St Trinians 2: The Legend Of Fritton's Gold
Time Out says
But all this plot stuff is pretty irrelevant in a ‘St Trinian’s’ movie: it’s about escapism for young girls, and in the tradition of teen movies, there’s an idol for each tribe: Emos, Rude Girls, Posh Totties, Geeks and ‘Ecos’ (the Noughties answer to Crusties). Lazy pop culture references abound, including several out-dated Amy Winehouse gags. There’s also a token schoolgirl role for 28-year-old Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding, who rocks up looking like the babysitter. Every time she chimes in an octave lower, you think she’s going to get rumbled. Alongside painful stereotypes are the usual exceptions: Rupert Everett as kindly, eccentric headmistress Camilla Fritton and Colin Firth as her former lover Geoffrey. Everett is a particular delight, adding nuance to broad one-liners and sympathetic touches to his character. In short, it’s business as usual at St Trinian’s.
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