovan

Belinda Stewart-Wilson ... Polly MacKenzie
Robin Weaver ... Pamela Cooper
Martin Trenaman ... Alan Cooper

Alex Macqueen ... Kevin Sutherland

David Schaal ... Jay's Dad

Sophie Colquhoun ... Susie

Carolin Stoltz ... Woman On Laptop
Etalia Turnball ... Jay's Sister
Dominic Frisby ... Customer
Lauren O'Rourke ... Nicole
Lily Lovett ... Rachel
John Seaward ... Big John

Cush Jumbo ... Check In Woman
Bobby Hirston ... Burnley Lad
Tracey Temperton ... Holiday Rep
Jimmy Roussounis ... Greek Man
Matthew Wilson ... Hard Steve

Eloise Joseph ... PR Girl
Andrew Spiers ... Barman
Catherine Breeze ... Neil's Northern Bird (as Cathy Breeze)
Christopher Miltiadou ... Greek Child
Malcolm Scates ... Angry Man

David Mumeni ... Hotel Staff Member
Storme Toolis ... Wheelchair Girl
Fernando Lopez ... Fernando

David Avery ... Nicos (as David Chrysanthou)

Katarina Gellin ... Donna
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Emma Louise Cargill ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Donna Combe ... Neil's Bird (uncredited)
Sam Creed ... Drunk guy (uncredited)
James Lee Hunt ... James's Friend (uncredited)

Tyrone Jeffers ... Night Clubber (uncredited)
TJ Nelson ... Hard Bloke (uncredited)

Directed by
Ben Palmer 
 
Writing credits
Iain Morris (written by) and
Damon Beesley (written by)

Produced by
Shane Allen .... executive producer
Rhianna Andrews .... associate producer: Young Films
Damon Beesley .... executive producer
Charles Hubbard .... line producer: Crete
Caroline Leddy .... executive producer
Leo Martin .... executive producer: Bwark
Iain Morris .... executive producer
Mike Morris .... associate producer
Rosa Romero .... line producer
David Root .... associate producer
Christopher Young .... producer
 
Original Music by
Mike Skinner 
 
Cinematography by
Ben Wheeler (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Charlie Fawcett 
William Webb 
 
Casting by
Nadira Seecoomar 
 
Production Design by
Dick Lunn 
 
Art Direction by
Lucienne Suren 
 
Set Decoration by
Anna Kasabova 
 
Costume Design by
Rosa Dias 
 
Makeup Department
Louise Coles .... hair & make-up artist
Peta Dunstall .... chief hair
Lisa Kennedy .... hair and make-up artist: Crete
Kristyan Mallett .... prosthetics
Marion McCormack .... hair & make-up artist: Mallorca
Nicola Mount .... make-up supervisor: additional photography
Charlotte Rogers .... hair and make up artist
Emma Scott .... make-up and hair designer
 
Production Management
John Crampton .... unit manager: additional photography
Nicola Mairs .... production manager
Mila Rodriguez .... production manager: Mallorca
Louise Seymour .... post-production supervisor
Victoria Trzeciak .... production: Crete, Cinergo
Richard Webb .... production manager: additional photography Mallorca
John Withers .... unit manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Patrick Conroy .... first assistant director
David Crabtree .... first assistant director: Crete
Oliver Dance .... second assistant director: Crete
Chema Linares .... assistant director: Mallorca
Anna Marsh .... second assistant director: additional photography
Joanna Matthews .... third assistant director
Paul Mindel .... second assistant director
Nickie Sault .... first assistant director: additional photography
 
Art Department
Michael Bibiloni .... prop master: Mallorca
Brian Hampton .... storeman
Ian Hill .... construction manager
Barnaby Holden .... art director: Mallorca
Kate Suzanne Hunter .... art department trainee (as Kate Hunter)
Sally Lock .... graphic designer
Michael Marczewski .... art department trainee
Paul Robinson .... stand-by props
Andie Vining .... prop master
Matilda Wainwright .... stand-by art director
Joe Withers .... standby art director: additional photography
Merlin Wray .... standby props: Mallorca
 
