Lost in Previews: The Inbetweeners

The Inbetweeners has been compared to Britain’s version of American Pie. However, I’d venture to say they are much more raunchy than any version of American Pie we might have seen. The boys get away from all responsibilities, parents, school and their normal home lives to Greece for a trip they have been assured will be filled with girls, booze, sex, binging and more sex.

THE INBETWEENERS is directed by Ben Palmer and based on the hit UK television series created by Iain Morris and Damon Beesley. The British answer to AMERICAN PIE, THE INBETWEENERS is a racy comedy about four uncool friends (Will, Jay, Simon and Neil) who go on their first vacation to Greece in search of high times and wild sex – with no parents, no teachers, no money, and little to no chance with the ladies.

THE INBETWEENERS was the UK box office smash of 2011, spending four weeks as the UK’s #1 film. The film broke several records, including the biggest opening week ever for a live action comedy at the UK box office. It went on to see its final British box office total over $70 million, and nearly $100 million worldwide.

The red-band trailer had me laughing out loud. Partly because these four boys think they are the talk of the town and really, they are quite homely and partly because their accents and attitudes will most likely carry this film. The Inbetweeners is set to release in the states on September 7th, 2012.

by Angela Davis

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