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The idea behind this work is excellent: To create a Sherlock Holmes film that occurs in the modern era. Its computer-generated imagery is simply magnificent. Sadly, all of this are tied down by a very poor derivation. This Sherlock Holmes is self-contradictory; he is a genius, and at the same time, an idiot. He makes inferences and then correct inferences from said inferences, but fails to understand the consequences of his own actions. Quite, it takes a genius to create a film about a genius. Failing that, the film relies on the stale tactic of introducing a recurring villain to compel the viewer to watch the series. Failing that too, nudity and sex appeal comes into play.


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