History Film / YoungSherlockHolmes

1st Dec '17 12:31:57 PM AnotherGuy
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* NeverBeHurtAgain: Holmes at the conclusion, still mourning the death of [[spoiler:Elizabeth]].
3rd Sep '17 1:25:54 AM SeptimusHeap
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It was the first film produced by AmblinEntertainment to receive a PG-13 rating, and notable for including the first fully computer-generated character: a knight composed of elements from a stained glass window. The effect was created by Lucasfilm's John Lasseter, who is now chief creative officer at Creator/{{Pixar}} Animation Studios and Walt Disney Animation Studios. The SFX earned the film an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward nomination, and was beaten by ''Film/{{Cocoon}}''.

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It was the first film produced by AmblinEntertainment Creator/AmblinEntertainment to receive a PG-13 rating, and notable for including the first fully computer-generated character: a knight composed of elements from a stained glass window. The effect was created by Lucasfilm's John Lasseter, who is now chief creative officer at Creator/{{Pixar}} Animation Studios and Walt Disney Animation Studios. The SFX earned the film an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward nomination, and was beaten by ''Film/{{Cocoon}}''.
23rd Jun '17 9:41:18 AM Camassia
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* ActionPrologue: The pre-title sequence involves [[spoiler: Mrs. Dribb]] drugging Bentley Bobster by shooting him with a dart tipped with a hallucinogenic substance; this first causes Bobster to see his dinner as alive, and later believe that his room is set on fire, causing him to throw himself out of his window to "escape."



* BatmanColdOpen: The pre-title sequence involves [[spoiler: Mrs. Dribb]] drugging Bentley Bobster by shooting him with a dart tipped with a hallucinogenic substance; this first causes Bobster to see his dinner as alive, and later believe that his room is set on fire, causing him to throw himself out of his window to "escape."
14th Mar '17 6:19:39 AM MadSpy
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** [[spoiler: Rathe}]] is perfectly willing to douse young girls in hot wax in a HumanSacrifice ritual. He also guns down [[spoiler: Elizabeth]].

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** [[spoiler: Rathe}]] Rathe]] is perfectly willing to douse young girls in hot wax in a HumanSacrifice ritual. He also guns down [[spoiler: Elizabeth]].
14th Mar '17 6:17:15 AM MadSpy
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* {{Flanderization}}: This film does use the Flanderized version of Watson who's overweight and rather clueless, but it's somewhat {{justified|Trope}} by being Watson as a ''schoolboy''. Presumably he's got years (and a stint in the military) yet to grow into the more fit and savvy Watson the original was. [[spoiler: And in the end, Watson narrates that [[ComingOfAgeStory this first adventure with Holmes IS part of what helped him go from a weak, easily frightened boy to a man]].]]* ForceFeeding: The sequence where John Watson hallucinates that his legs are bound with sausages and that pastries are trying to force him to eat them. On Website/YouTube [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SZrHgS1Dss here.]]

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* {{Flanderization}}: This film does use the Flanderized version of Watson who's overweight and rather clueless, but it's somewhat {{justified|Trope}} by being Watson as a ''schoolboy''. Presumably he's got years (and a stint in the military) yet to grow into the more fit and savvy Watson the original was. [[spoiler: And in the end, Watson narrates that [[ComingOfAgeStory this first adventure with Holmes IS part of what helped him go from a weak, easily frightened boy to a man]].]]* ]]
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ForceFeeding: The sequence where John Watson hallucinates that his legs are bound with sausages and that pastries are trying to force him to eat them. On Website/YouTube [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SZrHgS1Dss here.]]
18th Jan '17 11:19:22 AM Orbiting
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* DawsonCasting: Nicholas Rowe, who plays Sherlock Holmes, is several years older than most of the other actors playing students. This was probably intentional to give Holmes his necessary height and appearance of superior intellect.



* {{Flanderization}}: This film does use the Flanderized version of Watson who's overweight and rather clueless, but it's somewhat {{justified|Trope}} by being Watson as a ''schoolboy''. Presumably he's got years (and a stint in the military) yet to grow into the more fit and savvy Watson the original was. [[spoiler: And in the end, Watson narrates that [[ComingOfAgeStory this first adventure with Holmes IS part of what helped him go from a weak, easily frightened boy to a man]].]]
* FollowTheLeader: From two different ends.
** What does Franchise/HarryPotter have to do with ''Young Sherlock Holmes''? [[http://harryholmes.blogspot.com/ A lot, actually!]]
** From the other end, ''Young Sherlock Holmes'' takes its cues from ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' - so much so that the UK release was called ''Young Sherlock Holmes and the Pyramid of Fear''.
** From the ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' satire "Young Sureschlock Homely":
-->'''Indiana Jones''': Hmm, this scene seems familiar, but not the dialogue! Am I in the right movie, Mr. Spielberg?
-->'''Steven Spielberg''': Go back a few pages, Indy - ''[[Film/TheJewelOfTheNile Fool Of The Nile]]'' needs you more than Sureschlock!
* ForceFeeding: The sequence where John Watson hallucinates that his legs are bound with sausages and that pastries are trying to force him to eat them. On Website/YouTube [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SZrHgS1Dss here.]]

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* {{Flanderization}}: This film does use the Flanderized version of Watson who's overweight and rather clueless, but it's somewhat {{justified|Trope}} by being Watson as a ''schoolboy''. Presumably he's got years (and a stint in the military) yet to grow into the more fit and savvy Watson the original was. [[spoiler: And in the end, Watson narrates that [[ComingOfAgeStory this first adventure with Holmes IS part of what helped him go from a weak, easily frightened boy to a man]].]]
* FollowTheLeader: From two different ends.
** What does Franchise/HarryPotter have to do with ''Young Sherlock Holmes''? [[http://harryholmes.blogspot.com/ A lot, actually!]]
** From the other end, ''Young Sherlock Holmes'' takes its cues from ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' - so much so that the UK release was called ''Young Sherlock Holmes and the Pyramid of Fear''.
** From the ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' satire "Young Sureschlock Homely":
-->'''Indiana Jones''': Hmm, this scene seems familiar, but not the dialogue! Am I in the right movie, Mr. Spielberg?
-->'''Steven Spielberg''': Go back a few pages, Indy - ''[[Film/TheJewelOfTheNile Fool Of The Nile]]'' needs you more than Sureschlock!
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]]* ForceFeeding: The sequence where John Watson hallucinates that his legs are bound with sausages and that pastries are trying to force him to eat them. On Website/YouTube [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SZrHgS1Dss here.]]
23rd Aug '16 6:09:36 PM ritzoreo
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* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Eh Tar and his sister are mostly avenging a massacre perpetrated on their parents and childhood village.
20th Aug '16 11:50:44 PM Ingonyama
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* BreakTheCutie: Played straight with Holmes, as he sees experiences expulsion from his school due to a FrameUp, the death of one mentor, the murderous intentions of another, and [[spoiler: the death of the girl he loved.]]

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* BreakTheCutie: Played straight with Holmes, as he sees experiences expulsion from his school due to a FrameUp, the death of one mentor, the murderous intentions of another, and [[spoiler: the death of the girl he loved.]]
2nd Jul '16 6:05:03 PM k410ren
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* SwordCane: Rathe carries one, which he uses during the climax against Holmes.
1st Jul '16 11:28:20 PM foxley
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No connection to the ''Literature/YoungSherlockHolmes'' novels.
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