Sound Department
Tim Alban .... foley supervisor
Richard Davey .... re-recording mixer
Tom Drew .... sound editor
Ben Gatward .... foley editor
Jack Gillies .... supervising sound editor
Robert Karlsson .... dolby consultant
Nick Kray .... adr recordist: De Lane Lea
Pablo López Jordán .... sound assistant: Mallorca
Bob Newton .... production sound mixer
Richard Pilcher .... boom operator
Chris Treble .... dialogue editor
Johnny White .... sound assistant
 
Visual Effects by
Fiorenza Bagnariol .... digital film bureau
Sudeepto Bose .... digital compositor: uncredited
Andrew Daffy .... designer: opening sequence
Andrew Daffy .... visual effects supervisor
Mikkel Hansen .... visual effects
Neil Harrison .... digital intermediate systems administrator
Timothy P. Jones .... digital film bureau
Matthew Lawrence .... digital compositor
Cathy Murray .... graphic design
Rob Pizzey .... digital colourist
Dan Prince .... digital artist
Aurora Shannon .... digital intermediate assistant
 
Stunts
Jordi Casares .... stunt coordinator: Mallorca
Joe Pickhaver .... stunt double: Greek child, Mallorca
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Paolo Bernardi .... camera trainee: Mallorca
Dan Brough .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Chris Connatty .... second assistant camera: "b" camera, UK
Nick Crew .... camera trainee: UK
Howard Davidson .... electrician
Nicola Dove .... still photographer
Mike Drury .... jib operator: Offtrax, Crete (as Michael Drury)
Pablo García Soriano .... digital interface technician: "b" camera, Mallorca (as Pablo Garcia Soriano)
Dave Glazier .... electrician (as David Glazier)
Tom Guy .... electrician
Jake Marcuson .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Shaun Mone .... gaffer
Matt North .... second assistant camera: "b" camera, Mallorca (as Matthew North)
Paul O'Connell .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Gavin Ogden .... best boy
Manos Papadakis .... time lapse photography assistant
Alan Parkinson .... second digital interface technician
Mark Purvis .... digital interface technician
Patrice Renard .... electrician: Mallorca
Francois Roger .... electrician: Mallorca
Heinz-Walter Rose .... genny operator: Mallorca (as Heinz Rose)
Benedict Spence .... camera operator: "b" camera
Benedict Spence .... steadicam operator
William Spruytte .... best boy: Mallorca
Martin Twine .... key grip: Mallorca
Grant Wakefield .... time-lapse photography
Jp Caldeano .... camera technical support (uncredited)
Guillermo Moreno Garcia .... additional grip: Mallorca (uncredited)
Javier Pueyo .... additional grip: Mallorca (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Vanessa Baker .... crowd voice casting
Hsinyi Liu .... extras coordinator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jack Ash .... costume dresser
Emma Bevan .... costume stand-by
Maria Papandrea .... costume supervisor
Amy Pollitt .... costume trainee
Maria Antonia Sampol .... costume assistant: Mallorca
Louise Seidenstucker .... costume runner: Mallorca
Justin Selway .... costume supervisor: additional photography
 
Editorial Department
Robin Davies .... post-production coordinator
Eve Doherty .... second assistant editor
Rob Farris .... digital intermediate producer
Marie Fernandes .... digital intermediate producer
Cheryl Goodbody .... digital intermediate assistant producer
Emily Greenwood .... supervising on-line editor
Dan Helme .... data wrangler
Patrick Malone .... digital intermediate head of department
Iain Miller .... first assistant editor
John Newell .... technical advisor
Gordon Pratt .... digital film bureau
Justin Tillett .... supervising on-line editor
Laurent Treherne .... digital film technical supervisor
Steve Vickery-Cox .... technical advisor
 
Music Department
David Arnold .... composer: additional music
Karen Elliott .... music clearance: Hot House Music (as Karen Elliot)
Catherine Grieves .... music clearance: Hot House Music
Rael Jones .... music editor
Jeremy Kimberlin .... music supervisor
Ted May .... Mike Skinner management: Coalition
Mike Millrain .... engineer: Mike Skinner
Michael Price .... composer: additional music
Marsha Shandur .... music consultant
Tim Vigon .... Mike Skinner management: Coalition
 
