Guy Ritchie is adapting a Sherlock Holmes adventure to film. Glorious. I literally can't wait to see what he does with it.
Originally Posted by Slashfilm.com
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A brief yet novel take on the detective genre that uses the narrative excuse of a dream sequence in order to deliver some innovative silent-film visuals (just check the start of the dream sequence where Keaton's character ends up on the cinema screen and is constantly flitting through different back....
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