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The moment when I realize that Joe Thomas can only play one character...and that's himself.
Gross and often dark in humor, but despite that 'The Festival' at least kept me entertained.
Actually laughed. I think I'm British (or immature)..
Nothing funny in this film. A total waste of talent.
It's been a little while since I saw this and I can't remember a single thing about it.
Painfully unfunny and kind of annoying. And this is coming from an Inbetweeners lover.
Basically 'The Inbetweeners go to a Festival'. Probably on a par with the 2nd Inbetweeners movie (laugh out loud moments mixed with gags that miss completely). I enjoyed it, and would encourage people to push on through the first 15 minutes which is quite offputtingly poor.
Typical Brit comedy that follows The Inbetweeners formula, in which Joe Thomas essentially plays exactly the same character as he does here. Some laughs, some slapstick moments too. Doesn't make me want to buy tickets to the next Glastonbury.
Haven't seen anything quite this dire for some time. Terrible plot, awful unlikeable characters, cliched and gimmicky.
Half a star is being generous.
Wanted more funny and less awkward. Still entertaining and the english cameo's were great
Basically Simon's story arch in The Inbetweeners first movie but not as good.