Great sequel, ups the pace and in the first half lays the action on thick.
Holmes is a Saville Row Seagal whooping ass with a variety of styles that somehow seem plausible in Victorian London. Watson's foil is dependable and suitably weary and Harris is great as the wily arch villian Moriarty.
A special mention must be made regarding the crafting of this film, it is simply fantastic. Looks gorgeous, soundtrack is sweet and the editing is some of the…
I often think that films are like letters. You can receive a letter in many different ways. It can come wrapped in pretty paper with a bow tied around it. It can come in a envelope marked for your attention only. It can arrive in a joyous moment of celebration or it can arrive in a time of sadness.
This film is the equivalent of receiving a jiffy bag with a hastily scrawled address on it. It piques the interest…