I read the book. How's the show/movie?
What's on your mind?
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Despite The Irregulars receiving a negative reception among online audience ratings (5.4/10 on IMDB) and 49% Audience Score on Rotten Tomatoes), the show seems to be performing well among casual viewers who use Netflix being in the top 10 in many international markets and is #2 show overall on that platform along with It being ranked second on the Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended March 28 list by Rise Ratio.
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How do you feel about the performance of Henry llyold Hughes as the new sherlock?
I'm a lifelong Holmesian and particular devotee of the Brett series, have never really been involved with this group or otherwise besides personal interest, but have a very specific musical/soundtrack question someone must be able to help with; I'm actually really surprised I can't track this down in general.
Of course there is a lot of actual classical music used in the series, particularly when Holmes plays on his own; often it's just snippets, but it's definitely not all material composed by Gowers. One of the short pieces, which is recurring throughout the series (not sure which episodes or which seasons) is the Sicilenne by Maria Theresa von Paradis. I'm a trained classical musician and also a lifetime record collector, and only recently did I actually come across a recording of this extremely short piece (it lasts under 2 minutes in total), by Arthur Grumiaux, who used it as an encore. I am trying to pinpoint when in the series Holmes actually plays the piece.
Here's a link to the Grumiaux recording. As far as I know -- and I know the classical catalogue pretty well -- I don't think anyone else (of his caliber, anyway) ever recorded it. It came as a shock when I put this record on, which I just recently came across.
It was used as the "filler" menu music for the 12 CD box by MPI/Granada (going for about $100 on Amazon currently). It plays endlessly when you put and disc in and select the episode you want to watch.
Can anyone help me identify the episode? Short of binging the whole series, which I haven't done in a while, I don't see a way to find it! The various CDs on Amazon don't list it that I can see.
Please keep in mind that BBC's ’Sherlock’ is the creation of Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss. Everything else is fanfiction.
So I just finished watching part 4 and I’m a bit confused since I heard from my friends that there would be a part 5. But for me part 4 seems like a definite ending. What do you think
-Why did Irene say: "Well I am" when John says, "I'm not actually gay"?
-so did sherlock not tell the truth about how he survived the reichenbach fall to anderson? why?
We were having a public live class and one of our teachers turned on youtube live. So some of the kids went on youtube and the class was live. So a bunch of us (we don't know each other) just started chatting and I just started talking about bbc sherlock and now everybody is talking about sherlock... i managed to convince some people to watch bbc. I feel guilty but also proud as a sherlockian lmao!!
So my english assignment was to make a social media page for a book character, I did Sherlock Holmes, and some of the things I made I actually really enjoy:
Hi, i just finished bbc sherlock (emotionally draining last episode). I also really enjoy the books. I read recently Anthony Horowitz's Moriarty, so good. Any recommendations on what Sherlock Holmes tv show/film to watch next?
Is there a way to read The Whole Art of Detection (Lindsay Faye) for free online? thanks
(I think so, at least)
I'm a pretty new fan (if I can even call myself that) so sorry if I get anything wrong.
About a month back, I was disappointed to find that Sherlock's blog (https://thescienceofdeduction.co.uk/) did not exist anymore while the other characters' blog were still mostly fine. More recently, (within the past week?) it seems to have returned? There's basically no content on it anymore, and it looks quite different, but at least it's possible to connect to it.
Idk if I was the only one experiencing difficulties connecting to it though.
Also sorry if this has got anybody's hopes up for no reason / turns out to be nothing ><
A video featuring Scottish author and YouTuber Will "The Critical Drinker" Jordan as he reviews the movie Enola Holmes - a film about Sherlock and Mycroft's 16 year old sister (played by Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown) as she goes on a journey to try and uncover the mystery regarding the disappearance of their mother.
I thought I'd post it here to see what you guys think of his review of the film, although due to Will having a slurry Scottish accent, I'd recommend you set the video speed to 1.25x as it otherwise might grate on your nerves.
Hope you enjoy the video. As a final note, I nearly spat out my drink when I heard how many adaptations Sherlock Holmes has had - hats off to the character for that Guinness World Record.
Do you think you could delete any posts or replies ive made on here? (including this message) thank you!
So I drew a picture of BBC’s Sherlock. It’s not the greatest...