Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes Style

"Come at once if convenient - if Inconvenient come all the same .."

A piece of "command" was actually a Sherlock Holmes brief message to his friend, Dr. John H Watson, before the detective met his nemesis, Professor James Moriarty in a gun place in Germany.

A cut scene in the sequel of "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" made by British director Guy Ritchie.

But the sentence was a bit much can also be freely interpreted as a Ritchie's "secret message" for tens of thousands Sherlock Holmes fan by Sir Conan Arthur Doyle, work aside to like it or not they all still come to the cinema and watching the movies.

It's no secret if Guy Ritchie eat protests to his Sherlock Holmes, which was launched in 2009, mainly from the UK's super detective fans who objected to the way Ritchie described Holmes-Watson relationship is more like a loveconnection than a co-worker or friend.

Some even openly called if Sherlock Holmes that they witnessed in 2009 is Holmes who figmened by Ritchie's imagination rather than without equal Doyle's detective.

But Ritchie is proud to retain his style for the sequel Holmes of Warner Bros., which was launched right at the end of the 2011.

Movie with have duration of 129 minutes does not offer something new and truly "just" duplicating from previous movie, ranging from camera angles and style of "video games" Ritchie up to the interaction between Holmes and Dr. Watson - the way they quarrels with each sentence to one another chimed in between fights.

One thing that is unfortunate for a sequel that have been waited for two years of its emergence. However, fortunately it did not reduce the quality of "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" because of Ritchie's first film was success, regardless from reaction by fans of Sherlock Holmes novel version.

Ritchie praised by a number of critics as being able to create a different and fresh Holmes, did not get caught up in a raw portrait of a pipe-legged detective.

Madonna's ex-husband was also considered capable makes small detail figure of Holmes in Doyle's novel to become a force in movie. For example, the style of "Rambo" Holmes.

Even in "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" about 65 percent is a little more action scenes that will remind to previous movie "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" full of fight scenes with bare hand or weapons.

Some of us might be wondering whether the British Holmes does have expertise martial Like "Rambo" and instead of a "gentleman" of English with fine behavior.

In his novel entitled "The Sign of the Four", Holmes is described as an empty-handed boxer who is very great. Meanwhile, in "The Yellow Face" Watson describes Holmes as an expert using a gun and have the physical endurance far above average.