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  • Release Date: 26 December 2009 (UK)
  • Runtime: 128 min
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  • Rate: 7.6/10 total 330,720 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Crime | Mystery | Thriller
  • Release Date: 26 December 2009 (UK)
  • Runtime: 128 min
  • Filming Location: Chatham Historic Dockyard, Chatham, Kent, England, UK
  • Budget: $90,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $209,019,489 (USA) (23 April 2010)
  • Director: Guy Ritchie
  • Stars: Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, Rachel McAdams | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Hans Zimmer   
  • Soundtrack: The Rocky Road to Dublin
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | SDDS | DTS
  • Plot Keyword: Partner | Death | Detective | Scotland Yard | Black Magic

Sherlock Holmes (2009) Writing Credits By:

  • Michael Robert Johnson (screenplay) and
  • Anthony Peckham (screenplay) and
  • Simon Kinberg (screenplay)
  • Lionel Wigram (screen story) and
  • Michael Robert Johnson (screen story)
  • Arthur Conan Doyle (characters: Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson) (as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)

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  • After Guy Ritchie signed on as the director, he insisted that the two most common clichés of Sherlock Holmes – the “Elementary, my dear Watson” quip and Holmes’s deerstalker – be dropped entirely. Sherlock Holmes 2009 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Robert Maillet accidentally knocked out Robert Downey Jr. Sherlock Holmes 2009 while filming a fight scene. Sherlock Holmes 2009 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The first Sherlock Holmes film to reach U.S. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Film theaters in over twenty years, since the 1988 comedy Without a Clue (1988) with Michael Caine as Reginald Kincaid/”Sherlock Holmes”. Sherlock Holmes 2009 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Robert Downey Jr. Sherlock Holmes 2009 read many Sherlock Holmes stories and watched The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1984) in order to learn more about the character. Sherlock Holmes 2009 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Guy Ritchie’s first film not to be rated R in the US, to be rated 12 in his native country (UK), and where he has not been part of the writing process. Sherlock Holmes 2009 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Watson’s line to Holmes, “You know that what you’re drinking is for eye surgery?”, is an obscure reference to Holmes’s cocaine usage. Sherlock Holmes 2009 At the time, cocaine was used as a topical anesthetic for eye surgery. Sherlock Holmes 2009 In the stories, Holmes injects cocaine. Sherlock Holmes 2009 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The four symbols referred to in the Film, the Man, the Lion, the Ox and the Eagle, are also attributed to the four Gospels of the Christian Bible: Matthew (Man, the humanity of Christ), Mark (Lion, for courage and for action), Luke (Ox, for strength and perseverance), and John (Eagle, for clarity of sight and for divinity). Sherlock Holmes 2009 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Attempting to escape the clutches of wearing a tight corset every morning, Rachel McAdams would trick the costumers by pushing her stomach out or eating a big breakfast of oatmeal before being laced up. Sherlock Holmes 2009 However, they eventually caught on to her ruse. Sherlock Holmes 2009 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The letters “VR”, visible throughout the film, stand for “Victoria Regina,” the Royal Cypher (monogram) of then-reigning Queen Victoria. Sherlock Holmes 2009 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In the stories, Holmes is described to be an expert in Baritsu. Sherlock Holmes 2009 In the film, however, the martial art that Holmes used is the Wing-Chun Kung Fu (famously used by Ip Man Yee and Bruce Lee). Sherlock Holmes 2009 Robert Downey Jr. Sherlock Holmes 2009 is a practitioner of the art in real life and the fight scene between him and David Garrick at Punchbowl Pit was coordinated with the help of his trainer. Sherlock Holmes 2009 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When Blackwood talks to Ambassador Standish at the secret society meeting, he says America has been weakened by its recent Civil War. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The Civil War ended in 1865, and the Reconstruction was over by 1877, so by 1891 when the film takes place, America was hardly in a weakened state.

Sherlock Holmes (2009) Plot: Detective Sherlock Holmes and his stalwart partner Watson engage in a battle of wits and brawn with a nemesis whose plot is a threat to all of England. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Full summary »  »

Sherlock Holmes (2009) Story: After finally catching serial killer and occult “sorcerer” Lord Blackwood, legendary sleuth Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Dr. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson can close yet another successful case. Sherlock Holmes 2009 But when Blackwood mysteriously returns from the grave and resumes his killing spree, Holmes must take up the hunt once again. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Contending with his partner’s new fiancée and the dimwitted head of Scotland Yard, the dauntless detective must unravel the clues that will lead him into a twisted web of murder, deceit, and black magic – and the deadly embrace of temptress Irene Adler. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Written byThe Massie Twins

Synopsis

Sherlock Holmes (2009) Synopsis: The Film opens with Dr. Sherlock Holmes 2009 John Watson (Jude Law) and Inspector Lestrade (Eddie Marsan) riding in a carriage in the middle of the night. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Sherlock Holmes (Robert Downey Jr.) follows on foot. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He’s in a tremendous hurry – he darts between columns, up and down stairs and around buildings effortlessly – and finally enters a non-descript building.

Once inside, Holmes starts running down a spiral staircase, but pauses when he notices a sentry, waving a lantern and keeping watch. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He analyzes the situation, and plans the moves he will use to take out the sentry, which we see in slow-motion: a hammer blow to the side of the head, then grabbing the sentry by his neck to silence his scream, then dragging his left leg. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Then in real-time, we see Holmes do all of the following at rapid speed before stealing the sentry’s bowler hat. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes continues running down the stairs, until he reaches the basement, where a black magic ritual is taking place. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes hides behind a column to assess the situation again.

In the center of the room, there’s a girl wearing a white dress and lying on a table, while a hooded figure stands over her chanting. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Scattered across the room are several other hooded figures and henchmen. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes begins calculating how to take them out, but is interrupted when a guard comes up from behind him. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He fights with the guard, then Watson shows up and chokes the man into unconsciousness. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They greet each other with amusing banter (their friendship is very much written as a bromance, and come up at several points in the film), where Watson chides Holmes for forgetting to bring his pistol AND forgetting to turn off the stove.

Watson and Holmes race downstairs and attack the henchmen, overpowering most of them while the hooded figure continues the ritual.

