Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Comedy, Crime, Period and Historical
Arthur Conan Doyle’s creation has been adapted for the screen many, many times through the ages, from silent film to the present day, including a recent TV mini-series, an animated film version, and various spin-offs – it has been estimated that Sherlock Holmes may be the most prolific character in the history of cinema. In this incarnation, which spoofs the renowned detective and his trusty sidekick, the duo have four days to solve a case posed by their infamous nemesis Moriarty – otherwise he has resolved to kill the queen! ‘Holmes & Watson’ provides a fresh spin on the character, full of the film's stars' trademark silly, slapstick humour, gently parodying the character and the attitudes of the period.
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Spy spoof which sees the sole surviving British operative tasked with reclaiming the Crown Jewels after they’re stolen from the Tower of London.
7–14 years 86 mins
Much-loved, brilliantly zany Mel Brooks comedy about Dr Frankenstein's grandson.
11+ years 101 mins
Spoof version of the famous Sherlock Holmes story, with the inept Dr Watson stumbling across not a huge hound but chihuahuas loose on the moors.
7–14 years 71 mins
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