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Devonshire’s moors are beautiful in their wild remoteness and dangerous in their mires and rocks. They encourage wild imaginations and passions. Rampaging hearts and minds make plausible the legend of “The Hound of the Baskervilles”.
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Film Review of Sherlock Holmes, A Game of Shadows: A Daunting Villain, a Newly Married Couple, Two Shady Ladies, and an Undaunted Detective in Nineteenth-century England
Audiences worldwide admire the derring-do of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s dauntless Detective Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson. Audiences experience real heartbreak at the duo’s setbacks and real joy at the duo’s successes. As with all cherished events and pivotal happenings, audiences undoubtedly will remember forever who they are with, where and when once they get to the last minutes in “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows”, director Guy Ritchie’s dramatic, quirky, savvy sequel to “Sherlock Holmes”.
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This is a my top five movies to be watching in January.