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more trailers St Trinian's II: The Legend of Fritton's Gold

Plot
The girls of St. Trinians are on the hunt for buried treasure after discovering headmistress Miss Fritton is related to a famous pirate.

Release Year: 2009

Rating: 5.0/10 (2,250 voted)

Director: Oliver Parker

Stars: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, David Tennant

Storyline
The girls of St. Trinians are on the hunt for buried treasure after discovering headmistress Miss Fritton is related to a famous pirate.

Writers: Piers Ashworth, Nick Moorcroft

Cast:
Rupert Everett - Camilla / Captain Archibald / Fortnam Fritton
Colin Firth - Geoffrey Thwaites
David Tennant - Lord Pomfrey
Talulah Riley - Annabelle Fritton
Jodie Whittaker - Beverly
Juno Temple - Celia
Tamsin Egerton - Chelsea
Toby Jones - Bursar
Sarah Harding - Roxy
Zawe Ashton - Bianca
Montserrat Lombard - Zoe
Ella Smith - Lucy
Celia Imrie - Matron
Clara Paget - Bella
Gabriella Wilde - Saffy

Release Date: 18 December 2009

Filming Locations: Knebworth House, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England, UK

Opening Weekend: £1,586,832 (UK) (20 December 2009) (428 Screens)

Gross: £6,942,986 (UK) (31 January 2010)



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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The safe of AD1 includes files on or pictures of various famous women: Sylvia Plath (marked terminated), Indira Gandhi, Jacqueline Kennedy (as Jackie Onassis, terminated), Rosa Parks, Janis Joplin, Mother Teresa (terminated), Princess Margaret (terminated), Katharine Hepburn, Margaret Thatcher (neutralized) and Marilyn Monroe (terminated).

Goofs:
Continuity: Notice Miss Fritton throw a dart at Twaites picture, but in the previous scene she picks up a letter opener to throw.

Quotes:
Lucy: Hah! In your face! In your face! Face of a supermodel. Brain of a super noodle.
Chelsea: Lucy! Do you really think I look like a supermodel?



User Review

Not bad; a good laugh

Rating: 6/10

It's really hard to rate St Trinian's 2. On the one hand, it is lively, sharp, and amusing, but on the other hand, the plot is a little disappointing. The film itself borders on the 'absolutely surreal' (mind you, it's a bit ironic to claim this against St Trinian's school, eh??), which somehow, I thought, made it a bit awkward to watch.

As ever, the stereotypes of teenage schoolgirls is strong, which adds to the overall enjoyment of the film, and as you can expect with your typical British comedy film, there are the odd pieces of play-on-words humour which you have to be quick to catch up on. Also watch out for references to famous films or other popular-culture references (you'll understand what I mean when you watch it).

(And before you ask: It's generally clean humour. No toilet humour/fart jokes.)

Thus, I give this a rating of 6/10, mainly because of its overall cleverness and entertainment value. Would I recommend it? Yes I would; it's about time a comedy film had real humour in it, even if it is masked in a very bizarre plot.









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