Friday, December 25, 2009

REVIEW: Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes

Robert Downey Jr.,
Jude Law

December 25, 2009


Guy Ritchie

Warner Bros. Pictures

2 hours 14 minutes




Robert Downey Jr. has once again outdone himself as the famous detective known as Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock Holmes tells the story of Mr. Holmes and his loyal partner Dr. Watson as they try to uncover the mystery of a man known for using black magic who has come back from the dead to try to wipe out the entire population of England. Now, Holmes, Watson, and Holmes' mysterious lover Irene Adler must stop the magic man before he succeeds with his evil plan. This film is very entertaining with action, comedy, romance, and suspence as we see Sherlock and Watson's mystery unfolding with the talents of Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law. I especially give kudos to director Guy Ritchie for taking on a hard challenge of bringing the detective onto the silver screen with the help of some of the biggest names in hollywood. He could've easily made a crappy movie with good actors and a terrible story, but luckily he was very smart to actually take his time. Anyway, this was a very smart and fun movie that I will surely want to see again. I really recommend anyone 13+ going to see this film since it is indeed a very violent film with a lot of fist and blood thrown in. So, don't miss out on one of the must see movies of the holiday season, behind Avatar of course. Anyway, just go and see Sherlock Holmes if your looking for a fun and good time at the movies.



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