St Trinians (12A)

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St Trinians
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Reviewer Anonymous
Absolutely brilliant,watched it again the next day for repeat laughs.
WOnderful Everett,such a pity he's gay! Couldn't believe my eyes,
the Camilla B-P mimicry had me gaping with wonder.
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St Trinians is a funny teenage film with the age group of 12a, as it includes mild humorous bullying and young naughty school girls drinking alchohol.

Also this brilliant film stars rupert everet, colin firth, russel brand, jodie whittaker, steven fry, lena headey, toby jones and girls aloud.

The directors are olivia parker, barnaby and thompson.

My opinion is that it is an enjoyable film which is based on trying to get money to keep the school running.
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Reviewer ledandrew
I love the movie, I think it was the best of all, I hope to see the young ladies playing the roles again, I guest I am old hat with the theme, I miss the old word's, I did like the new one with girls aloud, I be tell everyone about the movie since I didn't see it in canada movie houses, can't wait to have my feet blown away with the next one
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Reviewer Anonymous
I think young girls will like this but not so much adults as it's good on its own but doesn't really compare to the original film
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