Back at the table, the (possibly possessed) girl reaches up for a dagger and makes to stab herself. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes hurries over and stops her just in time. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The hooded figure stops to greet Sherlock by name, and is revealed to be Lord Blackwood (Mark Strong). Sherlock Holmes 2009 As he taunts Sherlock, Watson comes running over, but is stopped by Holmes. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Turns out, Lord Blackwood had some kind of glass knife that would have pierced Watson if he had gotten any closer. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes directs Watson to put his energies into tending the girl, and Lestrade and his men burst in just in the nick of time.

As Blackwood and the henchmen are arrested, Lestrade chides Holmes for not waiting for Lestrade’s orders. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes says that the girl’s parents hired him, so he doesn’t report to Lestrade. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Before Lestrade can retort, a newspaper photographer who wants to take their picture interrupts him. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes throws up an arm and prevents the camera from capturing his face. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Thus, all the credit is given to Lestrade instead.

The credits flash by and consist of newspaper headlines detailing Holmes and Watson’s exploits.

At Baker Street, Watson is treating an elderly patient. Sherlock Holmes 2009 As he dresses, the patient asks about Watson’s plans to move his medical practice to a new headquarters. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson confirms that he is moving, and that he hopes to have the touch of a woman around the place soon. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The patient congratulates him on his (potential – as Watson hasn’t proposed yet) nuptials, before nervously asking if Holmes is moving too. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson says no, but is promptly interrupted by several gunshots that send both men ducking for cover. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The patient leaps up and says that the blasts must be gunfire, but Watson soothes him and tells him that Holmes is probably hanging a picture with nails and hammer. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson ducks out to check on the commotion, and is met by Mrs. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Hudson (Geraldine James). Sherlock Holmes 2009 She tells Watson that Holmes is in a mood, and she hopes that he can calm Sherlock down. Sherlock Holmes 2009 At this point, the elderly patient comes out and is about to talk, when there’s the sound of gunfire again. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson tells Mrs. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Hudson to get the patient a cup of tea, and he’ll go see to Holmes himself. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He also asks Mrs. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Hudson to bring some food to cheer up Holmes.

When Watson walks into Holmes’s study, the entire room is dark. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson comments into the darkness that he knows Holmes is bored, as it’s been awhile since the Blackwood case. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes remarks that he’s trying to figure out a way to silence the sound of gunfire, and Watson sarcastically retorts that it’s clearly not working. Sherlock Holmes 2009 As Watson talks, he goes around opening up the blinds in the room, which causes Holmes to groan painfully.

Watson starts rifling through Holmes’s mail and offers him prospective cases to consider. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes flippantly solves all of them without a second thought. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson also points out that Holmes is in the papers again, as Lord Blackwood is about to be hanged. Sherlock Holmes 2009 We also learn that Watson will be the attending physician at the hanging, as he considers it a good away to conclude his final adventure with Holmes.

Mrs. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Hudson comes in with tea and snacks, points out that the family bulldog is lying immobile on the floor, saying that Holmes has killed the dog, again. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson hurries over to check on the animal, and asks Sherlock what he’s done to the dog now. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes nonchalantly says he was just testing out a new anesthetic.

Nothing seems to be cheering Holmes up, so Watson throws down the mail and tells Holmes that he needs to get out of the house. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He tells Holmes that he’s going to join Watson and his future fiance for dinner at a London hotel. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes begrudgingly agrees.

At an upscale restaurant, Holmes checks his watch several times before Watson and Mary Morstan (Kelly Reilly) show up. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They chitchat, and Holmes’s deductive powers come up. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Mary shows some suspicion at Holmes’s deduction skills. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He points out several details about Watson simply from his walking stick, indicating that he is a decorated army veteran of the Afghan Wars. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Mary asks Holmes to analyze her, over Watson’s objections. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He points out that she’s a governess and has been engaged once before, but likely broke off the engagement because the fiance wasn’t wealthy enough for her. Sherlock Holmes 2009 By this point Mary is starting to be come increasingly uncomfortable with Holmes’s comments, but Holmes doesn’t notice her discomfort or Watson’s warnings. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He just continues rambling on. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He also adds that she’s probably trying to do better this time around – e.g. Sherlock Holmes 2009 finding a doctor to wed. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Mary is extremely offended by his comment, and tosses a glass of wine in his face. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She then tells him that everything he said was true, but her first fiance died. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She then gets up to leave, thoroughly upset by Holmes’s rudeness, and is followed by Watson. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes remains at the table and has his dinner, alone.

Later that night, Holmes fights a much larger man in a boxing ring. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He’s getting pummeled by the larger man, McMurdo, and seems to be losing. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He’s suddenly distracted by the appearance of a white handkerchief at the side of the ring with the initials "IA." He scans the room and sees Irene Adler (Rachel McAdams), who then winks at him. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes makes to leave the rink – to the great disappointment of those cheering him on – but stops when his opponent spits on him.

Using the deductive logic we saw earlier, Holmes figures out how to use the handkerchief and some well-calculated moves to take out his opponent. Sherlock Holmes 2009 We see each move twice: once as Holmes is planning through them, and then in real-time as he executes them: he flicks the handkerchief in front of McMurdo to distract him, then blocks McMurdo’s blind jab and counters with a cross to the left cheek, and Holmes claps his hands over the opponent’s ears, then does an elbow block and one blow to the chest. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes then delivers a cross to the right saw of the jaw that fractures the bone, delivers two more body blows and a right hook to the jaw, and finally a heel kick that sends the opponent crashing out of the ring. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He carries them out with blinding speed to the shock and surprise of everyone in the room. Sherlock Holmes 2009 When the opponent hits the ground, the entire room falls silent in shock, and someone actually says, "Where did THAT come from?" Holmes looks around, and realizes that Irene’s gone. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He takes the money from a bookie and leaves.

Over at Scotland Yard, the prison guards are trying to deal with a potential riot. Sherlock Holmes 2009 In front of Blackwood’s cell, a guard is suffering a seizure, and no one wants to be around him for fear of his black magic. Sherlock Holmes 2009 One of the braver guards asks him what he wants, and he says that he wants to talk to Holmes. Sherlock Holmes 2009 It’s his final request.

Meanwhile, we next see Watson walking up the stairs in a rundown building. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He goes into a room, where we see Holmes under the influence of cocaine, strumming away at a violin. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes greets Watson, and gestures to a bottle of flies that he has trapped. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He tells Watson that when he plays a certain pitch, the flies will fly in a counterclockwise direction. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson sighs and asks him how long it took Holmes to catch the flies, and Holmes admits about six hours or so. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson raises his eyebrows and goes "Really? What if I do this…?" and opens up the lid, letting all of the flies escape. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson then tells Holmes to get up and get decent, as Blackwood has requested to see him.

