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This review is from: The Inbetweeners - The Complete Series (DVD)
I first saw the show when I visited the UK in 2009. I am a huge fan and clearly this is a very biased review. I originally purchased the DVDs but they were coded for a different region. So, sadly, after watching them on my MacBook a few times, I had to place the DVD's in a closet since I ran out of options regarding choosing a particular region for viewing.
So, here we are in 2012, and the boys have finally jumped the pond. Wonderful. They're on iTunes as well but you can only get seasons 2 and 3 via that service. I understand the movie will be out on DVD in the US later this year, still another reason to live just a little bit longer! :-)
The boy's friendship is evident in each very well-written episode and the situations hilarious. Their experiences and motivations tend to focus on girls and the related angst is typical for their age group For American viewers, think Animal House meets the Big Bang Theory, but with more cursing and British accents.
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Initial post: Aug 5, 2012 1:14:26 AM PDT
D. Stock says:
Are the bonus features the same as the UK sets?
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 6, 2012 5:17:35 PM PDT
Great question as I would also like to know because some of the bonus material is the funniest of any bonus material on any DVD or Blu-ray I have ever seen.
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