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The Inbetweeners 2

‘Please don’t let this be my last thought’

The Inbetweeners boys Simon (Joe Thomas) , Neil (Blake Harrison) and Will (Simon Bird) return and now they’re off on another holiday, to see Jay (James Buckley) on his gap year to the ‘sex capital of the world’ Australia, with once again entertaining results. 167 more words

2010s

The Inbetweeners Movie

‘I stopped believing in God when I realized it was only dog spelt backwards’

The Inbetweeners Movie follows on from the series as four ‘misfits’ Jay (James Buckley), Neil (Blake Harrison), Will (Simon Bird) and Simon (Joe Thomas) finally leave sixth form and embark on a ‘lads’ holiday to Crete and get up to their usual michevous adventures when they are let out into the big world. 151 more words

2010s

Line(s) of the Day #TheInbetweeners2

Jay: I should never have bought her that Wii Fit. She said she was trying to lose a bit of weight. I was just trying to help. 91 more words

Alex Raphael

James Buckley Joins Lonely Island Pic 'Conner4real'; Evan Jones Set For 'Shot Caller'; Goldenthal Lauded In Krakow

James Buckley will make his U.S. feature debut in Connor4real, the Lonely Island movie being produced by Judd Apatow. Andy Samberg stars as a rapper whose album bombs and leaves him with little career choice other than to re-form his old boy band. 356 more words

Casting

Crazy For Science With Carmelo The Science Fellow


by Carmelo Piazza, James Buckley and Chad Geran (Illustrator)

Synopsis: A hands-on science book packed with fun experiments from rockstar science educator Carmelo the Science Fellow! 176 more words

Kids

The Pyramid - 2014

“An archaeological team attempts to unlock the secrets of a lost pyramid only to find themselves hunted by an insidious creature.”

I was a bit excited about this film given the links to The Hills Have Eyes, one of my favourite horror films ever made, but it didn’t come close to being as good as that is. 498 more words

TV & FIlm

The Inbetweeners 2 (2014) - Viewed 25/04/2015

Director: Damon Beesley, Iain Morris

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

Genre: Comedy

Age Rating: 15

Running Time: 96 Minutes

Damon Beesley… 331 more words

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