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Movie Reviews: Belles Of St Trinian's + Blue Murder At St Trinian's + Chef 👎👎👎👎👎👎👎

The Belles Of St Trinian's (1955)

There is racism, sexism, out of control horrors, cross dressing and gin soaked teachers in this dated film. The hellhole school sees students brew gin, the teachers are wanted criminals who have no qualifications. Sid James, Beryl Reid and Joan Sims co star in this film that is not compelling or timeless. There are no irresistible moments. The pupils terrify others for their pleasure and get away with their endless impropriety.

Best Lines:

“Wasn't expelled when she burnt down the gymnasium.”

“Heathen rabble.”

“Apperance of improvement.”

“Forged fivers, poison pen letters.”

“Suprised to hear the girls can write.”

Blue Murder At St Trinian's (1958)

The school song debuts: trample and on the weakest, glory in their plight. Flash Harry plans sexual slavery. There is more racism. This was not good.

Chef (2014)

A food truck 'comedy' that is bad.

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