Watson brings Holmes to the prison. Sherlock Holmes 2009 On the carriage ride over, Holmes attempts to engage Watson in conversation, but Watson rebuffs him. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Finally, Watson punches Holmes in the nose and tells Sherlock that he had already known about Mary’s previous fiance. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They bicker for a while, and finally arrive at the prison.

Most of the guards are afraid of getting too close to Lord Blackwood, so Holmes tells them that he can find his way on his own. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Blackwood greets him, and tells Holmes that he is not done killing just yet. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He warns Holmes that there will be three deaths that will be unpreventable. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He also tells Holmes that trying to stop him will be an extremely futile gesture. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes ignores him, and makes several remarks about Blackwood’s upcoming hanging and makes offhand comments about how even though Blackwood was cunning, his devious plans were going to come into an end. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Finally Holmes leaves without paying much thought to Blackwood’s warnings.

Blackwood is found guilty of murder, and then is hanged, and pronounced dead by Watson.

We next see Holmes dozing in his study. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Irene Adler, cracking walnuts, wakes Holmes up. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She’s brought him food from her travels. Sherlock Holmes 2009 It is obvious the two have met before. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes looks rather unnerved and begins hastily straightening up the place; including slamming a portrait of Irene that he has on his desk facedown. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The two of them banter for a bit, and there’s obviously some kind of romantic chemistry there. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes wryly comments on her con artist talents, and Irene just shrugs it off. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She tells him that she needs him for a case, and hands him an envelope with information and money. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She then gets up to leave, but not before putting Holmes’s portrait of her into an upright position again. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes strums at his violin as she leaves.

Irene runs into Watson at the door, and greets him. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson seems rather stunned, but doesn’t say anything. Sherlock Holmes 2009 We follow Irene down the street, until she gets into a carriage, where she meets with her shadowy employer. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She tells him that she’s sure Holmes will agree to take the case. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Their conversation is interrupted by a street bum who suddenly runs into the side of the carriage. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The carriage driver yells at the bum, who is scared away when the shadowy employer brandishes a wrist-mounted pistol.

At Baker Street, Watson chastises Holmes for falling for Irene. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes denies this, but Watson continues to tease him about this. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson has read the file: a missing red-headed dwarf named Luke Reordan. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He makes some jokes about Irene’s taste in men, and asks Holmes what he was doing. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes starts to explain.

Holmes’s account is told in flashback: Irene leaves the room as Holmes strums at his violin cords, like we saw earlier. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Once she closes the door, Holmes rushes over to the window to see her heading into the street. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson has just passed Irene at the door and has reached the midway landing when Holmes comes running downstairs in a hurry. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson tries to ask Holmes what he is doing, but Holmes is obviously in a hurry, and he doesn’t explain anything to Watson, and steals his coat. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes jumps out the window and crashes on top of the coal shed. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson sighs and closes the window, ignoring Holmes.

Holmes manages to catch up with Irene in another alleyway. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He hides and watches as Irene robs a would-be mugger and steals his wallet and a bouquet of flowers. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He follows her through a circus, picking up small little items on the way to pick up a disguise, careful to avoid being seen. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Leaving the circus, he deliberately runs into the side of the carriage, and is scared off by Irene’s employer with the wrist pistol.

Back in the present, Holmes finishes his story. Sherlock Holmes 2009 As they’re talking, a constable from Scotland Yard(William Houston) comes in and tells them that Lord Blackwood has apparently risen from the grave. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes wants Watson to come with him, but Watson says he needs to visit with Mary. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes obviously wants Watson to come with him, so he berates Watson for not caring about his reputation, saying that no girl wants to marry a man who can’t tell if a man is dead or not. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson finally agrees to go. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They’re taken to the cemetery to meet with Lestrade, where the limestone outside of Blackwood’s mausoleum has shattered. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes examines the scene and licks a piece of the stone and waits as Lestrade and his men bring the coffin out. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Once they open the coffin, the body inside turns out to be that of Luke Reordan.

Watson determines that the victim has been dead for approximately twelve hours. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes takes the man’s watch without anyone noticing, and then tells Lestrade he’ll follow up. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes and Watson leave the cemetery.

Later, Holmes discusses the initials scratched on the watch. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes tests Watson’s deducing skills by having him explain a pair of scratch marks – which Watson correctly deduces as indicating that the owner was a drunk. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson deduces that the initials on the watch, MG, are pawnbrokers’ marks, and quite by coincidence, they see the shop that sold the watch, and they get an address.

Outside the pawnbroker’s place, Watson is approached by a gypsy woman who claims she knows about him and Mary. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He tells the woman to tell him his fortune, and she tells him that marriage is a bad idea, as it’ll consist of Mary growing fat, print wallpaper and doilies. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes solemnly echoes everything she says, and Watson realizes this was a huge setup on Holmes’s part. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He asks if Holmes has no shame, and then – just to spite Holmes – buys an engagement ring for Mary on the spot.

After Watson purchases the ring and Holmes has obtained Reordan’s address, Holmes makes to go in and examine the building. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson tells him he can’t follow, as he has a dinner planned with Mary’s parents. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes looks disappointed but understanding, and goes in alone. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson stands in the street for a minute before sighing to himself, and follows.

Holmes is in the middle of picking the lock on Reordan’s door when Watson just kicks the door in. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They greet each other cheerfully, and go into the room. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes determines that Irene Adler has been by recently. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The room is in shambles, filled with medical equipment and experimented-on animals of various kinds. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson finds a partially burned piece of paper with Lord Blackwood’s watermark – effectively linking Reordan to Blackwood – and Holmes snips the tail off of a experimented-on (and dead) rat. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes also sees a plate with some kind of melted substance and honeycombs.

Holmes is right in the middle of saying that everything fits in with what he’s been thinking, but there was one smell he couldn’t identify – toffee. Sherlock Holmes 2009 It is at this point that two of Blackwood’s henchmen come in, one of them eating a caramel apple (the scent that Holmes was smelling) appear in the doorway, and Watson calls Holmes’s attention to them.

