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** In order to incapacitate the first mook of the film, Sherlock manually sweeps his leg and punches the side of his kneecap to blow the limb. While this is not terribly unrealistic, a ''punch'' to the side of a knee would be difficult to pull out and would not do as much damage as, say, a kick, to the point that it would need a freakishly good striker (as Sherlock is supposed to be in the film, anyways). Needless to say that you'd better not attempt to punch an aggressor's knee in real life.
** Bareknuckle boxing matches from the time had a more open ruleset than modern day boxing, including wrestling and some striking variety as portrayed in the film, but a boxer finishing off his opponent with a kick should have made the judges scratch their heads. Presumably justified because they are too shocked (and intimidated) with Holmes's quick victory to notice the fact.

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** In order to incapacitate the first mook of the film, Sherlock manually sweeps his leg and punches the side of his kneecap to blow the limb. While this is not terribly unrealistic, a ''punch'' to the side of a the opponent's knee would be very difficult to pull out in a real life, and would not do as much damage as, say, a kick, kick. (Needless to the point that it would need a freakishly good striker (as Sherlock is supposed to be in the film, anyways). Needless to say that say, you'd better not attempt to punch an aggressor's knee in real life.
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** Bareknuckle boxing matches from at the time had a more open ruleset than modern day boxing, including and included wrestling and some informal striking variety as portrayed in the film, but film. However, a boxer finishing off his opponent with a kick should have made the judges scratch their heads. Presumably justified because they are too shocked (and intimidated) with Holmes's quick victory to notice the fact.



** Two weird points are when Holmes knocks out the first mook. During his SherlockScan, he plans to attack the liver through the floating ribs, but in human biology, the liver isn't behind the floating ribs, but the ''false'' ribs. Then comes the most jarring thing, as he follows his gameplan during the fight, but he hits the left side of the mook's chest, while the liver is actually located to the right.

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** Two weird points are when Holmes knocks out the first mook. During his SherlockScan, he plans to attack SherlockScan on the film's first mook, Holmes tells himself to deliver a liver shot through the floating ribs, but in human biology, this is inaccurate, as the liver isn't behind the floating ribs, but the ''false'' ribs. Then comes Most jarringly, Sherlock then proceeds to hit the most jarring thing, as he follows his gameplan during the fight, but he hits the left ''left'' side of the mook's chest, while torso, despite the liver is actually being located to the right.''right'' side.

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* MysticalCityPlanning: Holmes points this out during Sherlock's explanation of figuring out Blackwood's ConnectTheDeaths scheme: he says that cities have encoded references to the Masonic beliefs added to their design, which Blackwood has used to amplify his pretense of having come back from the dead. And using this, he discovers that the last target of Blackwood's "dark magic" rampage will be The Parliament.


* ChekhovsArmoury: [[spoiler:In the EvidenceDungeon that is the "Ginger Midget's" lab, Holmes finds clues that give him flashes as he looks around.]] Arguably, with Holmes, the entire film.

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* %%* ChekhovsArmoury: [[spoiler:In the EvidenceDungeon that is the "Ginger Midget's" lab, Holmes finds clues that give him flashes as he looks around.]] Arguably, with Holmes, the entire film.]]



** The mentions of the bridge that's being built at the beginning.
** Also Lord Coward's shoes.

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** %%** The mentions of the bridge that's being built at the beginning.
** %%** Also Lord Coward's shoes.



* ClimbingClimax: [[spoiler:The final fight between Holmes and Blackwood on the half-built Tower Bridge.]]
* ClipboardOfAuthority: Watson uses one to infiltrate a factory.

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* %%* ClimbingClimax: [[spoiler:The final fight between Holmes and Blackwood on the half-built Tower Bridge.]]
* %%* ClipboardOfAuthority: Watson uses one to infiltrate a factory.



* ConnectTheDeaths: In its use of this trope, it's a better adaptation of Creator/AlanMoore's ''Comicbook/FromHell'' than the actual movie ''Film/FromHell''.

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* %%* ConnectTheDeaths: In its use of this trope, it's a better adaptation of Creator/AlanMoore's ''Comicbook/FromHell'' than the actual movie ''Film/FromHell''.



