Like any holiday, it is episodic and suffers from repetition but this is gag-for-gag the funniest film of the summer and a fitting end to a much-loved series. So long boys, it's been great to know you.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
This feature-length dose of boyish sexual fumbling and fantastically dirty British slang is bound to expand an American viewer's vocabulary.
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Satisfies as a standalone experience.
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New York Post

By Kyle Smith
It turns out that constraint is really what the show is all about, or to put it another way, I'm disappointed that they turned my horny-teen comedy into a gross-out comedy.
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The Guardian

They could have called it British Pie, but this TV sitcom spin-off updates the teen summer holiday formula surprisingly entertainingly, considering it doesn't subvert it one iota.
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Walter Addiego
If nothing else, The Inbetweeners Movie proves that raunchy comedies about horny teens aren't just an American quirk.
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Time Out New York

By David Fear
Even the show's disciples may feel like they've been cheated.
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Slant Magazine

By Diego Costa
Oh, the hilarious awkwardness of placing privileged white kids in a place where they don't belong.
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New York Daily News

By Joe Neumaier
After much fumbling, the snicks and giggles of adolescence grow wearying yet again.
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Boston Globe

By Mark Feeney
If nothing else, The Inbetweeners Movie earns itself a footnote in any comprehensive history of local movie exhibition. This has got to be the first time a wedgie has been inflicted onscreen at the Kendall.
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44 out of 100
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