Rating: 7 stars
Seen 1 time
Seen on: 12/19/2011
There is a new criminal mastermind at large (Professor Moriarty) and not only is he Holmes’ intellectual equal, but his capacity for evil and lack of conscience may give him an advantage over the detective.
Rated PG-13 | Length 129 minutes
Wolf Kahler | Eddie Marsan | Robert Downey Jr. | Jude Law | Stephen Fry | Geraldine James | Jared Harris | Kelly Reilly | Clive Russell | Carsten Hayes | Rachel McAdams | Affif Ben Badra | Michael Webber | Iain Mitchell | Thierry Neuvic | William Houston | Peter Stark | Noomi Rapace | George Taylor | Victor Carril | Alexandre Carril | Mike Grady | Paul Anderson | Fredrick Ruth | Fatima Adoum | Joe Egan | Jack Laskey | Vladimir Furdik | Marcus Shakesheff | Karima McAdams | Patricia Slater | Richard Cunningham | Mark Sheals | Laurentiu Possa | James McNeill | Thorston Manderlay | Martin Nelson | Roman Jankovic | Alexander Devrient | Laurence Dobiesz | Daniel Naprous | Jonathan Christie | Lancelot Weaver | Stanley Kaye | Mark Evans | Anthony Inglis | Ian Wilson-Pope | Pamela Hay | Maitland Chandler
Giving this a marginal 7/10 because if nothing else I was mildly entertained and this is a great cast w/some good banter bromance between Law and Downey Jr. And I get to watch Noomi Rapace eating… in every scene she’s in. But as a whole film, ugh. Very clunky. During the entire viewing I kept wondering if I’d every watch this again. Still haven’t revisited the first film and not sure I want to.