* ConveyorBeltODoom: The slaughterhouse scene.

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* %%* ConveyorBeltODoom: The slaughterhouse scene.


A third film has been mooted and, after spending [[SequelGap several years]] in DevelopmentHell, is scheduled for release in December 2021.

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A The [[DevelopmentHell long-delayed]] third film has been mooted and, after spending [[SequelGap several years]] in DevelopmentHell, film, to be directed by Creator/DexterFletcher, is scheduled for release in December 2021.
2021, an [[SequelGap entire decade]] since the second installment.


* ChainedToABed: Holmes, in a [[Funny/SherlockHolmes Crowning Moment of Funny]].

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* ChainedToABed: Irene drugs Holmes, in [[UndressingTheUnconscious undresses him]] and leaves him naked tied to a [[Funny/SherlockHolmes Crowning Moment of Funny]].bed, save for a pillow she leaves on his crotch... but she ''also'' leaves the key for the handcuffs bellow the pillows.


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* UndressingTheUnconscious: Holmes is stripped naked by Irene after she drugs him. He wakes up to find himself ChainedToABed.


* BaitAndSwitch: When Watson is bailed out of the prison yard and Holmes is not, a rather large and intimidating inmate threateningly informs Holmes that "the boys are getting hungry". Later, when Lestrade comes to fetch Holmes, there's a loud, noisy commotion in the centre of the yard, with the implication being that Holmes is getting the snot kicked out of him. Lestrade rushes forward with the guards to break it up... only to discover that Holmes is in fact entertaining the intimidating inmate and the others with a joke.
-->'''Holmes:''' ... [[OrphanedPunchline To which the barman says, "May I push in your stool?"]]


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* BaitAndSwitch: When Watson is bailed out of the prison yard and Holmes is not, a rather large and intimidating inmate threateningly informs Holmes that he'd better be getting out of there soon, since "the boys are getting hungry". Later, when Lestrade comes to fetch Holmes, there's a loud, noisy commotion in the centre of the yard, with the implication being that Holmes is getting the snot kicked out of him. Lestrade rushes forward with the guards to break it up... only to discover that Holmes is in fact entertaining the intimidating inmate and the others with a joke.
-->'''Holmes:''' ... [[OrphanedPunchline To which the barman says, "May I push in your stool?"]]

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* BaitAndSwitch: When Watson is bailed out of the prison yard and Holmes is not, a rather large and intimidating inmate threateningly informs Holmes that "the boys are getting hungry". Later, when Lestrade comes to fetch Holmes, there's a loud, noisy commotion in the centre of the yard, with the implication being that Holmes is getting the snot kicked out of him. Lestrade rushes forward with the guards to break it up... only to discover that Holmes is in fact entertaining the intimidating inmate and the others with a joke.
-->'''Holmes:''' ... [[OrphanedPunchline To which the barman says, "May I push in your stool?"]]


''Holmes punches the man's knee out.\\

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''Holmes punches the man's knee out.\\''\\

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* EstablishingSeriesMoment: The first few minutes of the movie takes pains to illustrate how it is an ActionizedSequel, opening with Holmes and Watson racing to rescue a kidnap victim about to be murdered, crowned by Holmes essentially using his SherlockScan as a weapon.
-->''Holmes scans the thug on guard quickly and hides around a corner''\\
Head cocked to the left. Partial deafness in ear. First point of attack --\\
''Holmes envisions slamming his palm into the thug's working ear.''\\
Two, throat. Paralyze vocal cords, stop screaming.\\
''Holmes now slams his palm into the man's neck.''\\
Three. Got to be heavy drinker. Floating rib to the liver.\\
''Holmes punches the thug in the side.''\\
Four. Finally, drag in left leg, fist to patella.\\
''Holmes punches the man's knee out.\\
Summary prognosis: conscious in ninety seconds. Martial efficacy: quarter of an hour at best. Full faculty recovery: unlikely.\\
''Holmes stops planning, and proceeds to do everything planned in a few seconds.''


* {{Flopsy}}: Holmes, disguised as a hobo, arranges a run-in with the carriage carrying Irene and her are employer. He then begs for change in order to get a better look at the two occupants.

