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Sherlock - Series 2
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Sherlock Holmes and John Watson return in three of their most exciting adventures: A Scandal in Belgravia, The Hounds of Baskerville, and The Reichenbach Fall.
Becoming embroiled in the complex plans of the dangerous and desirable Irene Adler, Sherlock needs every one of his remarkable skills to survive and an invitation to the wilds of Dartmoor brings our terrified heroes face to face with the supernatural. Meanwhile, Moriarty, still out there in the shadows, is determined to bring Sherlock down – whatever the cost.
• Sherlock uncovered
• Audio commentaries
“Television has never been any better”--Caitlin Moran (The Times)
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It is a perfect series from any point of view, and the ability was to show how still great it can be even if they use smartphone and internet. Indeed, te brilliant thing is that they perfectly adapt original elements to contemporary world: so Watson's diary become a blog, Sherlock's ambiguity is not just a matter of homosexual attraction to Watson but a more complex question about him not belonging to the common people and world (which is a distinctive quality and also a damnation), and even the smartest direction ideas (like mobile texts popping up on screen, or some montage and editing cuts) are not just showing off but a way to make it appealing without betraying the true spirit of the books.
It has the merit to having launched great actors who became stars (Benedict is truly great). The blu ray is incredibly good
The series continues to be an unalloyed pleasure. The writing is wonderfully ingenious in the way it contrives both to honour Conan Doyle's invention and to give us the pleasure of surprise by constructing enthralling new plots on Sir Arthur's robust foundations. And the acting, as before, is a joy. Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman must surely be at least as good a Holmes and Watson as any of their splendid predecessors; Moriarty is played superbly, Mycroft sublimely, Mrs Hudson delightfully - there are no weak links at all. Sherlock's heartbreakingly endearing pathologist is, in her way, as perfect as a Mozart sonata.
The extras comprise commentaries and an entertaining nineteen minute behind the scenes featurette. The quality of the picture and sound are fine, if not quite the equal of the very best. But nothing should put you off buying this unmissable collection. After watching the stunning cliffhanger that concludes the final episode, I'll be spending many a happy hour wondering how on earth Mr Moffat and Mr Gatiss are going to solve the problem that they've set themselves in launching Season 3...!
I loved what the writers did with the tale of the remarkable Irene Adler, even though the switch from opera soprano to dominatrix might seem a bit much for some viewers. And although the Baskerville episode wasn't quite up to the same standard, the closing scenes of their take on 'The Final problem' was moving in the extreme.
Messrs. Cumberbatch and Freeman are perfectly cast, and play their roles brilliantly.
'Sherlock' ranks with 'Cracker', 'Ripper Street', 'Mr. Whicher', and 'Foyle's War' as the finest detective fiction ever seen on British telly.
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