Holmes notes that they’re carrying canisters in their hands, and asks the men if they’re here to burn down the building. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They smile sinisterly and say yes, and then call out for their colleague – an extremely large man named Dredger(Robert Maillet). Sherlock Holmes 2009 Dredger, who only speaks French, asks if there is a problem. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes takes on Dredger while Watson takes on the two smaller thugs.

As they fight, Holmes pauses to catch his breath, and ask for a moment, and Dredger shrugs and politely says it’s not a problem.

The fight comes to a head when Holmes discovers an electricity-powered rod – an early version of a taser – amongst Reordan’s inventions. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes wields it at Dredger, and a slight touch causes enough force to throw Dredger backwards through a wall with the force of a shotgun blast. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Dredger regains his footing, but another zap causes him to fly backwards and crush one of the thugs holding Watson hostage. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Even though Holmes admits that he doesn’t know how it works, he chases Dredger into the street.

Holmes chases Dredger down to a London shipyard. Sherlock Holmes 2009 There’s a half-finished boat in the yard, and the men all look up in interest as Holmes threatens to zap Dredger. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He asks the man who he works for, and the Dredger responds, "You know who", before reaching over and crushing the rod. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Now defenseless, Holmes can only run.

The two men duke it out in the shipyard as Watson follows them in. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (This is the scene you see in the trailer where Dredger has the larger hammer and Holmes has the smaller one). Sherlock Holmes 2009 Through some miscalculations on Watson’s part, the moorings for the boat are released and the half-finished boat falls into Thames. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The scene ends with Watson – having dived to save Holmes from the moving boat – both looking at the half-sunken ship, and Holmes asking "What have you done, Watson?"

Watson and Holmes are next seen sitting in an outdoor holding pen. Sherlock Holmes 2009 It looks like a drying out tank for minor criminals. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson complains to Holmes that all he wanted to do was eat dinner with Mary’s parents, and it becomes a full-on rant about Holmes’s various bad habits. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (It’s the scene in the trailer where Watson complains about Holmes’s mess). Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes tries to deflect Watson, and their argument really seems like that of an old-married couple.

Just as Watson’s about to really get going, a police guard calls Watson’s name and tells him his bail has been posted. Sherlock Holmes 2009 We see Mary standing outside and smiling. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson gets up and Holmes follows, but Holmes is told that bail has only been posted for Watson. Sherlock Holmes 2009 As the gate slams behind Watson, one of the other criminals being held tells Holmes that he better get out soon, as the criminals are getting "hungry".

Scene cuts to a large group of people surrounding something we can’t see. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The guards are worried it might be a riot, but it turns out to be Holmes sitting down with the criminal from earlier, cracking jokes. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The crowd laughs uproariously, before a guard steps in to tell Holmes that his bail has been posted. Sherlock Holmes 2009 When Holmes asks who posted the bail, the guard just says that Holmes has friends in high places. Sherlock Holmes 2009 We see a rich-looking carriage in the distance, where a hand beckons to Holmes. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He steps in, and is told he has to be blindfolded.

The scene cuts to the interior of a large mansion, and Holmes’s blindfold is taken off. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Standing in front of him is Sir Thomas (James Fox) and another associate. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They apologize for blindfolding Holmes, saying they needed to protect their location. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes scoffs a little, and gives a full turn-by-turn account of the route they took, simply based on observations using his other senses. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He then notes the ring on Sir Thomas’s finger, and concludes that they are in the headquarters of the Temple of the Four Orders in St. Sherlock Holmes 2009 James’s Square. Sherlock Holmes 2009 It’s at this point that the Home Secretary Lord Coward (Hans Matheson) steps into the room as well.

The Temple of the Four Orders is a secret society similar to The Illuminati and the Freemasons who practice magic for good. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They tell Holmes that Lord Blackwood was once a member, but they’re having trouble controlling him. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They want the situation resolved, and are willing to put everything they have at Holmes’s disposal. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Lord Coward tells Holmes that as he is the Home Secretary, he has control of the police force. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Sir Thomas tells Holmes that the key to Lord Blackwood’s power is in a book of spells. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He hands a book to Holmes who flips at it disinterestedly. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Thomas says he knows that Holmes doesn’t believe in magic, but it’s important.

Holmes says he’ll help, but not because he wants their resources. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He’s genuinely curious about the situation. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He also points out that Sir Thomas is Lord Blackwood’s father, based on the fact that they have identical physical traits. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Sir Thomas seems stunned, and says that very few people know of the relation. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Sir Thomas conceived Lord Blackwood with one of the women used in their rituals, and Blackwood has been evil since his youth. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes says that given that everyone Blackwood was close to has been killed, he wants to know how long Sir Thomas can last. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The three men look at each other anxiously as Holmes leaves.

Irene Adler finds Holmes trying to get into her hotel room, and hands him a bottle of wine saying, "Here’s something you might be able to open". Sherlock Holmes 2009 As she changes behind a screen and with her back to Holmes, Holmes confronts her about Reordan’s death. Sherlock Holmes 2009 We can see by her expression that she’s very troubled by this news, but she plays it off for Holmes. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes urges her to flee, and she invites him to come along. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He says he can’t, but tells her that she has to go or he’s going to put her in protective custody. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes confronts Irene about the man in the carriage, remarking that he must be a professor – as evidenced by a chalk mark on his collar. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Irene seems completely non-plussed that Holmes has followed her. Sherlock Holmes 2009 We understand that this is a game of chase for both of them, and will always be that way.

Irene pours two glasses of wine and hands Sherlock one. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He gulps it down, and immediately begins to feel dizzy. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He realizes then that the wine was drugged. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Irene chidingly tells him that he shouldn’t have refused to come along, and pulls him onto the bed. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He passes out.

Late at night, as Sir Thomas is bathing at his house, he hears a noise, looks around but dismisses it. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Suddenly, the water starts bubbling, the lights go out, and Blackwood appears. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Sir Thomas tries to turn the water off, but fails. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Blackwood pushes his own father’s hand into the water, and also takes Thomas’s ring. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He dies while Blackwood watches.

Cut back to Irene Adler’s hotel room. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes has been handcuffed to the bed, and has pillow covering his genitals. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Irene has left the key for the cuffs behind the pillow. Sherlock Holmes 2009 A maid comes in and Sherlock tells her that the "key to his release" is behind the pillows, and the maid shrieks and runs out of the room.