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* {{Flopsy}}: Holmes, disguised as a hobo, arranges a run-in with the carriage carrying Irene and her are employer. He then begs for change in order to get a better look at the two occupants.


* AwesomenessByAnalysis: Whenever he has the time, Holmes will use his famous intellect to analyze his opponents, predict their actions, and plan out, move for move, the ensuing fight. In ''Game of Shadows'', [[spoiler:Holmes and Moriarty play out part of a chess match and then an entire fistfight in their minds. They both realize Holmes will inevitably lose the latter because of the injury Holmes received on his right arm from torture prior to the train yard shootout in Heilbronn. Holmes realizes that his demise is inevitable, unless he takes a second option: [[TakingYouWithMe drag Moriarty down Reichenbach Falls with him instead.]]]]

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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: Whenever he has the time, Holmes will use his famous intellect to analyze his opponents, predict their actions, and plan out, move for move, the ensuing fight. In ''Game of Shadows'', [[spoiler:Holmes and Moriarty play out part of a chess match and then an entire fistfight in their minds. They both realize Holmes will inevitably lose the latter because of the injury Holmes received on his right arm from torture prior to the train yard shootout in Heilbronn. Holmes realizes that his demise is inevitable, inevitable unless he takes a second option: [[TakingYouWithMe drag Moriarty down Reichenbach Falls with him instead.]]]]



* CastingGag: Creator/GeraldineJames has acted in an adaptation of ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles''. Here, she plays Mrs Hudson.

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* CastingGag: Creator/GeraldineJames has acted in an adaptation of ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles''. Here, she plays Mrs Mrs. Hudson.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Even for a PG-13 rated movie, cocaine is never mentioned in the 2009 movie. However, at one point Watson looks at some bottles, picks one up and says disgustedly, "You do know what you're drinking is meant for eye surgery." Cocaine was used for anaesthetic in eye surgeries in the late 1800s. In the second movie, Mrs. Hudson says that Holmes has been living on cigarettes, coffee and coca leaves. Cocaine is made from coca leaves. (Meanwhile, Holmes is shown drinking formaldehyde as Watson repeats his earlier comment, only this time reminding Holmes he's drinking embalming fluid.) Though the effect of consuming coca leaves and cocaine are completely different. Coca leaves work like energy drinks and in this case makes more sense, considering Holmes energetic behaviour.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Even for a PG-13 rated movie, cocaine is never mentioned in the 2009 movie. However, at one point Watson looks at some bottles, picks one up and says disgustedly, "You do know what you're drinking is meant for eye surgery." Cocaine was used for anaesthetic anesthetic in eye surgeries in the late 1800s. In the second movie, Mrs. Hudson says that Holmes has been living on cigarettes, coffee and coca leaves. Cocaine is made from coca leaves. (Meanwhile, Holmes is shown drinking formaldehyde as Watson repeats his earlier comment, only this time reminding Holmes he's drinking embalming fluid.) Though the effect of consuming coca leaves and cocaine are completely different. Coca leaves work like energy drinks and in this case makes more sense, considering Holmes energetic behaviour.



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** Bareknuckle boxing matches from the time had a more open ruleset than modern day boxing, including wrestling and some striking variety as portraited in the film, but a boxer finishing off his opponent with a kick should have made the judges scratch their heads. Presumably justified because they are too shocked (and intimidated) with Holmes's quick victory to notice the fact.

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** Bareknuckle boxing matches from the time had a more open ruleset than modern day boxing, including wrestling and some striking variety as portraited portrayed in the film, but a boxer finishing off his opponent with a kick should have made the judges scratch their heads. Presumably justified because they are too shocked (and intimidated) with Holmes's quick victory to notice the fact.



* BackFromTheDead: Subverted. Lord Blackwood, after being hanged and declared dead by Dr Watson, comes back from the dead and wreaking fear and panic all across England. Turns out he had actually [[FauxDeath faked his death]].

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* BackFromTheDead: Subverted. Lord Blackwood, after being hanged and declared dead by Dr Dr. Watson, comes back from the dead and wreaking fear and panic all across England. Turns out he had actually [[FauxDeath faked his death]].



* TheCoatsAreOff: Both Dr Watson and Dredger take their coats off before the fight in the laboratory.

