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Jul 19, '10, 9:27 AM
Topless Robot - Sherlock (No @#$%) (http://www.toplessrobot.com/2010/07/sherlock_no.php)
They had me at hello.
Jul 20, '10, 10:37 AM
Jekyll was fantastic. Big Sherlock fan here. I'm on board this one.
The last time someone tried a contemporary Sherlock Holmes film that worked surprisingly well was The Zero Effect (if you buy Ben Stiller as Watson).
Jul 20, '10, 10:43 AM
Yeah, Jeckyll was one of my favourite series of the past couple of years.
I've never seen Zero Effect but have wanted to, I can buy Ben Stiller in a serious role easier than a comedic one sometimes.
Jul 20, '10, 1:11 PM
When will Sherlock be airing?
For me, Ben Stiller always works best when he's playing it straight/deadpan rather than the kind of cinematic mugging he does in Zoolander and Dodge Ball.
Trailer for Zero Effect...
They essentially loosely adapted A Scandal in Bohemia. A surprisingly assured directorial debut by Lawrence Kasden's son, Jake Kasden.
Aug 12, '10, 8:42 AM
Watched the pilot last night and I can't get over how well done this is. There is very little updating here, technology is added and everyone assumes Holmes and Watson are a couple but otherwise it really retains the same flavour.
Aug 12, '10, 12:32 PM
All 3 have been screened now in the UK and a second series of films has been given the go ahead after they proved very succesful. The general feeling was that the second one was the weakest of the three but i enjoyed them all.
Apparently we will see this in the US in October on PBS.
Aug 21, '10, 3:24 PM
Finally got around to seeing the first one.
I really enjoyed it quite a bit. Although I couldn't help thinking "Princess Bride".
Aug 22, '10, 1:37 PM
Watching all three episodes, I couldn't help thinking the guy who played Sherlock would make a great Doctor Who.
Aug 22, '10, 2:27 PM
I'm definitely gonna watch.
Aug 22, '10, 4:48 PM
Loved Jekyll, looking forward to this one as well. I can live with an updated version as long as they stay true to the original characters
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