Guy Ritchie ups his game on his signature subgenre with a hilariously sublime crime comedy that acts as mirror on the legit world and oozes with crackling cynicism about culture and politics as well.
Oh, glorious steampunk! Oh, glorious Victoriana! Oh, for a time when men were men (and not little boys) and industry meant hard work (and not corporate malfeasance) and optimism (and not despair) ruled the day. When the future was so bright, you hadda wear shades.
New Year’s Day, BBC One. Not till — ahem — May in the U.S.
Who’da thunk that it’d be a couple of Sherlock Holmes movies that would bring a certain verve back to action movies?
Okay, this is it. Summer is over. Back to school. Back to work. Put on a sweater and get serious.
What with all the excitement over Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, I figure it’s time we gazed at the beautiful Jude Law…
Can you see the big geek grin all over my face right now?
When was the last time you saw a movie poster on the side of a phone kiosk or even at a multiplex for a movie that you hadn’t previously known about… or for one that you hadn’t already made a decision about seeing?