The Sherlock Holmes I knew was a dignified person... though I read it in the childhood... but the movie shows Sherlock Holmes like a street fighter...
First James Bond became violent.... now Sherlock Holmes... Are movies changing older characters to make them more violent and show them in the new era?
In what way? I always knew that the fictional character of Sherlock Holmes used cocaine, for example.
And James Bond was always violent and slept with a lot of women.
I just wrote a review hub about the Sherlock Holmes movie. I loved it. I guess Sherlock isn't very violent in the books, just really smart. But this is a Guy Ritchie film, and he loves doing things his way. I think the fighting scenes are filmed in a funny way. The whole movie is not too serious. I guess the books are more serious. But this is a Hollywood blockbuster, and is therefore adapted to a very wide audience.
by The Minstrel 7 years ago
I would think it would be irrelevant to you. You don't believe in God.
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Which fictional character do you wish were true?
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Who absolutely loves Sherlock Holmes? If so, why?
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