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Upon graduating, Nick feels his life is over because of his failure, but his best friend, Shane, seems to have the best solution to take his friend into the world of pleasure away from the bad state he feels. Chen proposes to spend three days at an epic music festival with the help of 'The Gift of the Festival' and 'The Stranger' Amy, where this celebration seems to be the perfect solution to help Nick. Chen tries to make Nick embrace the music, play and entertainment he needs.
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Empire Magazine
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August 15, 2018

There are highs and lows here, with a fair amount of shoe leather required before you get to the good stuff. Pretty much like a real festival, appropriately enough.
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Independent (UK)
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August 15, 2018

The main insight provided here is that festival going is a mixture of heaven and hell.
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Film Inquiry
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August 28, 2018

The Festival can't get out of the shadow of The Inbetweeners, but it's well worth a watch for all fans of the series.
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Flickering Myth
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August 14, 2018

An amiable Brit comedy that balances its crude gags with an off-kilter weirdness and some spot-on observations of the music festival experience.
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The Mail on Sunday (UK)
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August 20, 2018

Production values aren't high but with Inbetweeners star Joe Thomas leading a well-chosen cast there is fun to be had amid the mud, madness and drugged-up Smurfs.
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New Statesman
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August 17, 2018

After the initial sticky patch, audiences are likely to find themselves amenable and even enthusiastic - much like the festival experience, in fact.
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Hollywood Reporter
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August 22, 2018

Not exactly groundbreaking comedy, but Morris clearly knows his youthful audience demographic well, playing on their hang-ups as much as their aspirations.
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Shadows on the Wall
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August 15, 2018

While many gags are enjoyably unhinged, most of the humour feels very lazy, pushing the expected buttons while pretending to be sexy and/or disgusting.
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Observer (UK)
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August 20, 2018

It's the specificity of the stereotypes that Morris hangs out to dry that make the film so funny.
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Metro (UK)
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August 15, 2018

Like festivals themselves, this isn't for everyone, but if your ears are still ringing from a long weekend in a field, this is the summer silliness for you.
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JumpCut Online
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October 31, 2018

Watchable, but unforgivably derivative - was it not a bit early to have a remake of The Inbetweeners Movie?
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The National (Scotland)
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August 19, 2018

Play[s] the crude shock value card with swaggering confidence, while there's just enough sprinkling of weirdness and endearing sweetness to balance things out.
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