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The Inbetweeners 2 Movie Review

The first installment of The Inbetweeners movie had us follow four friends, Will McKenzie, Jay Cartwright, Neil Sutherland and Simon Cooper to Malia on a sun soaked holiday at the end of graduation. 562 more words

Saroeuth Matikainen

Steven Bowditch Falls Into A Win At The Valero Texas Open

Kind of just the worst week in golf, am I right? Not to take anything away from Steven Bowditch, I mean but kinda, but this was a pretty weak week of golf. 191 more words

Golf

Exam Anxiety

I hate the feeling of coming out of an exam and feeling like one or two minor mistakes could cost you a whole grade. I think the whole concept of an exam is so inaccurate based on the skills you actually have, you can’t measure how well a person is at a subject based on a 2 hour paper, that NEVER has the topics you’ve learnt on it! 180 more words

"The Inbetweeners Movie" review

It must be really challenging to turn a hit TV show into a film. I remember watching Jerry Seinfeld being interviewed about his film, Bee Movie, and how the experience made him respect moviemakers a lot more. 972 more words

Film Reviews

"The Inbetweeners" complete UK series review

My friends had told me about this show. I knew it was a comedy, but oh my lord I found it far funnier than I could have ever imagined. 1,300 more words

TV Reviews

The Inbetweeners Movie to get US reboot with different characters

A US film version of The Inbetweeners is being planned but won’t feature any of the characters from the much-loved British comedy series.

While the new movie will be ‘inspired’ by the E4 sitcom, Will McKenzie, Simon Cooper, Jay Cartwright and Neil Sutherland won’t be popping up. 234 more words

Film

Review: Bring your wellies as ‘The Inbetweeners’ boys are back

Will McKenzie (Simon Bird), Jay Cartwright (James Buckley), Simon Cooper (Joe Thomas) and Neil Sutherland (Blake Harrison), better known as “The Inbetweeners,” a British sitcom following the lives of four everyday teenagers, has hit the big screen. 358 more words

Film And Television