#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – St Trinians proudly continues to represent the unacceptable face of British education. When the new Minister of Education announces he will personally sort the place out he doesn’t realise either the enormity of the task or that the headmistress is an old flame. The school is anyway threatened with closure by their bank; with the staff clearly a waste of space the girls realise the responsibility to save the day falls on them. Perhaps ripping off the girl with the pearl earring (a painting by Johannes Vermeer) might be the way out?
Plot: 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 red.
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Totally redundant and unfunny remake
St Trinian’s may market itself as a school for “young ladies” but, under the “leadership” of Miss Fritton, nothing could be further from the truth and anarchy is rife. Bank debts and the reforming agenda of a new Minister of Education put the school under threat though and, despite the many factions within the school, all must come together if they are to save the school and prevent them all being sent to a “proper” school by its closure.
Let me set out the scene here because I think it is important for you to understand “how” I saw this film to help you read my opinion in context. I’d had this film for a while on rental DVD but never really was too keen to see it and my girlfriend had zero interest. So one night she was away for work and I had been hanging out drinking too much beer and enjoying a taste of temporary single life. Cutting a long story short, I ended up tipsy and decided to watch this film for some silly laughs. So to say the least I was in the best state possible to forgive this film and enjoy it. So it says a lot that I found it tiresomely unfunny and entirely pointless.
The question of whether or not the world needed a St Trinian’s remake was one that didn’t concern me at the time but, thinking about it, it really doesn’t. Originally the films were not that great but at least the issue of schoolgirl were made in a bit more innocent times and not a period where child abuse and the sexuality of children is a regular subject of headlines and concern. So it is not an easy watch with modern eyes to see women dressed as schoolgirls oozing stockinged sexuality all over the screen, pouting like there is no tomorrow. Not that I minded that too much in my drunken state but it was still not that comfortable to watch. Regardless though I was not here to make moral judgements but rather to laugh and this was the bigger problem there wasn’t a single one to be had in the whole sorry affair. I could cope with the silly tone but this in itself is not “comedy” and, aside from the odd line here and there that was OK, most of it is just poor.
The cast can do very little other than embarrass themselves although they are very good at that. Everett, Firth, Fry and Brand do themselves no favours and other than the money I cannot see what attracted them to do it. The girls all pout and slink around the place but none of them are genuinely sexy even Karan is lifeless, a surprise considering she sent thrills through me in Darjeeling Limited. This is a real shame because, other than the supposed sex appeal of the majority of the cast, none of the “girls” offer anything else of value or interest.
That St Trinian’s is rubbish will surprise few people but it really is a harsh judgement that even when drunk and looking for basic, easy fun it still managed to totally fail me. Unfunny, unsexy and totally unnecessary.
Wickedly brilliant Brit flick!
I have just returned from a preview screening of Ealing Studio’s new film- a continuation of the St. Trinian’s franchise which last had an outing in the 1960s, and I have to say it is the most fun i’ve had in a cinema for AGES!
Re-inventing the twee originals St. Trinian’s has been brought into the modern day with a bang! With Goths, Emos, Posh Tottie, Chavs and Geeks galore they don’t miss anything out! Right from the start as one of the main girls is driven upto the school for the first time past a car in flames you know you’re going to be in for a riot! The production design was brilliant- there was so much to look at and laugh at- it must have taken days to dress each set!
Rupert Everett and Colin Firth make a brilliant team- they bounce off each other and give the film a great heart- Rupert in drag is a sight to see- I wonder if Camilla PB has seen it yet- because he’s got her down brilliantly! Russell Brand really shows that he can act and deliver other people’s funny lines- you really look forward to him cropping up throughout the film.
The girls are brilliant- they all hit their laughs and are never too over the top. Gemma Atherton is superb as is Paloma (?) who plays one of the Emos.
All in all- I laughed from start to finish- it’s a great film for the family this Christmas that is 10x funnier than the disappointing Enchanted that really wasn’t the family film of the decade as Disney would like us to believe. Go and see it- if u’ve got kids they’ll definitely thank you for it- or if not just go and see it to escape the Christmas shopping, families and wrapping paper this weekend! You won’t be disappointed!
Best British film since the Full Monty!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 41 min (101 min), 1 hr 37 min (97 min) (USA), 1 hr 40 min (100 min) (European Film Market) (Germany)
Genre Comedy, Family
Director Oliver Parker, Barnaby Thompson
Writer Piers Ashworth (screenplay), Jamie Minoprio (additional material), Nick Moorcroft (screenplay), Ronald Searle (cartoons), Jonathan M. Stern (additional material)
Actors Talulah Riley, Rupert Everett, Jodie Whittaker, Gemma Arterton
Awards 5 nominations.
Production Company Fragile Films, Ealing Studios
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arricam LT, Cooke S4 Lenses, Arricam ST, Cooke S4 Lenses
Film Length 2,776 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Super 35 (3-perf)
Printed Film Format 35 mm