St. Trinian's, the infamous school for 'young ladies', is in trouble. Despite being an old flame of its Headmistress (a top-of-his-class comic performance by Rupert Everett), the new Education Minister (Colin Firth from Mamma Mai) is shaking things up and the school is facing financial ruin. But the students of St. Trinian's aren't going to give up without a fight. After all, they excel at chaos and anarchy not chemistry and algebra...and that's exactly what it's going to take to beat the authorities before they close down their beloved school for good.
This is a Region 4 disc, the local region for New Zealand.
This film was rather silly and no so great either, some of the jokes just fell flat and I found boring. Rupert Everett and Colin Firth were pretty funny, as were some of the schoolgirls and storylines, but overall it's hard to sympathise with a school which just seems plain awful and where most people are downright nasty. It wasn't too bad and passed time well enough but I have no desire to see it again and I can't say I remember it very well or think about it often, it just doesn't stay with you like some films too.
Not a perfect movie, but funny one. This verion of the St Trinians is based on the plot of "The Belles at St Trinians". Unlike the original story, it was modified and made to be more up-to-date, with contempoary situations, new kinds of jokes, and a new definition of beauty. Like many contemporary comedy movies, there are a lot of stupid and non-logical jokes. Like it, but doesn't love it.
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