Transportation Department
Mark Clancy .... driver: minibus
Bob Harriss .... unit driver
Brian Howard .... facilities captain
Ken Johnson .... driver: production truck
Fernando Lambuley .... driver: Mallorca
Steve Lewis .... driver: camera truck
Jason Stedmon .... unit driver
Luis Vidal .... driver: Mallorca (as Luis Vidal Vigil)
Lewis Wakefield .... driver: minibus (as Louis Wakefield)
 
Other crew
Nicolas Alcana .... assistant location manager: Mallorca
Laura Alted .... floor runner: Mallorca
Cristina Amengual Watson .... floor runner: Mallorca (as Christina Amengual)
Aymara Arcos .... crowd coordinator: Mallorca
Hailu Asfaw .... chef: Fayre Do's
Martin Baker .... director of commercial affairs: Channel 4/Film4
Andres Bisbal .... assistant location accountant: Mallorca
Bianca Boey .... unit publicist
Robert Branch .... accountant: Young Films
Rocio Cabeza .... production secretary: Mallorca
Neil Cairns .... production accountant
Neil Calder .... completion bond guarantor: Film Finances
Patrick Carr .... assistant: Fernando Lopez
Patrick Carr .... assistant: producers
Tom Chick .... production runner: additional photography
Penelope Cristobal .... crowd coordinator: Mallorca
Saul Crockett .... set manager: Mallorca
Georgia Csapo .... production runner (as Georgia Louise Csapo)
Chris Cullum .... health and safety advisor
Kate Daughton .... assistant to director
Harry Dixon .... head of business affairs: Channel 4/Film4
Nerys Evans .... associate script supervisor: Channel 4/Film4
Miguel Ferrer .... office runner: Mallorca
Mike Fidduch .... chef: Fayre Do's (as Mike Fiddock)
Richard Godfrey .... location manager
Maryllis Gonzalez .... location accountant: Mallorca
Antony Gostyn .... legal services: Swan Turton
Vicky Grayson .... unit publicist
Samantha Harley .... stage manager (as Sam Harley)
Rob Harper .... finance manager: Channel 4/Film4
Lucy Iliffe .... location assistant
Sarah Inge .... production trainee
Richard J.R. Jones .... floor runner
Tracey Josephs .... head of production: Channel 4/Film4
Manolis Kritsotakis .... assistant production: Crete
Fernando Lambuley .... runner: Mallorca
Kate Lee .... unit publicist
Hsinyi Liu .... production coordinator: additional photography
Sophie MacClancy .... production secretary: additional photography
Eva Mangas .... production coordinator: additional photography Mallorca
Marcos Martinez .... base runner: Mallorca
Markus Meedt .... floor runner: additional photography
Justin Miller .... assistant production accountant
John O'Sullivan .... insurance broker: Media Insurance Brokers
Ana Palacios .... production coordinator: Mallorca
Bea Parra .... locations assistant: Mallorca
Lewis Partovi .... production coordinator
Silvia Pascual .... crowd coordinator: Mallorca
Pauline Pennington .... nurse: Mallorca
Angelica Pressello .... script supervisor
Mohammed Rahman .... chef's assistant
Miguel Ruz .... location manager: additional photography Mallorca
Daniel Sampedro Palerm .... location manager: Mallorca (as Daniel Sampedro)
Louise Simpson .... production secretary
Sue Bruce Smith .... head of commercial development: Channel 4/Film4
Moore Stephens .... accountant: Young Films
David Tuck .... electronic press kit
James Varty .... base runner
Luis Vidal .... runner: Mallorca (as Luis Vidal Vigil)
John Villeneau .... legal and business affairs
Theresa Waring .... accountant: Bwark
Steve Whale .... location security: 360° Security
Josh Yudkin .... location manager: additional photography
 
