Which is the best Sherlock adaptation? Posted on March 18, 2023 by Anonymous Which is the best Sherlock adaptation?
Both bad. Left is slightly less bad
You're joking right?
No. Right was ridiculous and cringe. Left had a few decent episodes but was too focused on ridiculous cringe evil geniuses
Mind palace retardation beats he is so le-quirky and acts like he's on drugs because he is a genius and you won't understand
Now because of this shit we have a split between Holmes having a deep think and WOTSON I AM A CHAIR XD
game of shadows
what was the victim scratching into the floor in that one episode "RACH"? "RACHEL"? I forget.
There's zero reason this should've been any good. It eventually devolves into the network schlock it should've been, but Miller manages miracles for a few seasons before that.
This for friendship kino and cool cases.
Then left, then right.
It only starts going down a bit after Watson rises to Holmes' level as a detective and moreso around the end of season 5. The latter because around that time the network wasn't sure if they would get renewed for season 6 and even in 6 they weren't sure if they would get a season 7. So they started writing in soft endings that went nowhere.
Unironically Henry Cavill
Why is Sherlocke holmes roided out? Isn't it set during a time when everyone was starving?
Right. Funny how a Summer blockbuster was more able to more faithfully capture the spirit of Sherlock Holmes. It's also absolute kino, the gold standard for Summer blockbusters. The BBC show is pure Reddit cringe.
It's obviously based on Sherlock Holmes, but who's Irene Adler?
An Irene Adler appears in the series as a patient. Moriarty also appears and shoots House.
Gonna go with this when it comes to contemporary renditions.
The Ritchie movies have their moments. Cumberbatch version is watcheable until end of S2. Then things get very very bad.
>can't defeat guy intellectually
>shoot him in the head
>have an even more smarter sister
>she controls people with her voice
Get fucked and die whoever wrote that trash
Euros was kino though. (and kind of hot, ngl)
Right is not an amazing movie (I prefer the sequel) but it's the best adaptation of the source material we've seen in a long time
I hate angloids so fucking much and i am one. I hate pom accents, absolutely disgusting. Especially foreigners with English accents, an absolute abomination
Downey Jr Holmes is surprisingly kino.
there cannot possibly be anything worse than Benadict Cumberbatch playing Sherlock.
he embodies Reddit especially in that role
He acts well, but had a shit script to work with. It's ironic that RDJ was both the better Holmes and the better lead in the MCU.
There's nothing ironic about that. He's always been a great actor. I don't think Guy Ritchie was a good choice for director however. His style clashes with the tone.
They're both shit.
Its Jeremy Brett and its not even close.
This, Brett is top, Downey Jr second as the most modern interpretation.
cucumberbatch was fucking horrible
if you like the left, you're honestly just dumb. respectfully. you're legitimately stupid
RDJ and Jude Law were a lot of fun
The Basil Rathbone films of course
the right since it has jared harris
They're both embarrassing garbage for redditors
Right manages to get Holmes slightly better than left. It also has less pozzed shit in it, so that's a plus.