TheMovies Reviews Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes was a movie that should not have worked. A director made famous by English ensemble cast gangster movies, coupled with Robert Downey Jr – an actor that just a few years prior had been more known for his public meltdowns than his acting acumen – and Jude Law – about as painfully average a leading a man as England has ever produced – to do an adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Victorian super sleuth.

Elementary, it certainly was not.

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alycakes3927d ago

Can't say this of the best movies I saw last year...loved it...kept me just either laughing or on the edge of my seat the whole time from beginning to end.

Johnny Jiron3926d ago

Was a very fun movie to watch. Took the humor of the first and just ran like crazy with it. Same for the action. Was upped ten fold. The forest scene was insane.

stelaviz3926d ago

Directed by Guy Ritchie and produced by Joel Silver, Lionel Wigram, Susan Downey and Dan Lin, the cine will be an complete contentment to watch. http://www.fastmoviedownloa... The cine is appealing abundant an addendum of the anxiety and adventure you accomplished in the previous

alycakes3926d ago

I don't know if anyone is familiar with the Clint Eastwood western 'Two Mules For Sister Sara'.....but when they started playing the little tune they played for Shirley McLaine when she got on her burro at the time Robert Downey got on that small horse....I lost it laughing...I teared up. There were just so many aspect of that movie that were so different and funny and at the same time dramatic.