Sherlock: "The Blind Banker" Review Episode 2

The BBC's big-budget, modern-day take on Sherlock Holmes kicked off in impressive fashion last week, packing an origin story and a murder-mystery into the show's 90-minute run-time.

Having set the scene in such economical fashion however, the series has fallen at the first hurdle, with episode two a lacklustre effort that fails to do justice to that smart and sophisticated start.

Which is a shame as it certainly kicks off in the right manner; writer Stephen Thompson and director Euros Lyn dispensing with recap or back-story and instead plunging the viewer head-first into case number two, "The Blind Banker."

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