Mr. Holmes

Mr. Holmes

The story is set in 1947, following a long-retired Holmes living in a Sussex village with his housekeeper and rising detective son. But then he finds himself haunted by an unsolved 50-year old case. Holmes' memory isn't what it used to be, so he only remembers fragments of the case: a confrontation with an angry husband, a secret bond with his beautiful but unstable wife.

The story is set in 1947, following a long-retired Holmes living in a Sussex village with his housekeeper and her young son. But then he finds himself haunted by 30-year old case. Holmes memory isn't what it used to be, so he only remembers fragments of the case: a confrontation with an angry husband, a secret bond with his beautiful but unstable wife. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mr. Holmes torrent reviews

Michele M (mx) wrote: The only reason I watched is because of Cory Monteith, although David Morse is a fine actor, too (Just watch The Green Mile). But holy cow, what a depressing, pathetic, irrational, awful movie. If you want to see Cory, watch Glee reruns.

John M (nl) wrote: Weak. I grew up skating and Future Primitive was the first video I ever saw. This documentary was terrible. I've followed these guys my whole life and I admire them to death, bit come on. Everyone came off just looking like a stroke artist; 'stroke me, stroke me.' No one should be taking themselves THAT seriously. Stacey loves himself and everything he touches, so it isn't surprising that he brings that out in others. Mullen talks like he is Mya Angelou, I thought I was going to have to punch the screen. Skateboarder or not, don't watch this film.

gelli p (fr) wrote: hindi man lang ako natakot nor nasindak... PULSE 3 pa naman ang pamagat... TSK>>> TSK>> TSK>>>

Aaron D (jp) wrote: I don't even know where to start on how to review this movie... It's simply something you must see, so long as you are open to being confused for a majority of the film. Hell, I think I have it all figured out and still am probably confused, but it's a very good confusion to have.

Daniel P (nl) wrote: Though there was the odd useful fact or touching moment, this "documentary" was largely a self-serving dud. Eddie Vedder and Steve Earle perform, Rosanne Barr does five minutes of decent stand-up, but otherwise, very little of interest happens. It's like watching Moore's Oscar Speech: The Road Show. I admire Moore as a flimmaker, but this film chronicles Moore right on the heels of Fahrenheit 9/11 - I think his sense of self-importance was incredibly inflated at the time. Skip this one.

Jeremiah S (ca) wrote: Cute movie. Predictable but cute. I wish we could actually organize a strike like this, but let's face it collective action is a thing of the past.

Jennifer P (ru) wrote: This movie was just "ok"... A pack of juvenile delinquents running for their lives from a pack of man-eating German shepherds and a crazed lunatic dad... Unusual plot. Most of the "kids" looked like they were in their twenties.

TJ H (ca) wrote: Extremely unlikeable characters and very slow paced movie. Jessica Lange gives an absolutely fantastic performance, but other than that the movie is just plain dull and depressing.

Brian F (de) wrote: Your typical Satanic nunsploitation flick (demonic possession, lesbianism, etc.) It's not bad but not great. The sex scenes are hot but the women are obviously not that "into" it, if you know what I mean. Man, just hire real lesbians if you want to have realistic, convincingly hot lesbian scenes...

Michael K (fr) wrote: Extremely tough action thriller recommended for hard arses [or flabby ones]. Chow Yun Fat is God.

Phil H (ag) wrote: Well the big bold statement at the start finishes off any ideas that this is related to a certain famous bike and cig brand haha dunno how they could use the name when its so close to the real thing but hey. The film is pretty dire really and I was surprised, yes I've only just seen it, it starts off pretty decent with Rourke on his bike looking good and kicking ass, ditto Johnson looks good in his cowboy gear n stubble and they both go around seeing sexy women in seedy clubs and generally winning fights. At a certain point it starts to get really dumb, the bad guys all turn up looking ridiculous in their 'pre-Matrix' leather coats and shades and there is allot of over the top gun fights and killing when it could of been a decent comedy action, drops into trash I'm afraid. Rourke never changes his clothes and nobody can shoot for shit haha plus it gets way to predictable towards the end.

King L (de) wrote: When I first read Hamlet back I in high school I found it to be an excruciating bore but once I saw it acted on on stage and screen I appreciated and enjoyed Shakespeare's iconic play. I've seen various versions but I especially wanted to see this one because it had two actors from 2 of my favorite sci-fi shows, Doctor Who and Star Trek. David Tennant who was the 10th Doctor in Doctor Who played the title role of Hamlet and Patrick Stewart, Captain Picard of Star Trek: The Next Generation played the king of Denmark. What made it even more interesting was the cast dressed in modern and contemporary clothing instead of period costumes from late 16th or early 17th century. The only other Shakespearean play where I've seen them done this was Ian McKellen's version of Richard III.

Vincent H (br) wrote: A cool (no pun intended) spy thriller that pits Errol Flynn against the Nazis in the unlikeliest of places, northern Canada.

Martin P (nl) wrote: Not sure about Christian Bale playing the lead, but spectacular CGI all round.

Jaxson S (gb) wrote: Thought provoking and surprisingly accessible, except for the 3 hour length (which, I admit, was maybe justifiable.)

Jan R (gb) wrote: Loved this fast paced energetic film. wonderful performances

Allan C (nl) wrote: Fun lightweight Rock Hudson/Doris Day comedy set against the backdrop of Madison Avenue. Hudson certainly drinks like he's Don Draper, but the characters here are certainly a bit more silly. Also of note, Tony Randall is terrific as the rich and clueless boss. Fun stuff!