The Inbetweeners 2


Action / Comedy

IMDb Rating 6.4 10 34449


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Belinda Stewart-Wilson as Polly MacKenzie
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kosmasp 7 / 10

Inbetweeners on the Beach

Actually in Germany they still used the title they gave the first Inbetweeners movie, which was Sex on the beach. Now they added "Down under" which stands clearly for Australia ... well and probably something else, but I don't have to point that joke out for you I reckon. Apart from weird German titles, this has a few things that work better than in the first movie, but the first had a different kind of charm.

Well at least for someone like me, who hadn't seen the TV show (and still hasn't). The four boys are at it again, though one of them seems to have hit the mother-load over in Australia. Which is the starting point of the new adventure and the reason they all find themselves in Australia. Predictable? Yes. Still funny? Also yes

Reviewed by Jolene Blades 1 / 10

This was my first impression, and it wasn't good...

Based on recommendations from friends + teachers, along with some critical hype, I decided to see this movie; having never previously seen anything else Inbetweeners related. This was a very bad first impression.

I am a teenager, and I am - judging by the marketing and the audience I saw the film with - the target demographic for this movie. And evidently a lot of teenagers do like it (the cinema was packed). However it appears that I am not most teenagers.

The characters themselves are all rather one-note: Will (the sarky narrator) is "the geeky one" who spends most of the movie lusting after a girl he used to go to school with who he randomly bumps into in Australia ("such a small world") - on a side note that girl, when she isn't annoying, is actually a rather good flip on the Manic Pixie Dream Girl concept; Jay is the "lad": a sex-obsessive who actually does have hidden depths surprisingly enough; Neil is "the thick one" (who despite this being his main character trait still manages to surprise you in quite how thick he is) and Simon is the "one with a psychotically possessive girlfriend" - the subplot of which is really badly resolved.

A lot of the comedy is rather disgusting, which isn't my taste, but evidently is for a lot of people. I was turned off by scenes of one character throwing up after an unfortunate accident on a water slide, another character having something close to bestiality occurring early on, and yet another character urinating in another's face - although the majority of the cinema found it entertaining.

There are good moments - the plot itself would be quite interesting if the characters were more developed (though I haven't seen the show or the previous film), there's a scene involving swimming with dolphins which despite the sheer idiocy that occurs is actually rather entertaining and and most scenes between Will and the girl he lusts after are relatively good compared to the rest of the movie (with one exception). There's a cameo at the end that's also quite funny, as well as the odd line here and there. But otherwise, I found it boring and irritating (especially "BANTS!").

If this is the sort of thing you like, then good for you, go and see the movie. If you're like me and turned off by it, do what I wish I'd done and not see it.

Reviewed by Laura Jane Eaton 4 / 10

The Inbetweeners 2: Flop or Success?

I'll start this review by saying that I love the Inbetweeners. The British series took four social outcasts, with whom we can all relate, and put them into (lets face it) extremely awkward situations. Therefore, you can't imagine my excitement when I heard that the first film was coming out, and boy did it deliver!

Now, I'm all for the continuation of things I really enjoy, but for me, I knew that the Inbetweeners ended in a good place. It had many a devoted fan, and was a huge success at the box office. It was something that would be remembered for the right reasons.

Fast forward three years and here we are. The Inbetweeners 2 has been released and I've recently watched the film. I tried to keep my thoughts neutral. Although I already knew that there were only one of two ways that it could go. Flop or success? In my opinion, it wasn't dismal, but it definitely failed to deliver what made it so brilliant in the first place, the schoolboy comedy. In fact, I would go as far as to say that it seemed a bit crude. However, it did provide a few laughs, and it was good to see the four of them together again, although I would have preferred a better, less rushed ending.

Would I watch it again? No, I think some things are better left as they are.

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