The Victorian boys are back in town. Sherlock and Watson are back and this time they are wrapped up in a deadly game of shadows, as the threat of Professor Moriarty looms in the background. The first film, from 2009, turned out to be a lot of fun, given the new take on the character [...]
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It still holds true, after my Blu-ray viewing last night, that I generally like movies more the second time around. So why would last night’s viewing of Sherlock Holmes on Blu-ray be any different? I’m not going to lie and say that I fell head over heels in love with the film concurrently with my [...]
Rumor has it that a BD-Live Community Screening of Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes is going to take place on April 1, 2010 at 9:00PM EST (6:00 PM Pacific). But wait! That’s not even the good part. On hand to host the BD-Live event will be none other than the man himself…Robert Downey Jr. The first [...]
Even if I used terms such as clever, bright, ingenious, adept, cunning, discerning, quick-witted, resourceful, shrewd, versatile and keen, I could never come close to describing the attributes of the fictional character Sherlock Holmes. And to think, I once thought the television character MacGyver was the most brilliant and quick thinking man I ever known.
Disappointment is a feeling no one enjoys, especially when it comes to a movie with a good deal of positive buzz surrounding it. So, when it comes to Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes, a film boasting a great cast and director, it is even more of a let down. Not to be mistaken, Holmes is an [...]