Cut to Holmes sitting in a carriage, retelling the story to the constable who had fetched him to Lord Blackwood’s gravesite earlier in the film. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The constable finds the whole thing extremely amusing, and says it’s a good thing that the maid was offended enough to call the police, as it helped Sherlock out of the situation quicker.

They pull up to Sir Thomas’s mansion, and they begin their examination of the body/murder site. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes asks why the water’s been drained, and the constable says it was out of respect. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes sits down and sort of laughs at Scotland Yard’s incompetence. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He tells them to look for a bath powder while he examines the scene.

After the last constable leaves the room, Sherlock begins tapping on the walls, and finally finds a latch that allows him to open up a hidden door. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Behind the door is a small space with magic tools/symbols/etc. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes rifles through the items and picks up two skulls and a book of spells, which he slips into his coat pocket. Sherlock Holmes 2009 As the constables come back into the room, he asks them if they’ve found the powder. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They say yes and he leaves.

Ambassador Standish (William Hope), the ambassador to the United States, arrives at a nondescript building that night. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Standish is greeted by Lord Coward and other members of the Order, who inform him that Sir Thomas is dead. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Coward then tells him that they’re voting on a new leader, and suggests Lord Blackwood. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Standish seems stunned, but Coward says that this is the natural order of things. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Blackwood (according to Coward) is powerful enough to make Britain regain its past glory, including winning back to the US. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Blackwood appears, and says that the US is currently embroiled in the Civil War and is ripe for the taking. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He then sits down in the leader’s chair.

Standish says that he won’t stand for this, and pulls out a gun to fire at Lord Blackwood. Sherlock Holmes 2009 As he fires, Standish bursts into flame, which shocks the other members. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Standish leaps out the window and hits the ground, while Coward urges the other members to drink to their new leader.

Cut to Watson packing up his medical studio. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes sticks his head in and asks if he can use Watson’s study, now that it’s no longer occupied. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson seems a little hurt but agrees, and Holmes carries in a body. Sherlock Holmes 2009 It’s from one of the ruffians from earlier who tried to beat up Watson and Holmes.

They examine the body, and try to figure out where the man has been in the last twenty-four hours. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They determine that he was working out of a meat factory near the Thames, a lead Holmes wants to chase down immediately. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes tells Watson he doesn’t have to come, but deliberately leaves his pistol on the table. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (It’s a callback to the beginning of the Film, when Holmes forgot his pistol and Watson brings it to him). Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson sees the pistol, sighs and follows.

Cut to a boat on the Thames. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes and the boat owner are laughing uproariously while Watson’s struggling with manning the boat. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson complains that they’re not doing anything, but Holmes and the boat owner just laugh at him.

Cut to the men docking near the previously mentioned factory. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes and Watson go inside, and the setup is very similar to the redheaded dwarf’s place. Sherlock Holmes 2009 There’s a lot of scientific equipment, and a biblical quotation that refers to the end.

As Holmes and Watson stalk around, they notice a row of pigs hanging on a line, ready to be chopped into pieces. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They’re interrupted by Lord Blackwood’s voice, who says that he warned Sherlock all of this would happen. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Sherlock and Watson back up against the wall with their weapons brandished, but they can’t figure out where the voice is coming from.

We suddenly see Blackwood’s face in a crack in the wall behind Holmes and Watson, and both men jump, turn around and shoot. Sherlock Holmes 2009 However, Blackwood manages to get away, but not before 1) saying that "she" followed Holmes and Watson and 2) setting off flames. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Cut to a bound and gagged Irene Adler hanging from the pig line, surrounded by flames. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson cautions Holmes that "this game is going to hurt".

Holmes wraps himself in a blanket and races towards Irene. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He throws the blanket around Irene, trying to protect her from the flames. Sherlock Holmes 2009 At the same time, Watson begins fiddling with equipment to get the flames to stop. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He manages to stop the flames, but the line is still headed towards the blades.

Holmes sees a box of scraps, reaches up and throws the scraps in the gears of the line, trying to jam it. Sherlock Holmes 2009 It works for a couple of seconds, but the scraps move and the line continues to move. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes tells Watson to prop Irene up, while he tries to figure out what to do. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson races over, and Holmes grabs a saw and tries to hack away at the chains binding Irene to the line. Sherlock Holmes 2009 It doesn’t work.

They’re only seconds away from the animal-slicing saw now, and Holmes sees a steam pipe. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He tells Watson to turn it on, and he effectively overloads the pipe and brings the line crashing down. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Irene is saved from the saw, only seconds away from being chopped up. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Once freed, she hugs Watson and Holmes, also leaning to kiss Holmes on the cheek.

Watson goes after Lord Blackwood with Holmes following close behind. Sherlock Holmes 2009 As Watson runs, he’s too distracted by the boat leaving, and accidentally trips a line. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He turns around to see Holmes behind him, and yells at Holmes to stop. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Unfortunately, the line has already been tripped, and a series of explosions rips through the building. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson and Holmes are separated by blasts, so Holmes grabs Irene and tries to shield her to the best of ability. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The explosions go on for some time, and Holmes finally blacks out.

When Holmes finally comes to, the constable from earlier (the one that summoned him to Blackwood’s grave and escorted him to Sir Thomas’s murder scene) is shaking him. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He tells Holmes that Lord Coward has utilized his powers and issued a warrant for Holmes’s arrest. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He also informs Holmes that Watson’s doing okay, but Holmes must flee immediately. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes gets up and begins to run.

We cut to Irene Adler dressed and about to board a train. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She asks a conductor if the train is delayed, and he assures her it is not. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She gets into her car, and we see the shadow figure from earlier sitting in a corner, reading a newspaper. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He tells her that the train will leave when he wants it to; He also chides her saying that he hired her to manipulate Holmes’s feelings for her, not to have her succumb to them. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Irene gulps.

Cut to a doctor leaning over Watson in a hospital ward. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson’s asleep, and we can see that he’s severely injured. Sherlock Holmes 2009 We see Mary approach the bed and ask the doctor how Watson’s doing. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The doctor hastily excuses himself, and Mary follows, asking if that’s "the best he can do". Sherlock Holmes 2009 We get a close-up and see that the doctor is actually Holmes in disguise.

Holmes looks guilty and anguished, but Mary gently assures him – without ever acknowledging his identity – that Watson wouldn’t have gotten involved if he didn’t want to. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He saw the whole thing as an adventure. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She tells Holmes that everything’s going to be okay, but he needs to fix it.

