1. Post #1
    Rossy167's Avatar
    November 2012
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    Worth noting that whilst the particular episode he's focusing on is very, very well directed, some other episodes are really quite bad in my opinion. Sherlock has some really high points and some really low points in terms of quality.
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    Tamschi's Avatar
    December 2009
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    Up to which episode are the spoilers?

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    I remember when titles used to mean something, now you can get one for a dollar, this all used to be fields, get off my lawn damn kids etc.
    evlbzltyr's Avatar
    May 2006
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    Up to which episode are the spoilers?
    the video is about a scene in the most recent episode, that aired Sunday
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    Please waste more of your money changing this title again.
    Gmod4ever's Avatar
    August 2005
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    the video is about a scene in the most recent episode, that aired Sunday
    Wait, you mean that there's finally new episodes of Sherlock?

    If only Netflix US still had BBC shows.
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    August 2009
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    The show really seemed to hit a slump post-season 2, there was too much emphasis on flashy aesthetics to represent his thought processing that everything felt contrived and full of itself, with little actual casework

    It's almost like a bigger budget was a detriment to the original vision they had for the show. It was so much better when it was simpler
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    January 2010
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    The show really seemed to hit a slump post-season 2, there was too much emphasis on flashy aesthetics to represent his thought processing that everything felt contrived and full of itself, with little actual casework

    It's almost like a bigger budget was a detriment to the original vision they had for the show. It was so much better when it was simpler
    To be fair they seem to have found a nice balance in the new Season, first episode was......decent, but the second was absolutely brilliant.
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  7. Post #7
    Rossy167's Avatar
    November 2012
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    The last season in particular felt like an actual sit com at times, where Sherlock ends up behaving more like Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory than Sherlock Holmes.

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    To be fair they seem to have found a nice balance in the new Season, first episode was......decent, but the second was absolutely brilliant.
    Decent?

    What
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    August 2009
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    Six Thatchers was sort of a clusterfuck that was just killing time more than anything

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    NeonpieDFTBA's Avatar
    January 2012
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    The new series is weird, some of my friends love it to pieces and others will write page long rants on how awful it is. Honestly I feel like the writing is too contrived now, insofar as there is a limit to the number of plot twists you can include before it stops being clever and starts being messy. Then again I was tired when I watched it.

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    SoUl_ReApEr2's Avatar
    April 2006
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    The first episode was boring and not worth being in s4, should've been an ep in last series though the second ep was pretty awesome

  12. Post #12
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    Silikone's Avatar
    September 2006
    1,717 Posts
    I can't take this series seriously. At times, Sherlock seems more like a wizard than just a smart person. I guess this is the appeal for many, but I find it silly.