THR have announced more conjecture on Star Wars. SHOCKING!
I, Anna features tremendous performances by its leads, but this is not enough to sustain the viewer through a lackadaisical and uninteresting plot. Initially intriguing but ultimately forgettable, the film is never as thrilling, meaningful or insightful as it would like to be. Although it calls itself Film Noir, I, Anna is somewhere closer to beige.
Sorry, Robert Downey Jr., we went for the other guy with a ludicrously high number of syllables in his name
The unsolved mystery regarding the identity of Jack the Ripper has plagued mankind for decades. You know who might have stood a shot at solving it? Sherlock Holmes. Cue ‘Murder By Decree’, which tosses the famous detective into the fray and gives us an elementary solution to the unsolvable murders…
Did you ever want to be an astronaut? What about a superhero? Did Harry Potter leave you wishing you could be a wizard? Well, luckily for you that’s never going to happen, and, as such, you’re never going to have to discover just how boring life as an Auror can be with no Voldemort to fight. For anyone growing up idolising famous movie doctors, scientists or police officers, however, disappointment is only one successful application away.
A character who happens to be called Sherlock Holmes, a character who happens to be called Dr Watson and a man who happens to be allowed to direct films have once again stumbled together in a sequel to the least faithful adaptation of all time. Still, it’s not as bad as the last one. Quite.