A funny thing about Sherlock Holmes, Guy Ritchie’s completely forgettable-but-kinda-charming 2009 blockbuster: It had the most desperate set-up for a sequel ever. Seriously. The movie was over and then what felt like an eternity was spent on the evil professor Moriarty, who was shown only when surrounded by darkness and a nondescript English accent. The Read More
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