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* TheCoatsAreOff: Both Dr Dr. Watson and Dredger take their coats off before the fight in the laboratory.



* CueTheFallingObject: Holmes and Watson look upon the aftermath of their fight with a giant mook at the wharf. In a comedic moment Holmes blames Watson for the havoc while we see a structure topple in the background.

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* CueTheFallingObject: Holmes and Watson look upon the aftermath of their fight with a giant mook at the wharf. In a comedic moment moment, Holmes blames Watson for the havoc while we see a structure topple in the background.



-->'''Crier:''' The end is nigh! Blackwood's come back from Hell, and laid a curse upon this land! He walks in every shadow, and every puff of smoke! Behold, he cometh with clouds, and everyone shall see him and every soul shall wail because of him! You cannot stop him! No one can!

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-->'''Crier:''' The end is nigh! Blackwood's come back from Hell, and laid a curse upon this land! He walks in every shadow, shadow and every puff of smoke! Behold, he cometh with clouds, and everyone shall see him and every soul shall wail because of him! You cannot stop him! No one can!



** And again, towards the end of the film, [[spoiler:when he has a small case of HeroicBlueScreenOfDeath, is wanted by the cops, and begins absently plucking his leif motif on a RoomFullOfCrazy.]]

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** And again, towards the end of the film, [[spoiler:when he has a small case of HeroicBlueScreenOfDeath, is wanted by the cops, and begins absently plucking his leif motif leitmotif on a RoomFullOfCrazy.]]



* MenCantKeepHouse: The first time we see Holmes' apartment, it is a darkened dishevelled mess, complete with bullet holes in the walls. This trope is indirectly discussed when Mrs. Hudson enters and Holmes teases her for not making her rounds more frequently.

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* MenCantKeepHouse: The first time we see Holmes' apartment, it is a darkened dishevelled disheveled mess, complete with bullet holes in the walls. This trope is indirectly discussed when Mrs. Hudson enters and Holmes teases her for not making her rounds more frequently.



* NearVillainVictory: Blackwood had pushed the button that would seal the fate of the British Parliament. Irene and Holmes had found the device but were struggling with how to actually stop its operation. Furthermore they had to deal with Blackwood's henchmen guarding the device, any of whom could have possibly stopped them right at the critical moment.

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* NearVillainVictory: Blackwood had pushed the button that would seal the fate of the British Parliament. Irene and Holmes had found the device but were struggling with how to actually stop its operation. Furthermore Furthermore, they had to deal with Blackwood's henchmen guarding the device, any of whom could have possibly stopped them right at the critical moment.

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* TranquilFury: During the pub fight: ''"This mustn't register at an emotional level."''


A third film has been mooted and after spending [[SequelGap several years]] in DevelopmentHell, is scheduled for release in December 2021.

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A third film has been mooted and and, after spending [[SequelGap several years]] in DevelopmentHell, is scheduled for release in December 2021.



* FantasticFightingStyle: Half averted. What Holmes uses is an embellished form of "Bartitsu", a real life British martial art based on Japan's jujitsu used by the literary Sherlock Holmes.[[note]]Conan Doyle actually wrote Holmes as knowing "Baritsu", but it is not known whether it was perhaps due to a typo or a copyright trouble.[[/note]] However, its application onscreen is liberally mixed with UsefulNotes/{{Judo}} and Brazilian jiu-jitsu (added by director Guy Ritchie, who has belts in both arts - but limiting to basics Bartitsu actually contained thanks to its judo and jujitsu origins) and UsefulNotes/WingChun kung fu (Robert Downey, Jr.'s primary style of martial arts, which was speculated in-universe by the choreographer of the film as due to Holmes having a book of Chinese boxing which he tested in his bareknuckle fights), as well as some serious ImprovFu. The final duel at the sequel even more closely resembles historical Bartitsu.

