The Bad Education Movie. Image shows from L to R: Joe (Ethan Lawrence), Mitchell (Charlie Wernham), Chantelle (Nikki Runeckles), Stephen (Layton Williams), Rem Dogg (Jack Binstead), Alfie (Jack Whitehall), Chantelle (Nikki Runeckles), Jing (Kae Alexander). Copyright: Entertainment In Video.

The Bad Education Movie

2015 British comedy film about a school trip. Stars Jack Whitehall, Ethan Lawrence, Nikki Runeckles, Layton Williams, Charlie Wernham and others.

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Sophie Davies, Cult Box, 19th September 2016

The Bad Education Movie review

Laughs are stifled by Elliot Hegarty's TV aesthetic, all static medium and closeup shots, chiefly of Jack Whitehall's ever-harassed testes.

Mike McCahill, The Guardian, 25th August 2015

Film Review: 'The Bad Education Movie'

Jack Whitehall's cheerfully lowbrow classroom sitcom makes a scrappy leap to the big screen.

Guy Lodge, Variety, 24th August 2015

Jack Whitehall interview

Insulting the Queen and pestering swans, Jack Whitehall loves breaking decency barriers. Just don't mention Judy Murray...

The Big Issue, 24th August 2015

The Bad Education Movie review

The Bad Education Movie will not repeat the huge success of The Inbetweeners Movie, as it is not as funny and does not have the same following, but fans will enjoy seeing class clown Alfie Wickers (Jack Whitehall) make an epic fool of himself during a disastrous school trip to Cornwall.

Henry Fitzherbert, The Daily Express, 23rd August 2015

The Bad Education Movie review

It's funny - oftentimes laugh-out-loud funny - with toilet humour playing its part, but rubbing shoulders with clever word-play, some good slapstick, homages to E.T. and The Wicker Man, a spot of social satire, and dick jokes. Lots of dick jokes.

Chris Tilly, IGN Movies, 21st August 2015

The Bad Education Movie review

The Bad Education Movie won't change the world, and viewers probably have to be both British and in the right frame of mind to best appreciate its highjinks, but this film will make a world of difference to Jack Whitehall's career, offering opportunities similar to those taken by James Corden and Ricky Gervais.

Fionnuala Halligan, Screen Daily, 21st August 2015

The Bad Education Movie review

Silly and certainly not for the faint-hearted, The Bad Education Movie will leave newcomers either offended or bemused, and it's hard to see where any potential sequel could go from here (maybe that trip to Vegas?). Nevertheless, it achieves its goal to entertain fans of the TV series with much of the same, on a wider canvas, including a typically chaotic finale.

James Luxford, Radio Times, 21st August 2015

The Bad Education Movie review

Jack Whitehall's terrible teacher returns for a pretty terrible big screen transfer.

Matthew Turner, The List, 21st August 2015

Interview: Iain Glen

Game of Thrones star switches gears and plays for laughs in Jack Whitehall's Bad Education Movie.

Rebecca Monks, The List, 20th August 2015