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The film's soundtrack was created by Hans Zimmer. Along with established compositions by Johann Strauss II, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ennio Morricone, and Franz Schubert, Zimmer included elements of traditional Romani music. Zimmer flew to France, Italy, and Slovakia with filmmaker Guy Ritchie and many of Zimmer's musicians to do field research and to "listen to as many artists as possible." Zimmer was so taken aback that he arranged for 13 of the local musicians to visit him in Vienna for a recording session, bringing their own violins and accordions. Zimmer used this Romani melody into the film's soundtrack. It was rumored that a part of the soundtrack's revenues will be donated to underprivileged Romani communities to assist pay for basic requirements like water and heat. [17] [18] [edit]

Whichever way you look at it, this film is a lot of fun. From the opening titles until the conclusion, I adored it. What difference does it make if the acting is a little over the top? What difference does it make if there are probably too many explosions, gunshots, and bombs? The outcome is a wonderfully enjoyable two hours at the movies, complete with popcorn and Pearl and Dean advertisements. Moriarty is adequately spooky and done with restraint, whereas Holmes is utterly out there, but I have no issues as long as it's Robert Downey Jr. The plot continues to go forward, and the action is fantastic. The plot is partially based on the last book in Conan Doyle's first series of Holmes novels, which concludes at Switzerland's famed Reisenbach Falls. Additionally, it paints an excellent picture of the early twentieth century, on the cusp of the first global war. If you're looking for a fantastic tale with beautiful visuals and costume, you'll appreciate this; if you're expecting for Sherlock (wonderfully referred to as Shirley by Mycroft), you may be disappointed.

This time, Dr. Watson takes a more proactive role. "A Game of Shadows" begins with him reminiscing about these occurrences on a typewriter that is much too contemporary for 1895 but may imply he is writing years later. Not only is he a confidant and recorder, but he is also a hero, having been engaged in battles and shootouts. His wife must be relieved that Holmes unexpectedly cut her out of the majority of the action. Mycroft, Holmes' brother, proves to be well-placed in the heart of European diplomacy; Stephen Fry has a lot of fun in the character, particularly in naked scenes in which he conceals his netherlands using artistically positioned foregrounds in the "Austin Powers" manner. There are two important female characters. Irene Adler (Rachel McAdams) returns as the intriguing person at the center of much romantic conjecture about Holmes. And for the first time, we meet Madame Simza Heron, a gypsy fate teller portrayed by Noomi Rapace, the original "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo." She does her responsibilities as Madam Heron well, yet displays how very beautifully created the Dragon Lady was. By contrast, Heron is little.

Noomi Rapace, Paul Anderson, Rachel McAdams, Robert Downey Jr.

With Dr. John Watson preparing to marry, a bereft Sherlock Holmes spends his time studying the plots of his archenemy, Professor James Moriarty. When Moriarty notifies Holmes that he considers the Watsons a viable target for his retribution against the detective, Holmes must intervene to rescue them and enlist John in one more case. To do this, they join Madam Simza Heron's search for her lost brother, Renee, who may hold the secret to defeating Moriarty. Together, the group becomes embroiled in a perilous multinational scheme orchestrated by the Napoleon of Crime, in which the destiny of all of Europe is at stake. âKenneth Chisholm âKenneth Chisholm âKenneth Chisholm ([email protected])

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