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The Inbetweeners 2 film review

Starring: Simon Bird, James Buckley, Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas

Directed by: Damon Beesley and Iain Morris

Whether you like the Inbetweeners or not, it can’t be denied that they do as they say on the tin. 803 more words

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The Inbetweeners 2 (2014)

The Inbetweeners 2 (2014)

The Inbetweeners are back, but this time they’re just visiting.

The Inbetweeners began in 2008 as a small-time Channel 4 show centering on four English teenage boys at the ‘inbetween’ stage of life; no longer boys, but very much not yet men. 870 more words

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The Inbetweeners 2 (2014) ★★

Directed by Damon Beesley and Iain Morris

What first struck me about The Inbetweeners 2 was the decidedly uncinematic way in which it’s shot and edited. 592 more words

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The Inbetweeners 2 (2014)

After a disastrous night on the town in Bristol, where one of their number now attends university, Will (Simon Bird), Simon (Joe Thomas) and Neil (Blake Harrison) resolve to spend the rest of their vacation in Australia, where Jay (James Buckley) is believed to be living out his gap year in luxury as a celebrated DJ at one of the country’s most renowned nightclubs. 549 more words

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Film review: The Inbetweeners 2

It’s usually a risk for popular television programmes to make the jump to the big screen but in 2011, The Inbetweeners made it look easy. Would a sequel have the same outcome or should they have quit while they were ahead? 523 more words

What I Thought: The Inbetweeners 2

It’s crazy to think that The Inbetweeners, a small series that started six years ago on Channel 4, is on to its second feature film release. 1,092 more words

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The Inbetweeners 2


In a blaze of crude schoolboy vulgarity, The Inbetweeners has unashamedly slipped itself into the British cultural palette, reaffirmed by another excellent outing. Returning with their unique assault of unabashed familiarity, in an awful way Will, Simon, Neil and Jay feel like old friends. 252 more words

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