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Audiences never seem to tire of the brilliant Baker Street sleuth and filmmakers equally enjoy coming up with new spins on the well-known yet enigmatic character. Here director Billy Wilder casts a jaundiced eye over the legend. He and star Robert Stephens highlight the great detective's dependence on drugs and his emotional remoteness, but don't neglect to throw in a cracking mystery that takes many surprising twists and turns.
Smart, fast-paced black comedy-thriller about a likeable petty criminal on the run from the cops after a botched robbery.
14+ years 98 mins
A supposed curse that is leading to the death of the Baskerville family at the paws of a ghostly dog requires the sleuthing skills of Sherlock Holmes.
11–16 years 77 mins
Britain's classic Victorian-era detective is here reinvented, being made a martial arts master as well as a genius at deduction.
11–16 years 123 mins
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