I could spend 800 words going into detail about The Inbetweeners 2, and if I did, part of that would be to say that it hasn’t really changed from the existing format – with Neil being stupid, Will lusting after a girl out of his league, Jay boasting about sexual conquests that never happened while really being belittled by his family, and Simon stuck in some sort of dysfunctional relationship that he needs to get out of – but that format still has legs and it’s what any fan of the show wants to see from a new movie.
So I won’t bother.
Instead, I’ll just answer the one question you’ll all be asking.
Is it funny?
Answer: Yes, it’s hysterical, almost from beginning to end, and unlike the first movie, it doesn’t sag or feel drawn out.
I’m not going to spoil it for you by telling you my favourite bits; that would diminish your experience.
This is a tremendous effort from the Inbetweeners gang, and one that any fan of the show will want to see.
So if you like it the TV show, go to it as soon as possible.