Sherlock Holmes: Never theorize before you have data. Invariably, you end up twisting facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.
When Holmes is being chased through the boatyard by the giant, he trips over the ship's mooring chain. The links are over a foot long, and should weigh 100 pounds each, yet the whole chain jiggles like it's made of Styrofoam. See more...
In the scene with the French Giant all of the French lines they speak were originally in English. Director Guy Ritchie found out that the man actually spoke French as his first language and decided on the spot to change it to add to the mystery of the film. See more...
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|Original entry||Holmes and Dr. Watson are being ferried across the Thames the first time. Watch "Watson" change his jacket. The shot is obviously computer animated. [I just watched this scene and nothing seems out of the ordinary about Watson's movements as he puts on his jacket.]|