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This movie could have given a lot of juice but the director is incapable of giving true depth and his more emotional side never has a real impact on the viewer, ‘Mr. Holmes 'never gets the right rhythm, something in which the director does not show special interest since the staging, since it seems that the twilight tone of it is the only thing that really matters.
Correcto film y genial Sir Ian McKellen.
The story's derivative, the character of the elderly Holmes is played a bit hammy, and the ending's downright bad.
Loved it. Ian Mckellen is a great lead and a great Sherlock Holmes...Lets be honest Sir Ian couldn't be bad in anything.The is really well paced and the story is satisfying..
A sadly disturbing tale of the aging character portrayed in a long drawn out, yet predictable melodrama.
A very different Sherlock facing senility immediately after WW2, with Watson dead and unremembered failures haunting him as he attempts to piece together his last and failed case.
Watch quietly and shudder.
slow going, but interesting how they wove 3 stories into one for Mr.Holmes who's in the later stages of his life
Didn’t enjoy it .. very slow and hardly entertaining to follow
Just wonderful. Gentle, moving, original.
Perfectly pleasant BBC film, routinely directed, which mainly highlights Sir Ian's enormous nose while it meanders on about telling the truth, or not, or revealing everything you know, or not. I suspect the book it's based on was a bit better.