Simon Pomerleau 🎥’s review published on Letterboxd:
When i first heard Henry Cavill would portray Sherlock Homes in this, i was hooked. i hadn’t even seen the trailer and was still excited to see how it turned out. After watching the movie the other night, i can say i thoroughly enjoyed the movie despite its issues. it’s far from a perfect movie but in my book, it’s a really fun time. It has a lot of charm and wit to it and while it’s story is bit basic and cliche, it never fails to entertain.
Millie Bobbie Brown was great as Enola and i have to say this is one of her best performances and maybe my favorite to date. Cavill as Sherlock was a scene stealer for me and id love to see a series or movie with him as the lead. the movie faults with some character development and it’s a bit too tongue and cheek sometimes but overall it doesn’t have too many faults to aside from what i’ve mentioned before.
overall it’s a great family movie and a fun one time watch that’ll entertain most everyone that likes a good mystery. it has some problems but those never hold the movie back from being delightful and witty.
*sorry for the lack of reviews lately, i’ve been caught up watching The Boys and Harley Quinn and playing Shotgun Farmers
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