The Great St. Trinian's Train Robbery

The Great St. Trinian's Train Robbery

The all-girl school foil an attempt by train robbers to recover two and a half million pounds hidden in their school.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:1966
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:robbery,   train,   sequel,  

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bill f (ag) wrote: leaves you speachless. what,who,why, DUH

anders k (us) wrote: I enjoyed it as a kid.

TTT C (es) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up A solidly entertaining low-budget horror flick.

Derek B (it) wrote: Saw this as cinema release and then again recently on DVD and it held up very well the second time. There are some great moments, especially with Charlotte Rampling, but it does lose its way a bit at times, and is probably 10-15 minutes too long. It is a film that genuinely remains surprising throughout, with the deadpan voiceover narrative at the beginning and especially at the end counterpointing this very effectively. "And then life went on," says Laurent Lucas essentially. His poker face and stoicism amid all the chaos is darkly funny and Charlotte Gainsbourg shows great promise. (She is certainly very brave, judging by later performances, AntiChrist especially).

Joyce M (it) wrote: way too much sugar....

Gail A (au) wrote: Movie was OK throughout and picked up a bit toward the end.

Zachary Y (es) wrote: "Women are stupid" the movie. Andrew Dice Clay is mediocrely funny. bad.

Andres B (it) wrote: One of the sweetest movies I've ever seen. I think is a much more complete exploration of childhood than, for example, 400 blows, also from Tuffaut, because it shows different kids of different ages and from different backgrounds and different situations, and in that way it almost plays like a documentary of these kids' lives. The final speech before the summer does seem a bit slapped on with political messages, but somehow it works. Every kid character here is adorable. And you can really notice here Truffaut's respect and genuine love for children and childhood. Growing up was a big part of his main themes.Also, big props to him for having the guts to work with so many kids on set. Just Beautiful.

Indra W (fr) wrote: Cliche. Nothing original.

Melissa D (ru) wrote: I didn't want to see it until I saw James Woods does a voice. Now I just //have// to.

Buggy B (ag) wrote: Huge ensemble cast in an okay heist movie that just tries too hard. It did have its moments, like the very "Heat"-ish showdown at the end with tons of bullets and feathers a flyin in slow-motion as they shoot up the Hotel Roosevelt with sad classical music playing. I felt like I'd seen this movie about a hundred times before though (The Town, Italian Job, Oceans, Armoured, Heat) so nothing felt original and it was predictable.There were many sub stories going on amidst all the cops-chasing robbers which included some good acting (Idris Elba and his junkie sister) and some bad (Chris Brown & Matt Dillon) Its always that one, last heist that gets ya. 08.13"A Los Angeles detective (played by a too cool Matt Dillon) attempts to foil a multimillion dollar bank heist being planned by a group of criminal experts who are hoping this will be their last job."

Sonia S (gb) wrote: I haven't read the book, so had no expectations. Movie started out good, and looked promising, so couldn't understand why the low rating by the critics, but as it passed the halfway mark it became disappointing. Had the potential to be a very good movie but the bad plot holes and the unsatisfying ending ruined the movie for me. It still interested me to read the book, so will be added to my list of books I'd like to read someday.

Robert G (es) wrote: The movie had iWashington and Crowe. Nothing more then a waste of talent.

David S (gb) wrote: I don't know what's up with the reviews, I Am Wrath wasn't bad at all. John Travolta proves he's still got the action chops in this revenge thriller. The pairing of Travolta and Christopher Meloni worked nicely, saving one another on countless occasions. I enjoyed it.

Patrick W (jp) wrote: A surprisingly inoffensive movie that's only worth the price of admission for those familiar with Rooster Teeth.

Rawballs B (es) wrote: A decent fishy thriller movie.