Mark and Jez are a couple of twenty-something roommates who have nothing in common - except for the fact that their lives are anything but normal. Mayhem ensues as the pair strive to cope with day-to-day life.
Best friends Will McKenzie, Simon Cooper, Jay Cartwright and Neil Sutherland - who are not among the social outcasts, but also not cool enough to hang out with the cool kids who they aspire to be - have just graduated from their suburban London high school. Simon has finally been able to get Carli D'Amato, who he has been in love with since they were children, to be his girlfriend. Largely because they will be going away to different schools in the fall, Carli breaks up with him. To get Simon's singularly focused mind off Carli, his three best mates decide to take him on vacation for two weeks to get some sun, sand and girls before they move onto the next chapter of their lives in the fall. Neil makes the decision for them to go to Malia on the isle of Crete, a popular summer tourist destination for many a Brit. Jay, with inheritance money in hand, believes he can have the pick of any girl he wants. Neil has to decide what constitutes not cheating on his girlfriend, Nicole. Will wants...Written by
James Lee Hunt, Sam Sheriff and Tom Wells got picked out of over a thousand applicants to play James' friends. Another guy named Chris, was originally picked, but it was seen as a better option to have three friends instead of four. However, he can be seen as an extra in the club scene which James and his friends feature. See more »
When Jay and Simon are fighting in the street, the positioning of the background people ranges from close to far away throughout the scene. See more »
So smelling like an industrial accident in a Lynx factory and looking like the world's shittest boyband, we hit the town.
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There is an extended version with roughly 4 minuets of extra footage. This includes alternate narration by Will, Will, Simon and Neil going to the toilets before meeting the girls after the dance, Simon and Will spotting Mr Gilbert at a drinking contest, Simon and Jay fight again after finding out Jay ripped the cruise tickets. See more »
Written by Konstantinos Pantzis and Giannis Liontos
Performed by Christina Koletsa (as Xristina Koletsa)
Published by Copyright Control (AEPI)
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Fans of 'The Inbetweeners' and its delightfully crude antics will not be disappointed by the feature length; an extended episode that only takes advantage of the added scope for character arcs, and nothing more. But was any less expected?
A completely new setting, the holiday resort of Magaluf, has allowed the writers a breath of fresh air after the stale third season; a mixed bag of episodes that abandoned the long- running relationship subplots and muscled the enjoyably frustrating female characters out of the story as the supposedly conclusive finale approached. Recognising this mistake, the movie revisits Simon's agonising unrequited love fro Carly and, in the somewhat disappointing absence of Emily Attack (Charlotte), each of the leading men are given a female counterpart. While this bloats the cast with additions no one cared for, it balances the film and distributes screen time equally among the ever eager Pussy Patrol.
Where the ailing television series failed to give us a fitting send off for the most notable group of British fictional characters since Harry Potter and friends, 'The Inbetweeners Movie' has enough emotion and sense of conclusion to redeem that.
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