Cut to Holmes sitting in the opium room from earlier, thinking over the situation. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He pulls out the bones he collected from Sir Thomas’s, along with the spell book. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes decides that the only way to truly understand the situation is to understand the magic, and attempts to create one of the spells. Sherlock Holmes 2009 His mind wanders in a daze, and he passes out.

Cut to Holmes on the bed, waking up to Irene staring down at him. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She greets him, and then we see that Watson is sitting in the room as well. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson comes over to sit on the bed with him, and they have an awkward moment of not looking each other, grumbling that they’re glad the other is okay. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (It’s very much another bromance moment.) Irene just studies them with amusement.

Watson asks about Holmes’s recreation of the magic (there’re really detailed pentacles and animals drawn all over the floor), and Holmes explains that it allowed him to understand Lord Blackwood’s next move.

* He explains that based on the spell book, spell practitioners will always have a drawing of a pentacle and a cross in the pentacle.* He pulls out a map and says that using the Order’s temple as a center point (the building where the US ambassador was killed), Blackwood’s earlier five victims were all killed at the five points of the pentacle.* The following three victims (following Blackwood’s resurrection) were killed at the points of the cross, and each death corresponded to an animal. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (Each cross point has an animal).* There’s only one cross point left, whose animal is a lion. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Sherlock deducts that the next site is going to be the House of Parliament, as both the House of Commons and the House of Lords are meeting today.

At this point, Sherlock’s explanation is interrupted by the arrival of Lestrade and his men. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Sherlock tells Irene and Watson to escape through a trap door, and hands Watson an envelope with a list of instructions. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes remains to face off with Lestrade.

Cut to Lestrade escorting Holmes in a carriage to the House of Parliament.

Cut to Lord Coward’s office. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Lestrade comes in, and apologizes for interrupting Lord Coward. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Lestrade pulls open a coat and shows a pin with what appears to be the Order’s symbol, and says that he has brought Holmes to Lord Coward to protect the order. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Lestrade accuses Holmes of spreading rumors about the Order, while Holmes retorts that he now knows that being an Order member is how Lestrade managed to become an inspector at Scotland Yard.

Lestrade excuses himself, and Lord Coward begins taunting Holmes. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes manages to close the flue on Lord Coward’s fireplace, before inquiring about Lord Coward’s plans for the Order.

Coward (with his back to Holmes) admits that they only want true believers in the government, but tells Holmes he’ll never figure out how Blackwood, Coward and the Order plan to take out the non-believers.

Holmes scoffs and tells Coward that he’s already figured it out. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He noticed that Coward’s boots were stained with mud when he walked in, and Coward smells like the sewer. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Undoubtedly, they have some kind of setup in the sewers underneath the House of Parliament.

(We cut to a quick scene of Blackwood, Cower and followers anointing a site in the sewers.)

Holmes also adds that he knew Coward was with Blackwood from the beginning. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Coward’s shoes were one of a kind, and Holmes noticed them when he broke up the ritual at the beginning of the Film.

Coward pulls out a gun and turns around to shoot Holmes, but the closed flue has allowed the room to fill with smoke. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He stalks around the room trying to sense Holmes out, but we see that Holmes is actually sitting behind him, smoking his pipe. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes tells him that they have a lot to get done, darts across the room, and leaps out the window.

Once Holmes hits the water, he holds up a pipe and is promptly thrown a rope by Watson, who is waiting in the boat from earlier. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes gets on, and is wrapped in a blanket by Irene.

They discuss what Holmes has figured out regarding the site being in the sewers. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He also tells them that he had worked out with Lestrade on how to get into Lord Coward’s in the first place. Sherlock Holmes 2009 We cut to a flashback of Holmes telling Lestrade what to say/how to act on the carriage, including pretending to be a member of the order.

Following this, Holmes directs them to an entrance for the sewers.

Cut to both Houses of Parliament filing in. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Coward’s examining the scene with a knowing smile.

Cut to Watson, Holmes and Irene in the sewers. Sherlock Holmes 2009 They’re greeted with a device loaded with poison that is set to be released into the vents surrounding the House. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Several men are guarding it, and Watson hurriedly confers with Holmes on what to do, but they’re interrupted by Irene whipping out a pistol and shooting at the men. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson remarks that Holmes’s muse "certainly likes to make an entrance".

The three of them begin brawling with the guards, and they’re only interrupted by the arrival of the French man from earlier. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Irene attempts to shoot at the French man, but only upsets him. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes chides her, and tells her to figure out the device.

Upstairs, Lord Coward announces the return of Lord Blackwood to the disdain and disgust of most of the room. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Blackwood says that they need to join together, and believers will revive England, etc. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Lots of head shaking and disdain follow.

Back downstairs, Irene’s having trouble disarming the device. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She says that it’s been designed in a way that any attempts to stop it will fail. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes and Irene agree that the device is somehow going to be triggered remotely. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson continues fighting.

Upstairs, Lord Blackwood says that all non-believers will perish. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Members of the Order make to stand at the doors and link arms, to prevent everyone else from leaving.

Downstairs, Holmes and Irene agree that the only way is to block the release of the device, pull out the canisters of poison in the device, and set off a remote explosion. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Irene manages to pull the canisters out, and goes racing off into the sewers. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes helps Watson take out more guards, and then chases after Irene.

Upstairs, Lord Blackwood sets off the device, but nothing happens. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Coward looks confused, and Blackwood stalks off to the sewer to find out what’s going on.

Irene continues to race through the sewers, looking for a way out. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes follows behind. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Blackwood notices a blur running past and follows as well.

Irene finally reaches open air, only to discover that she’s somehow ended up on the scaffolding for a partially completed Tower Bridge. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes appears behind her, declares that he wasn’t going to chase her anymore, and tells her to leave.

Irene looks exhausted, and says that she’ll tell Holmes everything. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He replies, "I wish you would". Sherlock Holmes 2009 But before she can speak, she’s interrupted by Blackwood, who pushes Irene off the scaffolding. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She hits another scaffolding piece below, and is knocked out.

Holmes and Blackwood face off, and Holmes tells him that he figured out that all of Blackwood’s "magic" is just well plotted scientific tricks.

