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The rebellious girls at St. Trinian's are back in this sequel to the smash hit U.K. comedy from writers Piers Ashworth and Nick Moorcroft. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi
Strident, clumsy and pointless.
A film that flails about wildly in search of at least one half-decent joke. Tragically, the closest it gets is having a dog hump Colin Firth's leg.
This jaw-droppingly hopeless sequel deserves to be packed off for a one-way exchange trip to Columbine.
It's another panto for 10-year-old girls, in which any given scene could - with only the addition of canned laughter - pass for something from children's television.
This sub-Carry On romp wearily coasts along on the lines of a rudimentary old-school farce rather than anything resembling wit.
Oliver Parker and Barnaby Thompson do nothing here to destroy a winning formula which is cannily constructed to appeal to the target audience of teenage girls and nobody else.
The tone is broad, vulgar and exuberant and its hunt for lost treasure ends up inventively at the Globe Theatre. Schoolgirls and those who like ogling schoolgirls will enjoy it.
This contrived sequel is an interminable, headache-inducing time-waster that never picks up any speed, weighed down as it is by far too many characters, and far too many slow-motion shots of the girls striding towards the camera.
Cheap, ramshackle entertainment that's nevertheless imbued with affection.
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