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Updated: St Trinian's (not The Legend of Fritton's Gold) trailer online

DavidTennant.jpgI can't tell you how cringeworthy and awful this looks, well actually it's not that bad, but it is very poor. St Trinian's: The Legend of Fritton's Gold is the follow up to St. Trinian's and looks painful to watch. Note that this is actually the trailer for St Trinian's, not the sequel, still, it's bad.

Can you believe that Rupert Everett, David Tennant, Colin Firth and Gemma Arterton are in this?

It saddens me that this is the British film industry output that we're shipping throughout the world to great media attention, however it's got the stars and the backing, plus it's obviously getting an audience, isn't it?

See if you think it does deserve an audience by watching the trailer below. The story seems pretty simple, with the school under threat from closure by the government, the pupils and staff get together to try and save it. The plan? Oh that's simple, they're going after some long lost treasure from a pirate or some such rubbish.

Wouldn't you just hold some sales, media campaigns and write off for grants galore? Here's the trailer for St Trinian's: The Legend of Fritton's so you can see what you think. St Trinian's - note that this isn't actually the trailer for the new film, it's the trailer for the previous St Trinian's, my mistake!

Tell me, are you going to watch this?



isn't this the trailer for the first one not the new one in production.

i think you'll find the plot for the sequel a lot more sensible (from imdb no less)

"The girls of St. Trinians are on the hunt for buried treasure after discovering headmistress Miss Fritton is related to a famous pirate"

Well it's blocked at my work so I can't check, but I believe that it's the new one, it was certainly the one I copied out of the email I was sent this morning about the new trailer.

I will recheck when I get home.

Yeah, that's what I say the plot is about too.

It is the first one this

Yup you're both right, apologies for that, there's been a huge miscommunication in the marketing emails there and we've ended up with the wrong trailer.

Still that's two people interested in the film!!

I'd only be interested cause of David Tennant

no the St Trinian's film was sick. The whole point is that it is not realistic. There are no public schools like that so what is the point of making the plot fit a normal one.

I don't think the script writers were going for a deep message, otherwise I think having Rupert Everett playing a women might just be a little bit out of the genre.


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