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* FantasticFightingStyle: Half averted. What Holmes uses is an embellished form of "Bartitsu", a real life real-life British martial art based on Japan's jujitsu used by the literary Sherlock Holmes.[[note]]Conan Doyle actually wrote Holmes as knowing "Baritsu", but it is not known whether it was perhaps due to a typo or a copyright trouble.[[/note]] However, its application onscreen is liberally mixed with UsefulNotes/{{Judo}} and Brazilian jiu-jitsu (added by director Guy Ritchie, who has belts in both arts - but limiting to basics Bartitsu actually contained thanks to its judo and jujitsu origins) and UsefulNotes/WingChun kung fu (Robert Downey, Jr.'s primary style of martial arts, which was speculated in-universe by the choreographer of the film as due to Holmes having a book of Chinese boxing which he tested in his bareknuckle fights), as well as some serious ImprovFu. The final duel at the sequel even more closely resembles historical Bartitsu.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Even for a PG-13 rated movie, cocaine is never mentioned in the 2009 movie. However, at one point Watson looks at some bottles, picks one up and says disgustedly, "You do know what you're drinking is meant for eye surgery." Cocaine was used for anaesthetic in eye surgeries in the late 1800s. In the second movie Mrs. Hudson says that Holmes has been living on cigarettes, coffee and coca leaves. Cocaine is made from coca leaves. (Meanwhile, Holmes is shown drinking formaldehyde as Watson repeats his earlier comment, only this time reminding Holmes he's drinking embalming fluid.) Though the effect of consuming coca leaves and cocaine are completely different. Coca leaves work like energy drinks and in this case makes more sense, considering Holmes energetic behaviour.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Even for a PG-13 rated movie, cocaine is never mentioned in the 2009 movie. However, at one point Watson looks at some bottles, picks one up and says disgustedly, "You do know what you're drinking is meant for eye surgery." Cocaine was used for anaesthetic in eye surgeries in the late 1800s. In the second movie movie, Mrs. Hudson says that Holmes has been living on cigarettes, coffee and coca leaves. Cocaine is made from coca leaves. (Meanwhile, Holmes is shown drinking formaldehyde as Watson repeats his earlier comment, only this time reminding Holmes he's drinking embalming fluid.) Though the effect of consuming coca leaves and cocaine are completely different. Coca leaves work like energy drinks and in this case makes more sense, considering Holmes energetic behaviour.



* IdentityConcealmentDisposal: Throughout the movie Moriarty only appears with his face in the shadows. In the [[Film/SherlockHolmesAGameOfShadows sequel]] he appears this way only in the film's introduction, during which he reveals himself and stays revealed for the rest of the film.

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* IdentityConcealmentDisposal: Throughout the movie movie, Moriarty only appears with his face in the shadows. In the [[Film/SherlockHolmesAGameOfShadows sequel]] he appears this way only in the film's introduction, during which he reveals himself and stays revealed for the rest of the film.



* ClimbingClimax: [[spoiler:The final fight between Holmes and Blackwood on the half built Tower Bridge.]]

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* ClimbingClimax: [[spoiler:The final fight between Holmes and Blackwood on the half built half-built Tower Bridge.]]



* ConstructionZoneCalamity: The climatic fight between Holmes and Blackwood on the half-built Tower Bridge.

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* ConstructionZoneCalamity: The climatic climactic fight between Holmes and Blackwood on the half-built Tower Bridge.



-->'''Crier:''' The end is nigh! Blackwood's come back from Hell, and laid a curse upon this land! He walks in every shadow, and every puff of smoke! Behold, he cometh with clouds, and every ene shall see him and every soul shall wail because of him! You cannot stop him! No one can!

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-->'''Crier:''' The end is nigh! Blackwood's come back from Hell, and laid a curse upon this land! He walks in every shadow, and every puff of smoke! Behold, he cometh with clouds, and every ene everyone shall see him and every soul shall wail because of him! You cannot stop him! No one can!



* EvenTheDogIsAshamed: The scene where Dr Watson realizes that Holmes deliberately forgot his gun to get him to come along, then almost immediately heads off after Holmes; cue AnimalReactionShot.

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* EvenTheDogIsAshamed: The scene where Dr Dr. Watson realizes that Holmes deliberately forgot his gun to get him to come along, then almost immediately heads off after Holmes; cue AnimalReactionShot.



* EyeObscuringHat: The thug working for Lord Blackwood who tries tries to shoot Watson in the opening temple fight. Likely a sign that he's a ProfessionalKiller (the hat pulled down is to obscure his face from witnesses).