* Lord Blackwood didn’t resurrect from the dead – he had a clip on his noose that shifted the weight to his waist.* The limestone outside of Lord Blackwood’s grave wasn’t shattered by supernatural force. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Instead, it was shattered beforehand, and glued together by the honeycomb substance Holmes and Watson saw while going through the redheaded dwarf’s quarters. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (This is why Holmes licked the limestone.)* The Ambassador wasn’t killed by supernatural force. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Instead, the rain showering him was a gas that triggered from the gunpowder fuel when the ambassador fired at Blackwood.* Sir Thomas’s bath powder, when mixed with the metal content from Thomas’s ring, caused the water to boil.* The reason the Order members wouldn’t have been poisoned is because Blackwood had them drink the antidote to the poison after the ambassador was killed. Sherlock Holmes 2009 The antidote was disguised as holy water.

Blackwood congratulates him on figuring it out, and Holmes mentions that he can’t wait to see Blackwood in jail. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Blackwood reaches for a weapon to kill Holmes, but accidentally trips off a scaffolding and falls to his death. Sherlock Holmes 2009 His body is left hanging off of Tower Bridge, which is supposed to be ironic, considering the plans for the original execution.

Holmes goes down to where Irene is, and waits for her to wake up. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She tells him that her original employer is a man named Professor Moriarty, a man who is dangerous and just as smart as Holmes. Sherlock Holmes 2009 She warns him that Moriarty is a very dangerous foe, but Holmes laughs it off. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He then puts handcuffs on her and drops a key down her shirt, a call back to the hotel scene. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He kisses her on the head, and then leaves her on the scaffolding.

Cut to Watson walking down the street with Mary, and Mary asking if Holmes has really reconciled himself to Watson moving out. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson says he has, and gestures to the replacement ring Holmes bought for her – a huge diamond.

They go inside, and Mary seems taken aback to see Holmes hanging from the rafters. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson is non-plussed though, and says that Holmes is too arrogant to kill himself. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He pokes at Holmes, and Holmes awakens. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes explains that he was testing out how Blackwood prevented his death at the first hanging attempt – the clip distributing the weight to the waist. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He asks Watson to cut him down; Watson refuses. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Only after Holmes has explained everything Watson finally cuts Holmes down from the rafters.

Mary notices that the dog is unconscious again, and Holmes says the dog will be fine in a minute. Sherlock Holmes 2009 It’s at this moment that Holmes learns that a piece is missing from the machine Blackwood attempted to use against the House. Sherlock Holmes 2009 He figures out that Moriarty took a piece while Holmes was busy chasing after Irene. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Holmes figures out that Moriarty may be a more dangerous foe than he originally thought. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Watson and Mary leave to go to their new home, and Holmes is left alone to muse over the new case that has been brought before him.

 

FullCast & Crew


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  • Dan Lin known as producer
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  • Joel Silver known as producer
  • Michael Tadross known as executive producer
  • Lionel Wigram known as producer
  • Dana Goldberg known as executive producer (uncredited)

Online Sherlock Holmes (2009) Free Film FullCast & Crew:

  • Robert Downey Jr. Sherlock Holmes 2009 known as Sherlock Holmes
  • Jude Law known as Dr. Sherlock Holmes 2009 John Watson
  • Rachel McAdams known as Irene Adler
  • Mark Strong known as Lord Blackwood
  • Eddie Marsan known as Inspector Lestrade
  • Robert Maillet known as Dredger
  • Geraldine James known as Mrs. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Hudson
  • Kelly Reilly known as Mary Morstan
  • William Houston known as Constable Clark
  • Hans Matheson known as Lord Coward
  • James Fox known as Sir Thomas Rotheram
  • William Hope known as Ambassador Standish
  • Clive Russell known as Captain Tanner
  • Oran Gurel known as Reordan
  • David Garrick known as McMurdo
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Supporting Department

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  • Patricia Regan known as makeup artist: New York
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  • Julia Wilson known as hair artist: second unit
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  • Amy Byrne known as crowd hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Amy Byrne known as crowd makeup artist (uncredited)
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  • Charlotte Rogers known as crowd hair/makeup artist: daily (uncredited)
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  • Nicola Springall known as crowd makeup trainee: dailies (uncredited)
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  • Toni Barton known as assistant art director: New York
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  • Netty Chapman known as standby art director
  • Jamie Churchouse known as supervising plasterer
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  • Temple Clark known as storyboard artist
  • Chris Clarke known as standby art director: second unit
  • Liz Colbert known as graphic artist
  • David Conway known as dressing propman
  • Stephen Conway known as dressing propman (as Steve Conway)
  • Charlotte Crosbie known as set decorating coordinator
  • Sean Daly known as fine artist
  • Laura Dishington known as graphic designer
  • Gabriela Dolenska known as art department coordinator
  • Simon Duric known as storyboard artist
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  • Peter Fentem known as property storeman
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  • Claire Fleming known as art department assistant
  • Julia Goldman known as journeyman scenic: New York
  • Robert Griffon Jr. Sherlock Holmes 2009 known as prop master: New York (as Bobby Griffon)
  • Bruce Lee Gross known as leadman: New York (as Bruce Gross)
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  • Sophie Tyler known as assistant set decorator
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  • John Whitby known as carpenter (uncredited)
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  • 10 Twenty Two Casting  extras casting (uncredited)
  • 2020 Casting  extras casting (uncredited)
  • Air Lyndhurst Studios  music recorded at (uncredited)
  • American Humane Association, The  monitored some of the animal action: AHAD 01620 (as American Humane)
  • Angels the Costumiers  costumier (uncredited)
  • Arion Facilities  VistaVision dailies (uncredited)
  • Associated Newspapers Archive  with thanks to (as Associated Newspapers Ltd.)
  • Audiolink Radio Communications  walkie talkies/mobiles (uncredited)
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies (uncredited)
  • Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust  with thanks to
  • Cliveden Country House Hotel  with special thanks to
  • Corporation of London Film Office  with thanks to (as City of London Film Office)
  • Crossness Engines Trust, The  with special thanks to
  • Dakota Music Services  music preparation (uncredited)
  • Digital Media Services (DMS)  digital asset management
  • First Unit Caterers  caterer
  • Flying Pictures  aerial filming services provided by (uncredited)
  • Fugitive Studios  end credits by
  • Gadbury Casting  extras casting (uncredited)
  • Gallagher Entertainment  insurance (uncredited)
  • Goldcrest Post Production London  sound post-production (uncredited)
  • Hatfield House  with thanks to (as Hatfield House, Hertfordshire, UK)
  • Helen Uffner Vintage Clothing  vintage clothing rentals (uncredited)
  • Henry's International Cuisine  catering: New York (uncredited)
  • International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE)  this picture made under the jurisdiction of (as I.A.T.S.E.)
  • Internationale Filmproduktion Blackbird Zweite  acknowledgement: is the author and creator of this motion picture for the purposes of copyright and other laws (as Internationale Filmproduktion Blackbird Zweite GmbH & Co. Sherlock Holmes 2009 KG)
  • Kodak  motion picture products
  • Lightnin' Production Rentals  transportation equipment (uncredited)
  • Liverpool Film Office  with thanks to
  • London Session Orchestra, The  orchestra (uncredited)
  • Mad Dog Casting  extras casting (uncredited)
  • Manchester Town Hall  with thanks to
  • Mayor of New York City  with thanks to
  • Midnight Digital  dailies (uncredited)
  • Motion Picture Merchandise (MPM)  crew gift
  • Film Lot, The  unit security
  • NYPD Film and TV Unit  with thanks to (as NYPD Film & TV Unit)
  • New Line Records  soundtrack (uncredited)
  • New York City Mayor's Office of Film, Theater & Broadcasting, The  with thanks to (as NYC Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting)
  • New York Film Commission, The  with thanks to (as New York City Film Commissioner)
  • New York State Governor's Office for Motion Picture & Television Development  with thanks to
  • P S TECHNIK  camera equipment provided by (uncredited)
  • Panalux  film lighting (uncredited)
  • Panavision UK  camera and lenses by (as Panavision)
  • Pepper Post Production  sound post-production (uncredited)
  • Pepper Sound  sound re-recording facility (uncredited)
  • Pivotal Post  Avid HD editing equipment provided by (uncredited)
  • Production Copier Company  production equipment and services (uncredited)
  • Prologue Films  main titles designed and produced by
  • Ray Knight Casting  extras casting (uncredited)
  • Silicon Imaging  camera equipment provided by (uncredited)
  • Sony Classical  soundtrack (uncredited)
  • Sony Music Entertainment  soundtrack (uncredited)
  • Symbolic & Chase  jewellery provided by
  • Take 2 Film Services  camera equipment provided by (uncredited)
  • The Cliveden National Trust  with thanks to (as National Trust, Cliveden)
  • Translux  facilities (uncredited)
  • WaterTower Music  soundtrack album on (as Watertower Music)
  • Westminster Special Events Office  with thanks to (as Events Office, Westminster City Council)

