amazedemon’s review published on Letterboxd:
Enola Holmes can't shake its conceptually flawed vibe as it throws in numerous plot elements, tones & stylistic trickery. Enola's moments of action & adventure are great, but the film suffers every time the Holmes connection is made or a conversation had. Ironically, Cavill delivers the better performance while Brown seems to compensate with loudness. Half-hearted 4th-wall breaks & a script steeped in manufactured misogyny and glossy-progressiveness are the weakest parts of the film.