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Tuesday, 19 May 2009

Sherlock Holmes - Trailer for Guy Ritchie's new film

Finally we get to see Robery Downey Jr in action as Sherlock Holmes and Jude Law as Watson. I'm not going to say anything else about it. I'll let you watch it and make your own mind up.

Leave your thoughts in the comments.

Source: First Showing

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Robo-DJ said...

Looks fun. Not Holmes as we know it though, but think I will watch it on the flicks

Pat said...

haha i liked it, though it reminds me a lot of the disaster tht was the league of ext. gentlemen from a few years back (in terms of editing, color-scheme, mise-en-schene, cinematography etc).

still enjoyed the trailer quite a bit. very nice sets+ the actors seem to do well, robert downey jr and jude law contemplate each other well. only the slow-mo fight scenes looked a bit out of place and awkward.

pamela fruendt said...

trailer has a slight pirate tinge in terms of wit and editing, but it hits all the right marks. should be quite enjoyable on the big screen unless something drastically changes.