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  • Aside from the obvious addition of pyrotechnics and martial arts, Sherlock Holmes was a fun movie to watch

    • by Christopher Lawrence
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      Who knew Sherlock Holmes was a ninja? Let this movie be words of wisdom for anyone trying to pick a fight with someone of high intellectual standing. Yep, this means all you bullies out there better leave the computer nerds, college professors, and scientists alone or they might kick your butt. Aside from the obvious addition of pyrotechnics

      and martial arts, Sherlock Holmes was a fun movie to watch. If you can get around the liberties that were taken by the fast paced directing style of Guy Ritchie, you will enjoy the acting talents exhibited by the cast.

      As always, Robert Downey Jr. is an absolute pleasure to watch. The timing of his witty remarks to anything ...


      • Watson has to say is perfect. Jude Law also plays a good role, but Rob steals the show. Rachel McAdams is gorgeous as a not so distressed damsel. It turns out she can take care of herself. Apparently the ninja gene runs rampant in mid 19th century England.

        The moral of the story is that you

        should see Sherlock Holmes if you are in the mood for a fun movie. It is a cleverly done action movie. You won’t find much in the plot or dialog that will compel conversation after the movie is over, but you will have fun while watching it. Just don’t go in expecting to see something that it is not.




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