The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Strident, clumsy and pointless.
If there is a cinematic equivalent of a Christmas panto this season, it is surely St Trinian's 2, which is broad and ramshackle, cheap and gaudy.
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.
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.
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 sub-Carry On romp wearily coasts along on the lines of a rudimentary old-school farce rather than anything resembling wit.
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.
This jaw-droppingly hopeless sequel deserves to be packed off for a one-way exchange trip to Columbine.
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.
Cheap, ramshackle entertainment that's nevertheless imbued with affection.
The piratical-treasure story is totally hokum, but it's all peppy, whiz-bang stuff livened up no end by Talulah Riley's fetching turn as Head Girl.
Diehard fans will lap it up...but it's difficult to see it winning any new converts.
A poor sequel that doesn't have a certain charm to the first. Even sillier story line this time round, shame given the talents of some of the cast at least.
Not bad, a good laugh at all! It's really hard to rate St Trinian's 2. On the one hand, it is lively, sharp, and amusing, but on the other hand, the plot is a little disappointing.
I see the stereotypes of teenage schoolgirls are strong, which adds to the overall enjoyment of the film, and as you can expect with your typical British comedy film, there are the odd pieces of play-on-words humour which you have to be quick to catch up on.
Good to see all the cast from the first film return in this sequel.
St Trinians 2 achieves the near-impossible, by being even cruder, messier and more amateurish than the first outing.
"Some become great like lady Gaga"!
i love it as much as i loved the first one!
its funny and etertaining, its simple, light hearted movie thats just good for and easy watch!
David tennent looked fit as well as colin firth!
if you liked the first then you'll like this one!
Worth a watch!
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