The Belles of St. Trinian's

The Belles of St. Trinian's

Story of manic schoolgirls who are more interested in racing form than books as they try to get-rich-quick, aided by the head-mistress' brother, played by Alastair Sim, who also plays the head-mistress.

The film tells a story of the life of a schoolgirls where they are interested in men and mischief. One day, everything becomes chaos when Princess Fatima of Makyad arrives at their school. What will happen? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Spike V (ag) wrote: Rise Of Technovore is an OVA (in Anime lingo), the first of its kind from Marvel and Madhouse. I really enjoyed it. The superheroes were very well adapted (and an honorable mention goes to Reedus as the Punisher). The action was on par with Iron Man 3 and the story could easily be placed between The Avengers and Iron Man 3.The thing that was disturbing about it was the main villain, Zeke Stane. Unlike the superheroes, the villains of this Anime stories seem to be re-envisioned in an Asian way that makes the battle between American style superheroes and Anime style enemies feel weird and very contrasting. This is a problem all Marvel Anime series have encountered, but they have gotten better at it since the X-Men, which I enjoyed as well.Overall, it is very entertaining and action packed, the character designed is gorgeous, the dialogue is quite memorable, but the Asian narrative might be hard to overcome.

Rendan L (jp) wrote: It's story is messy and our main character is no where to found for a substantial amount of the film but it remains a very entertaining film. Grade: C+

Nick E (ru) wrote: Finally, a decent modern werewolf film. Unforgiving and graphic in places, it is a great addition to the genre

Natalie R (gb) wrote: We enjoyed the ability of a director to have intimacy in a movie. And no noise...

Brian P (us) wrote: Nothing could save this movie...not even In Jack Satin's dreams.

Amy R (it) wrote: I spent a lot of time while watching this movie trying to figure out why it wasn't as good as it should be. Michelle Pfeiffer is a great actress, Stephen Frears is a great director... the sets and costumes were divine, and the source material is delicious. But I don't know... I suppose Colette isn't Laclos, so the writing wasn't quite as sharp as in Dangerous Liaisons. A little more sentimental. And Cheri himself was sadly miscast, which created a big hole at the center of the movie. Plus there was an ill-advised voice over weighing down the whole thing. Still, it was perfectly pretty and entertaining.

Jessica H (ca) wrote: Too silly to be entertaining without the cheer.

Pascal C (ru) wrote: best true movies ever

Justin O (gb) wrote: Not as funny or touching as the first one, but still manages to be a decent comedy sequel.

Matt A (us) wrote: A very well-made and interesting story about the first electronic instrument ever invented and the man who invented it. It's fascinating to see how something that had so much promise, through the course of unlucky coincidence, faded into the background. It's engaging, and wisely short enough that it never gets the chance to become boring.

Ryan S (us) wrote: This movie is part of my childhood lol

Tony P (nl) wrote: 1970 British thriller that is based on location in the idyllic French countryside. Two young British women are on a cycling holiday through the long straight roads of France when after some petty argument they go their seperate ways.Later on one of the women Jane gets a guilty conscience and turns back in the hope of finding her friend Cathy except she can't locate her.I won't go into the details of the remainder of the film except to say some strange French locals and English ex pats bring fear and doubt into Jane about the safety of Cathy.The film achieves its goal in making it's audience constantly change their mind as to what could have happened and by whom to Cathy.Some random observations I made included the cast.Jane is played by Michele Dotrice who went onto fame later in the decade as Betty Spencer in BBC comedy Some Mothers Do 'Ave Em.The soundtrack seems to consist solely of one annoying tune played on every radio and restaurant in the film it seems.The French countryside does look good even in a film print some 45 years old.I believe there has been a later 'remake' of this film.I was satisfied with this considering its low budget English film origins.

Andrew M (us) wrote: A truly awful film. It's like watching a train wreck. The use of clips from older films as punchlines to off-color jokes and Mae West's performance are more disturbing than the rape scene or the conclusion. This movie is a must-see for those interested in watching the worst movies ever made.

Lee M (au) wrote: The charm of this film is in its low-key approach. The plot isn't milked for humor or pathos: Both emerge naturally from familiar situations.

Axel H (de) wrote: Kihachi Okamoto, revered for his many excellent Japanese gangster flicks, teams with Toshiro Mifune for a peculiar Samurai thriller that delivers the swordplpay, but is also a psychological examination of one man's angels and demons.

Alex M (ag) wrote: Carlos Battisti will leave you in tears with his raw emotional performance as the struggling lonely man Umberto. Almost impossible to believe that the man had never acted before until this.

dillon F (au) wrote: Worst Movie I have ever seen. Not a lot action.

Leah T (ru) wrote: The smurfs come to life!

Amanda S (ru) wrote: Strange movie. The storyline was difficult to follow. I did get a few good laughs at parts that weren't meant to be funny.