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Orrex Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-16-09 11:33 AM
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10. And the romance between Watson and Uhura seemed totally forced
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  -So apparently Sherlock Holmes was first and foremost an Ultimate Fighting champ. Who knew? Orrex  Dec-16-09 07:18 AM   #0 
  - In the stories, Holmes was a boxer, and carried some sort of weapon much of the time,  old mark   Dec-16-09 07:32 AM   #1 
  - But didn't he occasionally solve crimes?  Orrex   Dec-16-09 07:51 AM   #2 
  - Solving crimes was his primary interest and his passion - everything else was  old mark   Dec-16-09 08:40 AM   #5 
  - Not just a boxer, but a particularly good one.  SteppingRazor   Dec-16-09 09:35 AM   #6 
  - Well I have to say that this thread has been quite educational for me.  Orrex   Dec-16-09 11:53 AM   #11 
  - That's right.  HiFructosePronSyrup   Dec-16-09 11:56 AM   #12 
  - All that cocaine made him mighty fidgety.  peekaloo   Dec-16-09 07:58 AM   #3 
  - It's the JJ Abrams-ification of stuff that was perfectly fine the way it was originally done  Rabrrrrrr   Dec-16-09 08:10 AM   #4 
  - My first thought on seeing the trailer was "Detectives of the Caribbean." (nt)  Posteritatis   Dec-16-09 10:03 AM   #8 
  - And the romance between Watson and Uhura seemed totally forced  Orrex   Dec-16-09 11:33 AM   #10 
     - And the tryst between Mrs. Hudson and the Cardassian Ambassador did nothing for the plot.  Rabrrrrrr   Dec-16-09 06:39 PM   #15 
  - Those of us who've actually read Sherlock Holmes stuff knew  Tyrone Slothrop   Dec-16-09 09:58 AM   #7 
  - Interesting--that's news to me.  Orrex   Dec-16-09 11:32 AM   #9 
  - My favorite Holmes characteristic that never seems to be adressed in adaptations:  cemaphonic   Dec-16-09 01:05 PM   #13 
  - The old stuffy proper version of Holmes is no more literary than the Ritchie version.  jobycom   Dec-16-09 02:33 PM   #14 
  - He was actually a bit of a Mary Sue.  DarkTirade   Dec-16-09 06:51 PM   #16 
  - Encyclopedia Brown could totally kick his ass!  Orrex   Dec-16-09 07:50 PM   #17 
  - This version is a little closer to the right age  gratuitous   Dec-16-09 10:16 PM   #18 
  - Right up there with Singer's Superman: The Deadbeat Dad  DerekG   Dec-16-09 11:09 PM   #19 
  - He liked his morphine fix  Tabasco_Dave   Dec-17-09 01:58 AM   #20 

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