I quite enjoyed this follow up to the first St Trinians remake from a couple of years back. Although I know the original versions quite well, having being a fan since the 1950s, I would rather not compare them since I prefer to view these modern versions and accept them on merit.
I particularly liked this Blu-Ray version because picture quality and sound are both outstanding. And to make it even better, there are numerous extras which will keep fans happy for a few hours or so with interviews galore with the directors, and the major stars of the film such as Tallulah Riley, Sarah Harding, Jodie Whittaker, David Tennant, Colin Firth, and of course, Rupert Everett who is nothing like the character he plays.
The storyline, basic as it is, involves the horrors of St Trinians on a treasure hunt, with David Tennant trying to get there first. There are many laughs on the way with some decent set pieces, one being filmed in what looked like Waterloo Station.
Overall, it is a feel good movie which the family can enjoy together. Do not expect a classic though, just a heart warming, enjoyable movie which looks great on Blu-Ray.