Monday, 30 July 2012

St Trinian's (2007)

Director: Oliver Parker & Barnby Thompson

Writer: Piers Ashworth & Ronald Searle

Starring: Talulah Riley, Rupert Everett & Gemma Arterton

Story: Annabelle Fritton (Riley) is dumped in the school of mishaps and mischief by her father. Making the obvious new girl impression and feeling out of place she rightly wants to leave. However she stays and it is a choice she will eventually be happy with.

The school is going bankrupt and Annabelle's aunt,  Headmistress Camilla Fritton (Everett) is facing having to close the school down. But the girls lead by Head girl Kelly Jones (Arterton) hatch a plan to steal a painting and sell it to Annabelle's father. This saving the school, but can they pull off their most daring and mischievous plan to date.

Verdict: A wonderfully funny and drama filled showing. You will be on the edge of your seat with the comedic mishaps and dizziness along with the suspense as the girls take to their mission.

Story: 8/10

Favourite Character: Annabelle

Poor Performance: Russell Brand

Favourite Quote: ‘Daddy you can't expect me to stay here. It's like Hogwarts for pikeys’

Trivia: The character of Camilla Fritton is a parody of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

My rating 8.5/10


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