Thanks
Danny Cohen .... with thanks to
Chris Collins .... with thanks to: UKFC
Jon Croker .... with thanks to
Kerry Ixer .... with thanks to: Film Link
Angela Jain .... with thanks to
Will Palin .... with thanks to
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for strong crude and sexual content, some graphic nudity, language, alcohol and brief drug use
Runtime:
97 min
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Certification:
Australia:MA15+ | France:U | Germany:16 | Ireland:16 | Ireland:18 (Blu-ray rating) (uncut) | Ireland:15 (DVD rating) (cut) | Italy:T | Netherlands:12 | Singapore:M18 | South Korea:18 | UK:15 (cut) (theatrical version) (DVD) | UK:18 (uncut) (Blu-ray) | USA:R
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
In the taxi ride to the airport, Magaluf is mentioned as a holiday. The hotel scenes and resort scenes were shot in Magaluf.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Simon's dad takes the four lads to the airport they are seen getting into a silver Mazda 5 medium-sized MPV, we see this car again when Simon's dad is driving, however in the next shot of the car turning right at a junction a silver VW Sharan is used instead.See more »
Quotes:
James:You better watch you don't fall overboard.
Jane:Or what? I'll get harpooned because someone will mistake me for a whale? Someone will think they've discovered a new island? All the water will splash over onto the boat? I've heard them all. Take your pick.
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Movie Connections:
Features "Come Dine with Me" (2005)See more »
Soundtrack:
Whatever It TakesSee more »

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Much cruder than its TV incarnation, 2 May 2015
Author: tomgillespie2002 from United Kingdom

Based on the immensely successful TV series that ran between 2008 and 2010 on E4, The Inbetweeners naturally made the leap to the big screen much to the appreciation of its fans, who obviously felt that 3 seasons was not nearly enough time to spend with it's four hopeless would-be lothario's. As with most TV-to-movie transitions, the added budget requires moving the setting to something bigger and more exotic, which means its a lad's holiday to Malia for Will (Simon Bird), Jay (James Buckley), Neil (Blake Harrison) and Simon (Joe Thomas), where they hope to find sun, sea and sex. "It'll be like shooting clunge in a barrel," as the ever-sensitive Jay delicately puts it.

After Will's father marries a much younger women, Jay inherits money from his grandfather's death, and Simon is dumped by his girlfriend Carli (Emily Head), Neil books the group a much-needed fortnight away in Crete. Only their accommodation is a run-down squalor with a dead dog in the water well, and the area seems to be populated by a lonesome weirdo, an angry hotel owner and lots of ants. Their first venture into the clubs leads them to a deserted bar where they meet four girls who are staying nearby. Will insults but manages to hit it off with the gorgeous Alison (Laura Haddock); Simon can't stop talking about his ex to Lucy (Tamla Kari); Neil is too interested in the older lady on the dancefloor to talk to Lisa (Jessica Knappett); which leaves Jay "stuck with the fat one" Jane (Lydia Rose Bewley).

I boycotted the show for years due to it's popularity, as I find that it never spells good news if everyone is discussing how funny a show is (see Gavin & Stacy for proof). Yet when I did catch it on late-night TV, it transported me back to my school days. The dialogue is consistently crude and ridiculously offensive, but tragically realistic. The boys' repulsiveness was offset by their naivety and innocence, especially when spoken by Jay, a compulsive liar with a mentally abusive father. The show was less appealing in its relentless cruelty; set-pieces involving s******g your pants during an exam or walking down a cat- walk with one testicle unknowingly hanging out tended to induce cringing rather than laughs.

Operating on a larger scale means that these set-pieces are more dominant, making the film more akin to American teen sex comedies such as Porky's (1982) or American Pie (1999) than the more observational TV show that brought us "bus w*****s!", "ah, car fwend," and punching a fish to death. So rather than decent jokes and immature word-play, we get Jay masturbating with chicken-fillets and a gas mask and Neil's fingers working their way into an old slapper's knickers in the middle of a club. Still, while it makes little attempt to work outside the familiar tropes of the genre, it's funnier than most small-to-big screen transitions seen with British shows throughout the decades, with Bird and Buckley especially putting in decent performances.

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