Wherein we find Holmes and Watson once again traipsing around Europe, flicking cigarettes and opening some slow-motion cans of whoopass.
We all knew it was coming to this...the final problem.
The law of diminishing returns need not apply to the Holmes series.
The many faces of Sherlock Holmes: In the end, there's no substitute for the real thing.
Was Guy Ritchie's take on Sherlock Holmes any good? I don my trusty deerstalker to find out...
Is this the Sherlock Holmes that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle imagined? I feel not — it is a maudlin, Hollywoody, juvenile rant instead of a brainy mystery.
An instant classic that‘s still just as masterful as it was back in ‘98.
Guy Ritchie's take on Sherlock Holmes is fun, feeling simultaneously fresh yet respecting the source character entirely.
Guy Ritchie finally hits his stride with his first blockbuster, and Downey, Jr. hits another home run as Sherlock Holmes.
Downey Jr. is clued into the heart of the supersleuth.