It's a new year at the wildest school in the world.
St. Trinian's 2: The Legend Of Fritton's Gold sees the schoolgirls start a new term amidst the usual chaos and excitement. Rupert Everett returns as unconventional headmistress Camilla Fritton alongside Colin Firth as her old flame Geoffrey Thwaites.
A rollercoaster-style treasure hunt for the legendary Fritton's Gold ensues as they face their most fearsome establishment rivals yet, but the feisty and ever-resourceful girls of St Trinians are undeterred in their mission to outwit the villainous Pomfrey (David Tennant) and his sidekicks from the women-hating secret society known as AD1.
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St Trinians 2 - The Legend Of Frittons Gold is a more entertaining effort than the first one. Sharper humour, better writing, and the feeling that some money has been put into the budget. Neither film captures the fun and mayhem of the more innocent monochrome days, despite one very heavy slapstick scene which does fail to pay homage to those monochrome girls who are now grannies themselves! But overall, it was a better film, although I think it would be a struggle to get a third out of the series. Those of us of a certain age will remember the original terrors and will wish that creativity flourished - or maybe that is just this reviewer's age showing? But modest outlay well spent... no regrets.
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