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Más que un relato detectivesco (la trama "policial" es lo menos convincente e interesante de la película) se trata de una entretenidísima comedia en la que Sherlock Holmes y John Watson son algo así como Starsky y Hutch en el Londres victoriano.
Guy Ritchie's film arrives with the bristling, cocksure, indefatigable force of a movie preordained as a franchise-in-waiting. This is pop Hollywood filmmaking, but not something anyone should feel the need to think about, or see more than once.
Despite a few laggard moments of slow going, Ritchie has pulled off an entertaining coup in giving us a Holmes for the 21st century by digging back to the 19th century original and adding a few bells and whistles.
With his reckless attitude, Downey Jr may not be the refined Sherlock Holmes of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's conjuring, but this feisty reimagining is strikingly impressive and cements Downey's standing as one of the best actors in Hollywood.
Já era hora do ocupante da Baker Street 221B voltar a dar as caras nas telonas a fim de ser apresentado a uma nova geração -- algo que o cineasta Guy Ritchie faz de maneira divertida e relativamente eficiente.