[after his parents have left, thinking he is ill] "They bought it. Incredible! One of the worst performances of my…
When their beloved school is threatened with closure should the powers that be fail to raise the proper funds, the girls scheme to steal a priceless painting and use the profits to pull St. Trinian's out of the black.
I used up all of my 'f' words in my 'review' of Grown Ups. So I'm kind of left high and dry now. Using the 'c' word against a bunch of schoolgirls wouldn't look too cool would it?
Here's the thing with St. Trinian's, it's a reboot of a classic British film, I don't know if it's any good I've never seen it but it's always on TV and it's from Ealing. Well I'm pretty sure that this is a bad film, the acting isn't great, the story is ridiculous and for a kids film it's very risqué but I surprisingly enjoyed it. St. Trinian's is about a school for girls that is just out of control. The girls are crazy and the headmistress is ok with these girls trashing the place, she encourages outrageous things. Well Colin Firth has had enough of it and wants to close the place down and with Miss Fritton (the headmistress) getting…
Russel Brand, I respectfully request you go DIE IN A HOLE FROM AN OVERDOSE OF YOUR OWN ANNOYINGNESS.
An awful, awful film reminiscent of a terrible school play. I fail to understand what power or force prevented me from turning off this drivel. Not even Everet's massive man chin could save this film. Calling this a comedy flags up some kind of trade description act I'm sure. Miss this.
An attractive cast of school girls with Russel brand trying to pull off a heist no just NO!
This is not a good film. Yet I find myself returning to it over and over. Maybe it's all the attractive ladies in school uniforms. Or the ridiculously great British cast. Whatever it is, I like it.
We are the best, so screw the rest
We do as we damn well please
Until the end, St Trinians
Defenders of anarchy!
Guys, this movie. This movie right here.
Fucking silly as hell, but so much fun! And a major blow to Colin Firth's movie career - AND HE'S IN IT.
I just still don't even know what I watched here.
It breaks no new ground, and a decent movie about riotous schoolgirls probably could have been made without having to rely on a heist subplot, but St. Trinian's is ridiculously entertaining, although often just flat out ridiculous. It's not a particularly good film, but it's enjoyable in it's own, dysfunctional, messed-up way.
It's amazing the things I'll watch to see Gemma Arterton.
my kind of movie
When the school faces bankruptcy, it is up to the girls of St Trinian's to save the day.
Here is the sixth entry in the St. Trinian's franchise, and this movie takes some of the ideas from The Belles Of St. Trinian's and brings them up to date. The story is very entertaining and funny for the most, but things do get a little silly towards the end. There are a few homages to The Belles Of St Trinian's that are a very nice touch and will be appreciated by fans of the franchise. The cast all play their roles with glee, and Rupert Everett's excellent portrayal of Miss Fritton is a definite high-point. All in all, though not perfect, this is an incredibly fun movie and does a very good job of rebooting the classic franchise for a modern audience whilst keeping the spirit of the original movies alive.
What can I say I am sucker for movies about boarding schools.
2015's first "Why did I choose to watch this?"
Mum, Dad, FL, RS & NS
I FUCKING LOVE COLOURING