Three sentence movie reviews: Sherlock Season 2
I enjoyed watching our heroes navigate through three more cases. Sadly, I already know that season three exists so the emotional weight of the final episode rested lightly on my shoulders. In general though, I feel quite happy when excellent actors find an excellent show and I get the quite awesome product.
Cost: free from library. (And plucked off the shelf! I didn’t have to reserve it!)
Where watched: at home.
poster from: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/masterpiece/sherlock/season2.html
(sorry this was the best I could do, IMP Awards doesn’t do DVD covers of series.
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I was a big fan of season 2. I knew beforehand that the cliffhanger was not all that it seemed. Despite that, and having seen season 3, I still find “the fall” incredibly impactful. I think it’s because it’s the acting is so good. I love Sherlock’s desperate determination to keep his loved ones safe. The way that John nearly keels over after the fall . . . and the way his voice shakes at the grave site as he begs, “please just don’t be dead” . . . absolutely gut wrenching. I nearly get verklempt just thinking about it.
Oh how I adore this series. I just can’t wait for the next season. It feels like we have been waiting for centuries.