Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (Blu-ray/DVD, 2012, 2-Disc Set, Includes Digital Copy; UltraViolet)
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Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert (12/14/2011)
Sight and Sound - Kim Newman (02/01/2012)
Total Film - Neil Smith (02/01/2012)
Entertainment Weekly - Owen Gleiberman (01/06/2012)
Movieline - Movieline Critic (12/15/2011)
Los Angeles Times - Betsy Sharkey (12/16/2011)
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- llan3420Apr 3, 2013by
Worth the price again and again and again ...
There are movies you watch once, enjoy, and move on. They're worth watching every decade or so. And then there are fun movies that are always good for kicking back with a bowl of pop corn on cold dreary days when you want a laugh. You want a copy of those movies on the shelf. This is one of those movies.
- favreforever233Dec 17, 2012by
Great product !! Fantastic Value
Absolutely love the movie . I went to watch it in theaters and feel in love with it . Great intense action as well acting in the movie .
- rodneym2213Aug 10, 2012by
This movie was just what I expected. The casing was flawless and the movie played perfect. I needed the sequel for my collection & didnt want to pay expensive instore price, so I basically got a steal on here and I couldnt be happier
- dshmlam5Aug 5, 2012by
The sequal was excellent and was action packed.The movie was also very suspenful and keeps you on the edge of your seat.
- murric1Jul 10, 2012by
The first was elementary, this one's the Charm!
A Game of Shadows is the second Sherlock Holmes movie featuring Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law. This raises the stakes by introducing Professor Moriarty, Holmes' arch nemesis. This is a much more involved and faster paced film, with notable action sequences and CGI effects. A little disconcerting at first, there is a plot mechanism using quick cuts to show whats happening in Holmes mind and how he quickly responds. It works well once you are used to it, avoiding drawn out scenes. Great Blu-ray picture and DTS Master Audio. A film well-worth owning!