rupert-everett

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But you couldn’t help it, could you? Because in your heart of hearts, like Barclay and Delahay and Fowler and Menzies, you still believe, in spite of your talk of equality and fraternity, you still believe some people are better than others because of the way they make love. Now, think of that for a lifetime. Think of the names: pansy, nancy, fairy, fruit, brown-nose.

OKAY

BUT WHY IS NO ONE TALKING ABOUT ST. TRINIANS?????

IT’S A MOVIE ABOUT A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS WHO WEREN’T “NORMAL” ENOUGH TO GET INTO “NORMAL” SCHOOLS

SO THEY HAVE THIS GIRL AS THE MAIN CHARACTER

WHO WAS ALSO IN

HER CHARACTER IS ENROLLED IN ST TRINIANS BECAUSE HER FATHER, PLAYED BY THIS GUY

WHO ALSO GAVE VOICE TO THIS GUY

SO HER FATHER IS A CHEAP PIECE OF CRAP WHO DOESNT CARE ABOUT HIS DAUGHTER, SO HE LEAVES HER IN THIS SCHOOL WHERE HIS SISTER IS THE HEADMISTRESS

YUP SHE IS PLAYED BY THE SAME GUY

SO THE SCHOOL OWES BANK A LOT OF MONEY

AND THEY HAVE TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT

OR SCHOOL WILL BE SHUT DOWN AND THEY WILL BE FORCED TO GO TO NORMAL SCHOOLS

AND THIS GUY - THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION

(OH YEAH THAT’S COLIN FIRTH)

WANTS TO SHUT THIS AND EVERY OTHER SCHOOL LIKE THIS DOWN

SO BASICALLY IT IS A FREAKING AWESOME MOVIE BECAUSE OF THEIR CAST

GEMMA ARTENTON

RUSSELL BRAND

MISCHA BARTON

STEPHEN FRY

FABULOUS QUOTES

AND MANY MORE

AND

IT HAS A SEQUEL

ABOUT FREAKING SHAKESPEARE

AND GUESS WHO PLAYS THE BAD GUY

HERE, YOU HAVE TO WATCH IT NOW

*drops the mic*

St Trinian’s appreciation post

headmistress played by Rupert Everett (who is gay)

beautiful badass heroines

DOG

girl power

CHAOS

jane austen references (the dog is called Mr Darcy btw) also colin firth

sport lessons are… interesting

drunk teachers are best teachers

about 75% of them are probably gay

“you were only supposed to blow the bloody doors off”

do yourself a favor and watch st trinian’s

and like 99,9% of the characters are british so if u like our accent then there u go

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Cate Blanchett Choice Awards > > > >  Best “Early” Movie Cate was in [third place]
An Ideal Husband

“Sir Robert Chiltern is a successful Government minister, well-off and with a loving wife. All this is threatened when Mrs Cheveley appears in London with damning evidence of a past misdeed. Sir Robert turns for help to his friend Lord Goring, an apparently idle philanderer and the despair of his father. Goring knows the lady of old, and, for him, takes the whole thing pretty seriously.” - Jeremy Perkins