The Wildcats of St. Trinian's

The Wildcats of St. Trinian's

The girls of St. Trinian's decide they are being asked to do too much work so they go on strike.

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Barbara L (br) wrote: Put another dime in the jukebox baby!

Jeremy C (de) wrote: I didn't really like this movie. It was very corny.GRADE:C

Rohit M (gb) wrote: Havent seen many hindi war movies. but most of them are surprisingly bad movies. Not this one. OK. its not exactly a war movie. but thats the point. Strong story and perfect execution makes this one a treat to watch. this is probably Hritik's only movie that i liked. Farhan sure knows what all goes in making a great movie.

Dantoshou M (de) wrote: lol its looking a bit hendrix...

Rod G (jp) wrote: Para ser una pelcula de perros de los 90's "Fluke" no es lo que aparenta, pues su carga emocional y su propio soundtrack hace romper en llanto a todos los que la ven conmovindolos y hasta sintiendo una fuerte depresin sobre la vida de las personas y los animales en la ciudad.

Harry W (br) wrote: Boasting an Academy Award nominated performance from Stockard Channing and a critically acclaimed perfroamnce from a young Will Smith, Six Degrees of Separation sounded like a captivating drama film.Six Degrees of Separation consistently makes itself obvious as being adapted from a stage play. Within the limited quantity of settings that the film occurs in, the focus is so heavily on characters and script that it does not hide itself beneath style. Yet it cleverly finds a way to capitalise on the text format by editing the narrative to be non-linear. Although it may take time to adjust to, after a while the structure of the story becomes intriguing. The characters piece together the story in their own accounts and we are provided an insight of how they are all linked, and this is captured by cutting between the contemporary narrative and flashback scenes from all kinds of different perspectives. There is little else to elevate the film beyond its theatrical style as a film adaptation, but all in all the structured editing of Six Degrees of Separation proves enough because it speeds up the pace of the film and ensures that it doesn't beat around the bush, This is surprising considering that the film is based on a play. But what is not surprising is that Fred Schepisi puts in such a fine dedication to detail and focus to the screenplay by John Guare, allowing it to profrewssively develop the drama and the characters naturally.Despite the dramatic nature of the subject matter, Six Degrees of Separation is not a film which drones on. In actual fact, it maintains a very light mood about it thanks to a touch of comedic charm within the script. This, combined with the pace of the film ensures that the feature is interesting and appropriately captivating without hitting viewers over the head with its themes but rather letting them embrace it through a gentle realization of what the film is trying to say. The atmosphere is what draws the viewers in and the strong dialogue in the screenplay is what reall keeps things going because there are many brilliant topics of discussion within Six Degrees of Separation, and it works to keep viewers intriguied in a story which does not always keep moving. The characters draw viewers in and set up cast members wiht a lot of potential to work with, and as a result the performances are ultimately the most captivating points of Six Degrees of Separation.Will Smith steals the screen. With Will Smith maintaining such a legacy for his ghetto character archetype originally created on the sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air where he is iconic for his banter with the contrasting character Alfonso Ribeiro's character Carlton Banks who is the iconic suit of the show, seeing him take on not just that exact kind of character but one who is very heavily dramatic is such a change of pace that it is unforgettable. But as well as that, Will Smith is no longer the hero of the story but the villain of it. Will Smith has never played a character as against type as Paul, and seeing him take on such a character-oriented cramatic role which demands heavy focus on character without visual effects and stunts to surround him is refreshing. But as well as that, the level of sophistication that Will Smith captures is just brilliant. Six Degrees of Separation features the first truly great dramatic performance from Will Smith, and he steals the screen the so consistently with his instinctive ability to conjur up a sophisticated charm and sense of wit. Will Smith's dramatic brilliance in Six Degrees of Separation is absolutely essential viewing, and considering how far he has come in the decades since it is brilliant to go back to his earliest cinematic skills.Stockard Channing doesn't necessarily have sufficient screen time to create a performance worthy of an Academy Award nomination, nor does she have a character that really stands out all that much from the crowd for most of the film. Nevertheless, she delivers a powerful effort. Her most notable scenes come from towards the end of the film where she shares an intense chemistry with Will Smith and her character goes through a sense of development in understanding who Paul is as a person. Her development is impressive and the way that she grips the emotional state of her character is brilliant, particularly when she speaks of her experiences with Paul. Stockard Channing delivers what could be a career-best performance in Six Degrees of Separation due to the way that she puts such dedication into every detail of her character, from capturing the sophisticated nature of the woman to sense of passion she develops towards Paul as he touches her life. You can see her strip away the high class skin of her character from the start piece by piece as the story progresses, and as a result she delivers a powerful monologue when the film draws to a close which is the endeavour of her performance.Donald Sutherland is a capable foil as usual. Making an effective on-screen pair with Stockard Channing. Donald Sutherland easily captures Flan Kittredge's sophisticated nature in both its high class value and inability to see beyond the surface of things. He delivers his lines as they come to him with natural instrinct, and as a result there is no feeling of artificiality in the role. It is almost routine for him, but not in any repetitive sense because it is yet another example of his natural charm being used in a film whcih demands he really build a character. He does it just fine,Anthony Michael Hall's small supporting role is also powerful due to the intelligent articulation of words that he captures and his chemistry with Will Smith. Heather Graham also has some powerful moments.So though Six Degrees of Separation has a stroy with limited progression, the intelligent nature of the dialogue and powerful performances from Stockard Channing and especially Will Smith make it an effective theatrical adaptation of its play.

Isaac B (jp) wrote: Said what few filmmakers before or since were willing to say.

William B (jp) wrote: the genius that is Mario Bava, with this superb charismatic almost Brechtian abduction drama (and almost no budget to work with), puts the clumsy cartoonish gangster hero-worship pretensions of Scorsese and Tarantino, amongst others, to shame - a true classic

Louis D (us) wrote: Forgettable comedy. Jake Johnson is the better of the two, although it's not hard competing against one of the wayans and a small role of rob riggle. Most jokes fall flat and the script tries to have heart but cit Mrs across like it's just filling in the run time.

Alex P (fr) wrote: What if a pill could activate more of the marbles in your head? Is there anyone over 16 who doesn't understand the concept of Ying and yang? Anything earned from other than hard work has a cost must higher than readily perceived. It is exciting and dramatic with an unusual ending, just remember tht is not how it happens in real life.

Justin R (ru) wrote: Everybody go see this. A brilliantly put together collection of Spalding Gray snippets that allows him to tell his own life story with no intrusion from outside storytelling devices.

Thiago A (nl) wrote: Apesar do status de clssico, e do timo elenco recheado de grandes estrelas, o personagem irritante de Lionel Barrymore e atuao melodramtica do ator, destri as qualidades do filme.