Young Sherlock Holmes

Young Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson meet as boys in an English Boarding school. Holmes is known for his deductive ability even as a youth, amazing his classmates with his abilities. When they discover a plot to murder a series of British business men by an Egyptian cult, they move to stop it.

The movie depicts a young Sherlock Holmes and John Watson meeting and solving a mystery together at a boarding school in which assorted people start having inexplicable delusions that lead to their deaths. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Young Sherlock Holmes torrent reviews

Mandy L (es) wrote: A pure love-story with beautiful design and music.

Jake T (au) wrote: They don't make movies this funny anymore

Caitlin L (jp) wrote: Better than the original.

Ray J (kr) wrote: I thought this movie was prett interesting and very different from standard foreign movies. This is one movie that really means something and is very educational despite the pretty slow pace. The sound on the DVD wasn't there when I watched this, but it was still interesting to watch and I could follow what was going on.

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Matt D (us) wrote: Great movie about govt hospitals!

Jason D (jp) wrote: How I Got Into College is one of those few 80's sleeper comedies about a diverse group of high school students all trying to work towards their college future with most of them attempting to get into Ramsey College. The story focuses the most on lead Marlon Browne (Corey Parker) and Jessica Kailo (Lara Flynn Boyle, before she got kinda creepy) who are both working towards getting into the college, one, because she doesn't want to go to the same one her entire family went to, and the other because he wants to follow the girl of his dreams. On the other end of the plot, there's the admissions counselors of Ramsey, led by cool cat Anthony Edwards, the girl of his dreams Finn Carter (Tremors), and the late Charles Rocket in his usual jerk character role. Overall, there are a lot of lead and mini-stories going on in this film, probably too many for an 80's movie, which is why it wasn't an instant classic. The movie may seem even more so as something that's got too many things going on at once with today's standard moronic movie viewers. I did really enjoy this film. It was a decently entertaining surprise that I couldn't believe I hadn't watched sooner (since I am obsessed with 80's movies and all). Good direction from former 80's hitmaker Savage Steve Holland (Better Off Dead, One Crazy Summer) and good performances from the aforementioned group, including a surprising laundry list of cameo appearances from the likes of Brian Doyle-Murray (Bill's brother), Philip Baker Hall, Phil Hartman, Nora Dunn, Tichina Arnold (TV's Martin), Richard Jenkins (Stepbrothers), Tom Kenny (Spongebob Squarepants), and Curtis Armstrong (Booger from the Revenge of the Nerds movies).

Rhiannon B (au) wrote: Great movie have the vhs but would like to see it come out on dvd with extras

Sam B (nl) wrote: a classic that does change most aspects of the source material, and some scientific innacurasies that even when the movie was made are totally unforgivable, but it is a delightful movie I would highly recommend

Anna P (au) wrote: What this movie lost during the initial interminable golf scenes was made up a thousand times when Katharine Hepburn takes down Charles Bronson.

Gregory W (us) wrote: good cast and western

Shawna E (nl) wrote: Could've used more angelina

Sarah A (ru) wrote: it was like watching a parody of horror movies except dat dis movie was not so grt n is so much worse then vacancy and every other movie it copied.

Jack G (br) wrote: Great film to set up the spoof franchise.