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Nominated for 4 primetime Emmys, Sherlock is back with Benedict Cumberbatch as Holmes and Martin Freeman as Watson in three new stories. In A Scandal in Belgravia, Sherlock gets embroiled in the complex plans of the dangerous and desirable Irene Adler, and finds himself employing every one of his remarkable skills to survive as the unlikely duo square off in a battle of wits…and perhaps emotions? The Hounds of Baskerville whisks the increasingly popular detective and Watson to the wilds of Dartmoor, and face to face with the supernatural lurking in the eerie landscape. Meanwhile, Moriarty is still out there in the shadows, and is determined to bring Sherlock down—at whatever the cost—in The Reichenbach Fall. With beguiling performances, witty scripts and some of the most intriguing characters ever created, it’s no wonder that Sherlock has proven to be a worldwide success.
Editor's NoteThis set brings together three new mysteries from the second season of SHERLOCK, the series that featured Benedict Cumberbatch as the enduringly popular private eye and Martin Freeman as his loyal sidekick Dr. Watson.
Sherlock: Season Two - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: David R Perry Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 5/19/2012 11:09 AM
|I'll go ahead and play my hand by saying that I find BBC's serial adventures of Sherlock Holmes to be highly more enjoyable than the current Hollywood movies. And that's not to say that the movies are bad; quite the contrary, there's plenty of fun to be had with them. But the television series is that much better. Where the movies rely too heavily on explosions, slo-mo camera work and desperately clever lines for Robert Downey Jr., BBC's version of Sherlock uses the time allowed in a television series to develop much more intricate mysteries, and to sculpt more than one-note characters. The movie-length episodes almost offer the best of both worlds, and the result of the first season was something far more polished and finely crafted than what television normally delivers. Granted, leaning on the inspiration of Doyle's original stories certainly doesn't put you at a disadvantage....read the full review|