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* EyeObscuringHat: The thug working for Lord Blackwood who tries tries to shoot Watson in the opening temple fight. Likely a sign that he's a ProfessionalKiller (the hat pulled down is to obscure his face from witnesses).



* TelevisionGeography: In the climax, characters somehow manage to run from the sewers of the Houses of Parliament to the top of the newly constructed Tower Bridge within minutes. The two land marks are miles apart.

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* TelevisionGeography: In the climax, characters somehow manage to run from the sewers of the Houses of Parliament to the top of the newly constructed Tower Bridge within minutes. The two land marks landmarks are miles apart.


* AdrenalineTime: An interesting version, as Holmes is able to play out some of his fights before starting, pointing out the weaknesses he'll exploit, and then we get to see the fight again in real time. This is applied interestingly later in the first film; in every fight where Holmes loses badly, the AdrenalineTime sequence is absent, implying he lost because he forgot to think -- or didn't have time to; formulating a rational plan is one thing when you're lurking around a corner hiding from a drunkard lookout, but more problematic when a giant Frenchman is bearing down on you. Essentially, it's his eponymous SherlockScan, weaponized. It's also used in ''Game of Shadows'' forest chase. ''Game of Shadows'' has a subversion where Holmes plans out his takedown of a Cossack hired to kill Simza, but he only gets to accomplish the first two of his planned moves before Simza lobs some of her throwing knives into the Cossack's chest, forcing Holmes to improvise.

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* AdrenalineTime: An interesting version, as Holmes is able to play out some of his fights before starting, pointing out the weaknesses he'll exploit, and then we get to see the fight again in real time. This is applied interestingly later in the first film; in every fight where Holmes loses badly, the AdrenalineTime sequence is absent, implying he lost because he forgot to think -- or didn't have time to; formulating a rational plan is one thing when you're lurking around a corner hiding from a drunkard lookout, but more problematic when a giant Frenchman is bearing down on you. Essentially, it's his eponymous SherlockScan, weaponized. It's also used in the ''Game of Shadows'' forest chase. ''Game of Shadows'' has a subversion where Holmes plans out his takedown of a Cossack hired to kill Simza, but he only gets to accomplish the first two of his planned moves before Simza lobs some of her throwing knives into the Cossack's chest, forcing Holmes to improvise.



** In the first film, Holmes observes that one of the mooks is partially deaf, a heavy drinker, and has a slight limp, and proceeds to bring him down with four attacks; one each to the ear, liver, and knee, plus one to the vocal chords to stop him screaming.

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** In the first film, Holmes observes that one of the mooks is partially deaf, a heavy drinker, and has a slight limp, and proceeds to bring him down with four attacks; one each to the ear, liver, and knee, plus one to the vocal chords cords to stop him screaming.



* AwesomenessByAnalysis: Whenever he has the time Holmes will use his famous intellect to analyze his opponents, predict their actions, and plan out, move for move, the ensuing fight. In ''Game of Shadows'', [[spoiler:Holmes and Moriarty play out part of a chess match and then an entire fistfight in their minds. They both realize Holmes will inevitably lose the latter because of the injury Holmes received on his right arm from torture prior to the train yard shootout in Heilbronn. Holmes realizes that his demise is inevitable, unless he takes a second option: [[TakingYouWithMe drag Moriarty down Reichenbach Falls with him instead.]]]]

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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: Whenever he has the time time, Holmes will use his famous intellect to analyze his opponents, predict their actions, and plan out, move for move, the ensuing fight. In ''Game of Shadows'', [[spoiler:Holmes and Moriarty play out part of a chess match and then an entire fistfight in their minds. They both realize Holmes will inevitably lose the latter because of the injury Holmes received on his right arm from torture prior to the train yard shootout in Heilbronn. Holmes realizes that his demise is inevitable, unless he takes a second option: [[TakingYouWithMe drag Moriarty down Reichenbach Falls with him instead.]]]]


A third film has been mooted and after spending several years in DevelopmentHell, is scheduled for release in 2020.

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A third film has been mooted and after spending [[SequelGap several years years]] in DevelopmentHell, is scheduled for release in 2020.
December 2021.



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