St Trinian's 2 - The Legend Of Fritton's Gold [DVD]
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Sequel to the 2007 film based on the 1950s/60s comedies set in a girls' boarding school. This time around, the mischief-making girls of St Trinian's are on the hunt for buried treasure after discovering that their headmistress Miss Fritton (Rupert Everett) is the descendant of a famous pirate. The film co-stars Gemma Arterton, Colin Firth, Jodie Whittaker, David Tennant, Tamsin Egerton and Russell Brand, among others.
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The snobby criticism, not the film. Actually, St Trinians 2 is perfectly faithful to the spirit of the original St Trinians films. Those films were not masterpieces, they were typical examples of British humour, with silly plots and characters the public could relate to.
ST2 has a good script, it's funny, sassy and is basically a school pantomime on film. It is not crude or vulgar and I felt quite comfortable watching it with a 9 year old. I quite admire that the filmakers don't set out to oversexualize the girls. One of the themes of the film, in fact, is feminism and Ms Fritton's speech to the sisterhood before going into battle is a highlight. There was also a shocking revelation about Shakespeare, which has totally changed my view of the plays.
On the subject of Ms Fritton, Alastair Sim is often described as an acting genius, which he was, but Rupert Everett is surely as skilled and as lovable a comic actor. If I were a producer I'd be finding vehicles for this brilliant man. David Tennant and Colin Firth do good too.
The actors playing the St Trinian girls get the best bits, though, and have the most fun, dressing up as chavs (sorry, rude girls), geeks, emos and princesses. They do it well, they do it with style. Each tribe held its own, loyalty to the school and to the sisterhood coming first.
Great dialogue, daft plot, colourful costumes and popular music - pure panto. Makes ya proud to be British.
Included are: Meet the Tribes Feature
Meet the Banned Featurette
We've Got the Beat Music Video
Up & Away Music video
Learn the St Trinian's dance!
LOADS of Interviews
Get this DVD- my niece can't wait to get hers!
This film obviously wouldnt win any awards, but who cares because it is not supposed to be taken seriously. There are some fab british actors in it, including Colin Firth, Rupert Everett and David Tennant, and you can see they are having fun playing the eccentric characters.
This film probably would appeal mostly to girls aged 8 to 15 but I'm in my early twenties and I liked it! It is quite funny at times and has a great soundtrack!
The sequel has a quite straightforward plot unlike many sequels, and the girls do plenty of odd things. The dance scene at the end is brilliant. The girls all exhibit talent and Sarah Harding exhibits restraint as she's already established as a singer and so lets the other girls cover that angle. If anything, I prefer St Trinians' pupils to many of my past classmates!
David Tennant plays quite an individual role, devious and emotive, and handsome as always. If there's another St trinians, I'll be happy to watch it, and will be getting this dvd when it comes out too!
I don't usually like remakes, and having grown up with the original black and white films wasn't sure whether I'd like this series, but it is brilliant!
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Came today I played it and sounded awesome. I particularly brought it for a specific song called bad to the bone. Which I am using for my song list for my funeral. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer