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May 22, 2017 9:30 pm  #21


Re: TV movie "Sherlock" (2002)

Can't resist to share this video. (Forgive me Lord for I have sinned 🙏)


Last edited by DramaQueen (May 22, 2017 9:32 pm)


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May 23, 2017 3:58 am  #22


Re: TV movie "Sherlock" (2002)

Thank you, DramaQueen, to remind me of this movie. My observations at that time referred just to series 1 to 3. After TAB and series 4 there is much more to discover. Must think about more items for your list.


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John: "Have you spoken to Mycroft, Molly, uh, anyone?"
Mrs Hudson: "They don’t matter. You do."


I BELIEVE IN SERIES 5!
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May 23, 2017 4:56 am  #23


Re: TV movie "Sherlock" (2002)

tobeornot221b wrote:

Thank you, DramaQueen, to remind me of this movie. My observations at that time referred just to series 1 to 3. After TAB and series 4 there is much more to discover. Must think about more items for your list.

You’re very welcome!
Yes, let us do it! Pretty please. 😊
 


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May 25, 2017 1:21 pm  #24


Re: TV movie "Sherlock" (2002)

Some additions to your list, DramaQueen:

1) Young and very attractive Holmes
2) Slender Mycroft
3) Difficult relationship with Mycroft
4) Flashbacks to ( traumatised ) childhood
5) Fancy fop Moriarty
6) Smart helpful Dr. Watson, who is also pathologist : no need of Molly Hooper
7) Moriarty hires an actress to play a blackmail - victim and to discredit Holmes : no need of Rich Brook
8) The woman in Holmes ' bed ( seeking protection )
9 ) Very drunk Sherlock
10 ) Very drugged Sherlock
11) Kidnapped and tortured Sherlock
12 ) Moriarty building a great cryme net
13) Each case as breaking news in newspaper
14) Watson gives Sherlock the dossier of the woman after her death.

15) Watson admiring Sherlock: "You're a great detective." Sherlock not expecting this.
16) Rifle stick
17) Sherlock and Mycroft playing their "old game": deductions
18) Client woman in black standing in front of the fireplace in 221B
19) Sherlock studying papers spreaded on the floor in 221B (instead of on the wall)


 


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John: "Have you spoken to Mycroft, Molly, uh, anyone?"
Mrs Hudson: "They don’t matter. You do."


I BELIEVE IN SERIES 5!
http://up.picr.de/25572077rl.jpg



                                                                                                                  
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May 27, 2017 1:53 pm  #25


Re: TV movie "Sherlock" (2002)

tobeornot221b wrote:

Some additions to your list, DramaQueen:

1) Young and very attractive Holmes
2) Slender Mycroft
3) Difficult relationship with Mycroft
4) Flashbacks to ( traumatised ) childhood
5) Fancy fop Moriarty
6) Smart helpful Dr. Watson, who is also pathologist : no need of Molly Hooper
7) Moriarty hires an actress to play a blackmail - victim and to discredit Holmes : no need of Rich Brook
8) The woman in Holmes ' bed ( seeking protection )
9 ) Very drunk Sherlock
10 ) Very drugged Sherlock
11) Kidnapped and tortured Sherlock
12 ) Moriarty building a great cryme net
13) Each case as breaking news in newspaper
14) Watson gives Sherlock the dossier of the woman after her death.

15) Watson admiring Sherlock: "You're a great detective." Sherlock not expecting this.
16) Rifle stick
17) Sherlock and Mycroft playing their "old game": deductions
18) Client woman in black standing in front of the fireplace in 221B
19) Sherlock studying papers spreaded on the floor in 221B (instead of on the wall)


 

Yes yes yesssss! There are lots of small delicious details! I should rewatch it soon again to find some more of them! 🔬
Anyway, I also liked the scene where Dr. Watson brought Holmes round  after his exhausting night. 🔞
 


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June 5, 2017 11:39 am  #26


Re: TV movie "Sherlock" (2002)

tobeornot221b wrote:

Some additions to your list, DramaQueen:

1) Young and very attractive Holmes
2) Slender Mycroft
3) Difficult relationship with Mycroft
4) Flashbacks to ( traumatised ) childhood
5) Fancy fop Moriarty
6) Smart helpful Dr. Watson, who is also pathologist : no need of Molly Hooper
7) Moriarty hires an actress to play a blackmail - victim and to discredit Holmes : no need of Rich Brook
8) The woman in Holmes ' bed ( seeking protection )
9 ) Very drunk Sherlock
10 ) Very drugged Sherlock
11) Kidnapped and tortured Sherlock
12 ) Moriarty building a great cryme net
13) Each case as breaking news in newspaper
14) Watson gives Sherlock the dossier of the woman after her death.

15) Watson admiring Sherlock: "You're a great detective." Sherlock not expecting this.
16) Rifle stick
17) Sherlock and Mycroft playing their "old game": deductions
18) Client woman in black standing in front of the fireplace in 221B
19) Sherlock studying papers spreaded on the floor in 221B (instead of on the wall)

 

20) What a coincidence - both of Moriartys are left handed! 😨
 


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Or those that be not, would they might seem none!

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