Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)

PG-13   |    |  Adventure, Fantasy, Mystery


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When assorted people start having inexplicable delusions that lead to their deaths, a teenage Sherlock Holmes decides to investigate.

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  • Anthony Higgins and Nicholas Rowe in Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)
  • Sophie Ward and Alan Cox in Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)
  • Nicholas Rowe in Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)
  • Sophie Ward in Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)
  • Sophie Ward and Nicholas Rowe in Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)
  • Alan Cox and Nicholas Rowe in Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)

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6 January 2007 | kittiwake-1
8
| great for teens
My son turned 12 in August. We purchased this movie at a drugstore while on vacation because I remembered watching it a loving it when I was younger. My son has a love of mysteries and "spies", so I thought that this would be a good movie for him to enjoy. He watched it twice the first day and has seen it several times over the last couple of weeks. It really appeals to younger mystery fans, even though it is rated PG-13, for violence. I would recommend any parent see this movie before they let their kids see it. Some of the violence is hallucinatory, and therefore quite "scary". I think the way it begins Holmes's and Watson's friendship is fun and creative. I think the script and characterizations are well done (especially in light of more current movies, which are just to draw viewers to the theater and have no substance.) The casting was inspired, and I don't see how they could have improved upon it. The cinematography was great and the special effects very good for the time of this movie. Some people might find Holmes's character a bit smug, but that is accurate to the stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I recommend this movie to mystery fans, fans of Sherlock Holmes (but NOT "perfectionist" fans), and anyone who enjoys a young fellow showing up his elders.

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