Sherlock Holmes and the Masks of Death

Sherlock Holmes and the Masks of Death

Holmes (Peter Cushing) and Dr. Watson (John Mills) ponder cases in which the victims seem to have been scared to death.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:72 minutes
  • Release:1984
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   1800s,   corpse,  

Sherlock Holmes has retired. But when MacDonald asks him to take on another case, he says yes. There has been some mysterious murders, and there are no visible causes for the deaths. At the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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WS W (br) wrote: Disturbing it is, of coz. But all the 3 tales in it, is somehow "newer" in style than tons of others out of the same genre. Good music scores too btw.

Kyle M (au) wrote: I Frankenstein? More like I Wankenstein. This film was so fucking dull, ludicrous and joyless. The acting was terrible, the story made no sense, the special effects sucked ass and the final confrontation between Harvey Dent and a drunk Bill Nighy was laughably embarassing. Fuck this movie.

Johnny B (ru) wrote: it's a decent movie.Also, I'm pretty sure one of the characters in this movie was a clever reference to Mario, of Super Mario Bros. fame.And, lest I forget, this would probably go in my Top 10 favorite movie endings.

Benjamin E (nl) wrote: Justa perfect short form Pixar! Wonderful!

Kristina K (ru) wrote: Disappointing, it had potential.

Jennifer T (us) wrote: the film provided a nice contrast between the american desire to conquer versus more eastern/european desire for experience. seeing the kids interact with their families and hearing their parents speak about them was definitely moving. and the cinematography was great...very natural.

Andrew P (gb) wrote: a very well done movie

Tim W (de) wrote: I hate Adam Sandler.

Brock C (ru) wrote: Its a lifestyle, poser.

Christopher S (kr) wrote: David Mamet's exploration of sexual politics in academia is played out as an intellectual conversation between two people - but manages to be riveting, challenging, and always compelling, all the way to its shocking ending. William H. Macy is at his best, though Debra Eistenstadt isn't quite on the same level, and gets annoying pretty fast.

Joel A (gb) wrote: A low key drama about a group of German teenagers who are avid fans of American Clothes & Music but feel the pressure of the Nazi Movement.The two leaders of the pack (including the young Christian Bale) are somewhat forced to join the SS Movement & the seemingly weaker member ends up becoming the strongest resistance to the movement.Filled with some excellent music & strong performances this film is quite interesting & at times rather tense.

Cody C (au) wrote: Brilliant deadpan black comedy. Kaurismaki rules. Very ahead of his time. Wes Anderson and Jared Hess learned a lot from him. Here's one of my favorite quotes of his: "I have two methods. If I have a screenplay, I follow it. If I don't, I improvise. Nobody else improvises - not the cameraman or the actors. Just me."

Joel M (nl) wrote: 2/10: Love the poster, but can't say much about the movie. Watch this only you have nothing to watch.

Andrew S (de) wrote: When the head of an advertising agency dies in the middle of a meeting, the thoroughly corrupt board of directors have to vote to see who will replace him. They cannot vote for themselves and they don?t want to give an advantage to one of their peers, so they all vote for Putney Swope, the firm?s token black employee, thinking that nobody else will vote for him. As the new CEO, Swope pronounces that he?s not going to rock the boat: he?s going to sink it! He renames the agency ?Truth and Soul? and brings black power to the corridors of Madison Avenue. A precursor to the blaxploitation era that would flourish in the early 1970s, Putney Swope was an underground movie made by Robert Downey Sr. while he was working in an ad agency himself. It?s a no-holds-barred satire of capitalism and race relations, and it has the same kind of anarchic, ?anything goes? spirit as Woody Allen?s early, funny films ? although it features more people of color than Woody?s entire oeuvre! The spoof commercials that run throughout the film are particularly memorable, and every line of dialogue is a zinger: ?I?d rather my son be a fag than a killer.? ?Your son is a fag!? ?You?re the one that took him on the picnic hike, not me!? The whole film also serves as a good reminder of how corporate America had thoroughly subsumed the ethos of the counterculture into its business practices well before the sixties had even ended. And who could resist a film in which the President of the United States is depicted as a sexually-deviant Nazi midget?

Brady S (mx) wrote: one of his best Works ever.

Joetaeb D (ru) wrote: How fun and satisfying it is to see Michael Caine even at the age of 77 at the time still kick ass, and the story and script adds a unexpected heightened sense of emotional substance to this vigilante thriller

Orlok W (br) wrote: Well-crafted film with strong performances and a pervading, restrained sadness that echoes its Beat heritage--A patient, thoughtful film for patient, thoughtful viewers.. Haunting film noir!!

Cliff M (de) wrote: Fun, Fun, Fun and overacting is exactly what this movie needs and is. Groundbreaking technology make this great even today.