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Sherlock Holmes is investigating terrorist attacks in London alone since his old partner Dr. John Watson will get married a few days later with Mary. His investigations point to Professor James Moriarty as the person responsible for the explosions. When Dr. Watson and Mary are attacked in the train while traveling for their honeymoon in Brighton, Holmes delivers Mary to the protection of his brother Mycroft. Soon Holmes and Dr. Watson disclose that Professor Moriarty has bought arms and ammunition factories and is trying to start a war in Europe killing political leaders and politicians. Now Sherlock and Watson have to stop Moriarty and his dangerous associate, the skilled former Colonel Sebastian Moran to avoid the imminent war.
With Dr. John Watson about to marry and end their partnership, a disconsolate Sherlock Holmes occupies his time investigating the schemes of his archenemy, Professor James Moriarty. However, when Moriarty warns that he considers the Watsons a legitimate target for his retaliation against the detective, Holmes must save them and get John involved in one last case. To do so, they join the Roma lady Madam Simza Heron's quest to find her missing brother, Renee, who may be the key to defeating Moriarty. Together, the trio find themselves involved in a dangerous international conspiracy led by the Napoleon of Crime in which the fate of all of Europe hangs in the balance.
The sequel, like 2009's original, is average at best. Michele and Kieran Mulroney, best known for writing and directing the bizarre movie Paper Man in 2009, find a way to produce a screenplay that makes the literary legend of Sherlock Holmes boring. Heavy descriptive dialogue scenes make every conversation feel very forced, and makes you pray for the next action sequence to hurry up and come.<br/><br/>Unfortunately, even the action couldn't save the movie from drifting off into snooze-ville. Guy Ritchie's directing style worked well in his past films Snatch and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, but comes across as very jarring here. His endless quick cuts and slow-mo action shots stripped the film of any excitement and give it an endless snail pace.<br/><br/>Downey Jr. and Law deliver a few laughs together, and their chemistry attempts to give this movie some semblance of entertainment value, but in the end the it has too many strikes against it for them to overcome. This movie does a disservice to the legend of Sherlock Holmes, and made me wish I would have just stayed home and read about one of his adventures in a book instead.<br/><br/>For more quick reviews check out
Having enjoyed the original, I was worried that the cast and crew would fail to maintain the quality and disappoint with the sequel, but I was really impressed by the stunning visuals, witty jokes, intelligent plot twists, and especially the brilliant performance of Mycroft from Stephen Fry. To summarise, this movie was, not only better than the original, but excelled most films by all standards, making it the, or at least on of the, best films of the year so far. Downey Jr and Law have given a spark of life into characters that haven't been portrayed in literature or media as greatly as this since Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's original stories. The plot twist right before the credits reminded me of cinema that inspired so many other amazing films. I recommend the viewing of this motion picture to anybody.
Shadows still functions as a study in superior sequel-itude, building a fine showcase for a reimagined character and the compelling, twitchy dynamo playing him. Should Ritchie ever learn to be elementary instead of epileptically overwrought, he may one day do proper justice to both.
While Dr John Watson (<a href="/name/nm0000179/">Jude Law</a>) makes plans for his upcoming wedding, eccentric detective Sherlock Holmes (<a href="/name/nm0000375/">Robert Downey Jr.</a>) has been keeping busy investigating a series of presumed terrorist attacks, bombings, and assassinations all over Europe. Holmes has somehow connected these to his nemesis, Professor James Moriarity (<a href="/name/nm0364813/">Jared Harris</a>), who warns him to cease with his investigations or he will consider the newlyweds fair game. Consequently, Holmes arranges to be on the same train to Brighton on which Watson and his bride Mary (<a href="/name/nm0717709/">Kelly Reilly</a>) are honeymooning. True to his word, Moriarity launches an attack on the lovebirds, and Holmes is forced to toss Mary from the train to the protection of his older brother Mycroft (<a href="/name/nm0000410/">Stephen Fry</a>). Holmes and Watson then go to Paris to find Madame Simka Heron (<a href="/name/nm0636426/">Noomi Rapace</a>), a gypsy whose brother Rene may be involved in helping Moriarty to instigate a world war. And so the game begins. Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows is a standalone sequel to <a href="/title/tt0988045/">Sherlock Holmes (2009)</a> (2009). The character of Sherlock Holmes was created in 1887 by Scottish writer/physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) in the novel A Study in Scarlet and went on to appear in three more novels and 56 short stories. However, A Game of Shadows is not based on any of Doyle's books/stories but on a screenplay by American screenwriters Kieran and Michele Mulroney. <a href="/title/tt2094116/">Sherlock Holmes 3 (2020)</a> has been announced but no release date has been set. Professor James Moriarty is a criminal mastermind, described by Holmes as the "Napoleon of Crime". Doyle lifted the phrase from a real Scotland Yard inspector who was referring to Adam Worth (1844-1902), a thief whose criminal career spanned over two decades. Other real world models for Moriarty were Basil Zaharoff (1849-1936), a Greek arms dealer whose unscrupulous business practices earned him the nickname "the Merchant of Death", and Simon Newcomb (1835-1909) a renowned mathemetician who tried to ruin the reputations of rival scientists. By combining Worth's criminal savvy, Newcomb's mathematical genius, and Zaharoff's Machiavellian ruthlessness, Doyle created what is widely considered to be the first true example of a supervillain. Because he is depicted as Holmes' greatest enemy, Moriarty is considered to be the primary antagonist of the entire series, despite only making one physical appearance, in the story "The Final Problem" (he is mentioned reminiscently in five other stories set after the events of "The Final Problem", and operates behind-the-scenes in "The Valley of Fear" which was published after "The Final Problem" but set before it). Other writers used him more frequently, cementing his reputation as Holmes' archenemy. The film's depiction of Moriarty physically resembles Worth, but overall bears the strongest similarities to Zaharoff, as he is attempting to provoke a war using advanced weaponry that he has developed. Zaharoff was privy to the latest developments in weapon technology (including the Maxim Gun which provided the real world inspiration for the film's "Little Hansel"), and during the Second Boer War, the Russo-Japanese War, and the Great War, he sold weapons to both sides in order to exacerbate the conflict and maximize profits. Mycroft Holmes is Sherlock Holmes' elder brother (by seven years). Possessing deductive powers exceeding even those of his younger brother, Mycroft is nonetheless incapable of performing detective work similar to that of Sherlock since he is unwilling to put in the physical effort necessary to bring cases to their conclusions. Nonetheless, if given all the facts and by the use of his superior deductive powers, he is able deduce the solution to any problem or case from the comfort of an armchair. This has led the British and other European governments as well as royalty to frequently consult Mycroft's analytical mind on a number of key political decisions and strategies. After the soldiers fire "Little Hansel" (an artillery cannon that apparently fires individual shots that can rip apart trees), Holmes, Watson, and Simza are knocked to the ground by the shock wave of the blast. Holmes and Watson get up seeing the soldiers approaching. Though a little confusing or even jarring because the fight happens in a matter of seconds, what is seen plays out as follows. (1) Watson grabs one soldier's rifle and twists it, throwing its owner over. (2) Holmes trades punches with another soldier using his good hand. (3) Simza knocks aside another soldier. (4) a fourth soldier swings his rifle at Holmes, who kicks him in the chest. (5) A soldier brains Simza with the butt of his rifle, knocking her down, and as he aims his rifle, Watson shoots and kills him with a pistol. (6) Holmes knocks out another soldier as another cannonball hits nearby, forcing him to grab onto a nearby tree. (7) Another soldier advances on Holmes, who successfully dodges a shot fired at point-blank range (missing and hitting the tree instead). Holmes grabs the soldier's rifle, ejects the round, and knocks him out; then chambers a new round in a matter of seconds, passes the rifle to Watson, who shoots and wounds Moran as Moran crests a rise. (8) As the party escapes on the train, Moran comes to his senses, steadies his breathing, aims his rifle, and picks off the unlucky gypsy bringing up the back of the escapees. Watson walks out on the terrace just in time to see both Holmes and Moriarity go over the railing together and tumble into the icy waters of Reichenbach Falls. Following Holmes' funeral, John and Mary prepare to leave on their belated honeymoon, and Watson finishes writing the story of his last case with Holmes. He types, "The End", just as Mary brings in a parcel delivered in the post. Opening it, Watson finds Mycroft's breathing apparatus and begins to question its meaning. In the final scene, as John runs after Mary to find the delivery man, Holmes reveals himself as cleverly concealed on a lounge chair. He sits at Watson's typewriter and adds a question mark after "The End". Early in the film, Mycroft mentions, in a quiet tone, something along the lines of "hoping this business gets done before the peace summit up in Reichenbach," more than likely so as to be subtle enough that people familiar with Sherlock Holmes' novels would catch it. When Conan Doyle grew tired of writing about Sherlock, he had him fall, with Professor Moriarty, at Reichenbach. In this film, the party is going to Reichenbach, and the two fall once more. Public demand for more stories forced the good doctor to write (as Dr. Watson) again, explaining how Holmes had not died but returned to life. In "The Adventure of the Empty House", the Conan Doyle story where Holmes returns "from the dead" (after three years away without telling Watson where he was), Holmes explains that he actually did not go over the falls with Moriarty—he pushed Moriarty over but did not fall himself. Instead, he clung to a ledge while someone (revealed to be Col. Sebastian Moran) heaved rocks at him, and then he escaped—whereupon he goes on his famous travels to Asia, France, etc. The movie alters this story, as clearly both Holmes and Moriarty go off the balcony and fall down the frightening Reichenbach falls.
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