"The Inbetweeners" movie quotes bring the raunchy British coming-of-age sitcom of the same title to the big screen in the states. The comedy film follows four friends who find themselves in need of a vacation. They set off for a luxurious summer holiday in Crete but things don't quite go as planned. The movie, which was previously released in the United Kingdom, essentially serves as the end of the three-season sitcom from E4.
The four young men, Will (Simon Bird), Jay (James Buckley), Neil (Blake Harrison) and Simon (Joe Thomas) decide to get away from their normal lives and take a summer holiday to Malia. The getaway is much needed, especially after the stress of their A-level exams, the death of Jay's grandfather and the break-up between Simon and his girlfriend Carli. So the boys head out to what is seemingly a deluxe resort.
But as they soon learn, that resort is far from as nice as advertised and the group is forced to find other ways to entertain themselves. Drinking, lots of ladies (including a fat one who they frequently tease), debauchery and enough embarrassment to last a life time follow.If "The Inbetweeners" movie is a bit too British or sexual for your tastes, there are many other stellar summer 2012 movies from which to choose including "Lawless," "Cosmopolis," "Premium Rush," "Hit and Run," "ParaNorman," "Sparkle," "The Expendables 2" and "The Odd Life of Timothy Green."
Try Not To Kill Anyone
Mr. Gilbert: "This isn't The Dead Poets Society and I am not that bloke on BBC2 keeps getting kids to sing in choirs. I especially don't want to hear how well you are settling down at uni or how much growing up you have done in the past 12 months. At best I am ambivalent towards most of you, but some of you I actively dislike, for no other reason than your poor personal hygiene or your irritating personalities. I hope I have made myself clear on this point and in case any of you think I am joking, I am not. I assure you, once my legal obligation to look after you best interests is removed, I can be one truly nasty f***er. Good luck with the rest of your lives and try not to kill anyone, it reflects very badly on all of us here."Oh Mr. Gilbert, bravo for giving the graduation speech countless other teachers and school administrators long to give. Remember kids, sometimes your teachers dislike you being at school just as much as you dislike being at school, they just rarely are this blunt about it.
Ponies Need Feeding
Neil: "Ooh! Hello, hello! It's those little lovelies from the coach!"
Jay: "That one's not so little."
Simon: "You think they're looking at us?"
Will: "And not in a weird, terrified, 'leave us alone' way. Amazing!"
Simon: "Jay, you're drunkest. Go over and talk to them."
Jay: "Nah. Not me, mate. None of them are as fit as my one outside. Why go for hamburgers when you've got steak at home?"
Will: "If, like you, you have neither anywhere. It's up to you, then, Si."
Simon: "Really? I don't know if I'm over Carli. Ow! Can you stop that?!
Jay: "Yes, I can. Those little ponies need feeding."
Dog Spelt Backwards
Neil: "I stopped believing in god when I realised it was just dog spelt backwards."There comes a time in most people's lives when their faith is tested, put at a crossroads even. For Neil, that point was when he realized that god is simply dog spelled backwards. Quite the enlightenment!
Jay: "At least they won’t call you briefcase mong anymore."
Will: "Oh well, that's good."
Jay: "No, they'll call you sh** pants mong."
Neil: "Or Sh***y Sh***y Bang Bang."
Will: "Any more?"
Simon: "Wayne Pooney, Take Shat."
Neil: "Dr Poo."
Jay: "The Lion, the Witch and the speccy kid who shat himself."
Simon: "We can keep this up all summer you know."
Will: "Brilliant - looking forward to it."
Simon: "Brad Sh**."
Jay: "Bumlog Millionaire."
Simon: "How about Vladimir Pootin?"