The Inbetweeners 2

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Strong sex references, nudity, very strong language, drug misuse

About this Film

'The Inbetweeners 2' picks up with Neil, Jay, Will and Simon after the hilarious hijinks of their last outing in Malia for some more coming-of-age mishaps.

In 'The Inbetweeners Movie', the endearingly idiotic foursome headed to the infamous party strip of Malia in search of fun in the sun. This time around, the quartet venture down under to Australia for even more mischief and mayhem.

'The Inbetweeners 2' is written and directed by Damon Beesley and Iain Morris, who also penned the first movie as well as the E4 series.

ODEON Guests love The Inbetweeners!

Reviewer: groucho2 Date: 2014-08-07
Watched it on preview Wednesday in a packed studio 12 (the largest) at the Odeon. Apparently all the vast number of preview viewings were packed. Filthy, disgusting puerile humour at its very best. Makes Mrs Brown seem like Mary Poppins. See it!

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  • Cast members
    Blake Harrison, James Buckley, Simon Bird
  • Running time
    96 minutes
  • Directed by
    Damon Beesley, Iain Morris
  • Language


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Total Film - 4/5 Stars

Rhymes with 'there will be poo'

“Muff before mates is actually a crime in Australia,” says loveable lunk Neil (Blake Harrison) and he’s right. From the three TV series to the 2012 hit spin-off film, The Inbetweeners has always been about the ups and downs of male friendship; and never more so than in this sequel in which the boys wind up in Australia, where fantasist Jay (James Buckley) claims he’s working the decks in a Sydney club under the name “DJ Big Penis”.

Back home, the spiky-haired Simon (Joe Thomas) is studying sociology at Sheffield, and still dating holiday romance Lucy (Tamla Kari), now the girlfriend from hell – microwaving his PlayStation and cutting up his hoodies. Resident narrator Will (Simon Bird) is seemingly the most unpopular student at Bristol Uni while Neil has just found this great new app called Grindr…

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Reviewer: ATHDate: 2014-09-13

Waited with anticipation for this film...but what a let down. The storyline, the characters and whole feel of this film just failed miserably after the 1st film. Hope they don't do Inbetweeners no 3 based on the strength of this one!!


Reviewer: Matt2Date: 2014-09-10

I guess I have just grown up but I basically wasted £20 on jokes pulled straight out of the stereotypical horny teenagers handbook and I am shocked at the age rating. Any respectable adult wouldn't allow their kid to watch this film.


Reviewer: nemmy1Date: 2014-09-05

This film let me down it was funny as expected but at parts it was very childish and over exaggerated. It was nothing compared to the original.


Reviewer: Teri18Date: 2014-09-03

Loved the 1st film but this was boring.Just a handful of laughs.Was very disappointed.

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