Review: Sherlock Holmes - Starpulse


For a film that focuses on black magic and the criminal element in Victorian London, “Sherlock Holmes” remains remarkably lighthearted. It’s not without conflict or darker moments, but director Guy Ritchie remarkably manages to keep things upbeat.


Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes is not the character of common adaptation from the stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; he’s a more of a maverick. In classical representations of Holmes, he’s a refined gentleman with a profound intellect and sense of logic, known best for his pipe and deerstalker hat.


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