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The Inbetweeners Movie Triple Play (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy)

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  • Actors: Simon Bird, James Buckley, Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Channel 4 DVD
  • DVD Release Date: 12 Dec 2011
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (557 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005CUB48K
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,070 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


The multi award-winning Inbetweeners return – in this critically-acclaimed film

Will (Simon Bird), Simon (Joe Thomas), Jay (James Buckley) and Neil (Blake Harrison), have finished school forever, and are off on their first lads holiday. They‘re looking forward to two weeks in Malia with no parents, no teachers and little chance with the ladies.

From disastrous holiday accommodation, to Simon’s heartache, to Neil’s spectacular dancing, to Jay falling asleep in an ants nest, it’s a real coming-of-age film – where 4 boys become men… or at least try to. And with the chance for holiday romance the boys pull out all the stops!

Special Features:

Disc 1 DVD - Feature film, Extended cut, commentaries x 4
Disc 2 DVD - Exclusive Special Features (Over 2 hrs of unseen material):

•    Making Of
•    Joe Thomas Dangerman
•    Things We Did Instead of Rehearsing
•    London Premiere
•    Skye Premiere
•    Deleted Scenes
•    Sims Parody
•    Bloopers

Disc 3 Blu-ray – Feature film, Extended cut, commentaries x 4
Digital Copy – Feature film

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Andrea Smith on 25 Aug 2011
Format: DVD
This is undoubtedly one of the best comedies I've seen in a long time. It boasts a great cast and it is wickedly funny but without ever being 'too' repulsive and offensive - a great achievement considering it's a 'lads' comedy.

I laughed out loud on a number of occasions but the film does more than make you laugh: without giving too much away, there were some very sweet moments where the boys' innocence in genuinely touching. Older viewers will love the memories the film brings back of first holidays abroad, drunken kisses and teenage infatuation. It's a feel-good, nostalgic film that we can all relate to. I left the cinema with a great big smile on my face and I would definitely watch this again.

**Note: I hadn't seen an episode of the Inbetweeners before watching this film, but I'm glad I didn't let this deter me because it did not spoil any enjoyment of the film one iota. So if you have yet to see an episode of the Inbetweeners, do still go and watch this as it's a good introduction to what is an undoubtedly great series (I've since ordered the box set!)
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By sam155 TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 28 Dec 2011
Format: DVD
It was always going to be difficult to translate a much loved half hour series into a 90 minute special without any boring/slow bits. However, having watched this film last night, I would say the writers definitely succeeded in writing a script that had everything.

This is a final fling and goodbye to the four boys, knowing there are no more series to come and that there is nowhere else they can go with this. It's a fitting finale. There are several strands to the story, and appearances from many of the supporting characters such as the lads' parents, Mr Gilbert, Head of Sixth Form, and Carly D'Amato, love of Simon's Life. Mr Gilbert's end of term address is beautifully abusive and obnoxious, as we have come to expect.

This is certainly a rite of passage movie, with several gross out moments, brilliant one liners and some poignant moments even. We see a vulnerable side to Liar Liar Pants on Fire Jay, Neil shows a flair for the older ladies ("dinner ladies"), Will ends up being almost the cool one, and Simon grows up and smells the coffee.

There are baddies, a poo scene, a bevvy of slutty lovelies, a quadrant of nice girls,a boat party and a smattering of vomit. There's also a "blink and you'll miss it" cameo from 6ft 8 Mr Gilbert at the end on a quad bike, and some truly amateur dancefloor scenes that will leave you cringing.

Oh, it's funny too. My husband and I even screamed at the screen a few times with our hands over our mouths shouting No! No!

Overall, recommended and a fitting end to a brilliant series.

PS Inbetweeners Trivia- Antony Head (from Buffy, Gold Blend and the Prime Minister in Little Britain) makes a cameo at the start and it's his daughter, Emily Head, who plays Carly.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Clifford on 29 Feb 2012
Format: Blu-ray
From modest beginnings on E4, "The Inbetweeners" became - in my view - one of the greatest British TV comedies of recent years. If you'd ever been a teenager in suburbia, you could relate to Will, Simon, Jay and Neil's ham-fisted efforts to get drunk, impress girls and navigate their hormonal way through sixth form.

The transition to the big screen brings a few moments of sheer comedy gold, such as the hilarious nightclub dance and hotel pool scenes, but the movie generally doesn't have the same wit or invention as the TV series. Whereas the TV episodes were short, sharp and usually ended with the boys' failure and humiliation, the movie is drawn-out and sentimental, and a happy ending is telegraphed from early on.

The film's plot, which revolves around the group's encounters (and growing bond) with four holidaying girls, doesn't really convince. The girls themselves are well played, but their interest in the boys - despite the latter's charmless, gauche and sometimes obnoxious behaviour - beggars belief. None of the romantic possibilities in the series were ever so forgiving, and four attractive girls on holiday in a party resort are hardly going to hang around after being ignored and offended. Elsewhere, the main 'villain' of the piece (a nasty club rep) doesn't get enough screen time or play a coherent role, and Simon's tedious obsession with Carli is overdone. A couple of amusing cameos from sociopathic teacher Mr Gilbert simply remind you how much better the series was.

While the story allows the boys to mature a little - even Jay gets a poignant scene when he realises that he and Simon will soon go their separate ways - I had the feeling that none of the lads travelled far enough along their character arc to justify the movie's upbeat conclusion.
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73 of 88 people found the following review helpful By James.C (& Sally) on 9 Oct 2011
Format: DVD
Being an Inbetweeners fan, having watched every episode aired, and owning all three series. I wasn't quite sure what to expect. Since we all know, from past accusations, the TV programme to cinematic film format hasn't gone quite to plan, almost pretty much most of the time.

However, when I went to go see this at the cinema, I was entertained for a whole 90 minutes, and you should expect to be entertained! Despite paying for incredibely expensive tickets just to watch a film! Although, to most reviewers claiming 'It wasn't as good as the television series'. I beg to differ! The film was altered from the television series to make sure that the people who hadn't heard of or viewed the TV series could still relate to the film. Raise your expectations with this film, because it may appear as 'one extra long episode' to some, however I thought it was a great addition to the finale of the series.

The writers, especially, showed the true friendship between these boys, their individual personality and development still intact. The comical and the emotional journey of becoming an adult and dealing with rejection, these characters have learnt from, without changing who they really are inside.

Overall, to sum up this review. A very funny, rude, crude, light hearted and comical film, which truly redefines and lives up to E4's greatest television sitcom ever made!
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