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Release Date: September 07, 2012

Starring: Simon Bird, James Buckley, Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas, Laura Haddock, Emily Head, Tamia Kari, Jessica Knappett

Genre: Comedy

Audience: Older teenagers and adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 97 minutes

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Chris Ball, CEO/President, Wrekin Hill Entertainment
10685 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Phone: (310) 470-3131; Fax: (310) 470-3132
Website: www.wrekinhillentertainment.com

Content:

(PaPaPa, HoHo, LLL, V, SSS, NNN, AA, DD, MMM) Very strong pagan worldview focusing on sexual lust, with brief crude references to homosexuality but with comical intent; about 149 obscenities (including many “f” words), six strong profanities mentioning Jesus, 14 light profanities, a rude gesture, images of feces in three scenes, and high school graduate vomits after drinking too much, including on two couples during a party excursion on a boat; some comic violence includes punching, high school graduate pushes obnoxious boy into pool even though boy says he can’t swim and indeed others have to rescue boy, and high school graduate hurts leg after being hit accidentally by a bicycle; very strong sexual content includes many crude sexual references, talk about fornication and oral sex, sound of sex coming from bedroom, high school graduate gropes middle-aged woman on dance floor and dances suggestively with another middle-aged woman (after which it’s implied he later beds the woman), girls offer sex to boys, two high school graduates pretend to fornicate with clothes on to get aroused, partially depicted self-abuse as high school grad interacts with Internet prostitute in underwear and he’s interrupted by his mother and younger sister, plus brief, crude comical references to homosexuality; full male nudity in several scenes includes one scene where several guys lie to high school graduate to get him to take off all his clothes and one scene during a male stripper scene, girl takes off top with back to camera during skinny dipping scene at night on a secluded beach, scenes of upper male nudity, and female cleavage in bikini scenes and on dance floors; alcohol use and drunkenness; no smoking but visual jokes are made about man using paper money that was in someone’s anus to snort cocaine; and, cheating, lying, deceit, rude behavior, obscene negative comment about all fathers being jerks but an obscenity was used, one father gives crude advice to son going on a post-graduation trip.


Summary:

THE INBETWEENERS MOVIE is based on a lewd British sitcom about the sexual and other misadventures of four teenagers who finally graduate and decide to go on holiday to get drunk and hook up with girls. Like many R-rated American comedies, THE INBETWEENERS MOVIE is filled with constant foul language and very lewd content. Most of the jokes aren’t worth viewing, much less repeating.


Review:

THE INBETWEENERS is a lewd British sitcom about the sex lives of four nerdy teenagers, which aired between 2008 and 2010. A movie about the guys going on a graduation holiday in Crete did very well last summer in the U.K. The movie is finally opening in U.S. theaters this month.
In the story, the four guys (Will, Neil, Simon, and Jay) decide to go to Crete to celebrate their graduation and hook up with girls. A pretty woman tricks them into going into one disco, but no one else is there. Then, however, four British girls walk into the disco. Jay, who’s somewhat of a braggart, refuses to talk to the girls. He thinks the pretty saleswoman outside will keep her promise to come into the disco later. So, Will, Simon and Neil dance awkwardly toward the girls to nonchalantly strike up a conversation.
Simon and Neil almost immediately hit it off with two of the girls. The prettiest girl, Alison, however, tells Will she has a Greek boyfriend named Niklos. Also, Simon is still pining away for his old girlfriend, who just broke up with him. That leaves the chubby girl for Jay, but he keeps mocking her weight.
Will Simon stop pining for his old girlfriend, who clearly doesn’t care about him? Will Jay get over his weight issues with the chubby girl? Will Neil stop going after middle-aged women instead of the girl nearer his age? And, will Alison finally wise up and see that Will is the guy for her?
Like many R-rated American comedies, THE INBETWEENERS MOVIE is filled with constant foul language and very lewd content. The story is rather episodic. This makes the movie seem longer than it actually is. Despite some clever banter about relationships and a message against being mean, the worldview and attitudes on display are clearly pagan and immoral. Media-wise viewers will find THE INBETWEENERS MOVIE abhorrent. Most of the jokes aren’t worth viewing, much less repeating.


In Brief:

THE INBETWEENERS MOVIE is based on a lewd British sitcom about the sexual and other misadventures of four teenagers. Will, Neil, Simon, and Jay decide to go to Crete to celebrate their high school graduation, get drunk and hook up with girls. A pretty woman tricks them into going into one disco, but no one else is there. Then, however, four British girls walk into the disco. The rest of the plot shows the guys interacting with the girls and other people on Crete. Most of the comedy involves the various problems the girls have with these four misfits.
Like many R-rated American comedies, THE INBETWEENERS MOVIE is filled with constant foul language and very lewd content. The story is rather episodic. This makes the movie seem longer than it actually is. Despite some clever banter about relationships and a message against being mean, the worldview and attitudes on display are clearly pagan and immoral. Media-wise viewers will find THE INBETWEENERS MOVIE abhorrent. Most of the jokes aren’t worth viewing, much less repeating.