Sherlock Holmes (2009) Distributors:

  • 20th Century Fox (2009) (Malaysia) (theatrical)
  • Columbia TriStar Warner Filmes de Portugal (2009) (Portugal) (theatrical)
  • Golden Village Pictures (2009) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • InterComFilm (2010) (Romania) (theatrical)
  • Sandrew Metronome Distribution Sverige AB (2010) (Sweden) (theatrical)
  • Sandrew Metronome Distribution (2010) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • Village Films (2010) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Entertainment (2009) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (2010) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (2010) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (2010) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (2010) (France) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (2009) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (2010) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (2010) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Sherlock Holmes 2009 (2009) (USA) (theatrical) (distributed by) (A TimeWarner Company)
  • Argentina Video Home (2010) (Argentina) (DVD)
  • Argentina Video Home (2010) (Argentina) (video) (Blu-ray)
  • Argentina Video Home (2012) (Argentina) (DVD) (Warner Home Video Colección Premium)
  • Argentina Video Home (2012) (Argentina) (DVD) (double feature with "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows")
  • Audio Visual Entertainment (2010) (Greece) (DVD)
  • Film1 (2011) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • Home Box Office (HBO) (2010) (USA) (TV)
  • Turner Network Television (TNT) (2012) (USA) (TV)
  • Warner Bros. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Entertainment Finland (2010) (Finland) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Warner Home Video (2010) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2010) (Germany) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Warner Home Video (2010) (UK) (DVD)
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  • Warner Home Video (2010) (Netherlands) (DVD)
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  • Warner Home Video (2010) (Sweden) (DVD)
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  • Warner Home Video (2010) (USA) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2010) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Warner Home Vidéo (2010) (France) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Vidéo (2010) (France) (DVD) (Blu-ray)

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  • Jay Mallet known as motion control cameraman: The Visual Effects Company (as Jay Mallett)
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  • Jason McDonald known as previz artist
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  • Richard Perry known as previz artist
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  • Sarah Tulloch known as visual effects coordinator (as Sarah L. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Smith)
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  • Day Yargici known as visual effects 2d artist (as Duygu Gun Yargici)
  • Anastasios Agiakatsikas known as compositor (uncredited)
  • Antony Allen known as paint & roto artist (uncredited)
  • Szvák Antal known as visual effects coordinator: Cube Effects (uncredited)
  • Matthew Baker known as digital restoration (uncredited)
  • Manjusha Balachandran known as render support (uncredited)
  • Dave Bannister known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Angela Barson known as visual effects supervisor: BlueBolt (uncredited)
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  • James Braid known as technology: Double Negative (uncredited)
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  • Huseyin Caner known as lead cyber technician (uncredited)
  • Helen Carr known as paint & roto artist (uncredited)
  • Ronan Carr known as paint & roto artist (uncredited)
  • Jacob Clark known as senior effects technical director: Framestore (uncredited)
  • Rebecca Clay known as paint & rotoscoping supervisor (uncredited)
  • Sean Coonce known as compositor (uncredited)
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  • Graham Day known as digital compositor: Framestore (uncredited)
  • Ana Mestre de Almeida Pereira known as compositor: Double Negative (uncredited)
  • Richard Edwards known as data operator: Framestore (uncredited)
  • Kate Ellis known as matchmove artist (uncredited)
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  • Zoltán Fiedler known as matchmove artist: Cube Effects (uncredited)
  • Dániel Forgács known as matchmove supervisor: Cube Effects (uncredited)
  • Ivan Girard known as digital matte painter (uncredited)
  • Kyle Goodsell known as digital compositor: Framestore (uncredited)
  • Azzard Gordon known as visual effects artist: Double Negative (uncredited)
  • Charlotte Gray known as digital restoration (uncredited)
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  • Mai Gray known as digital paint & roto artist: Framestore (uncredited)
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  • Pete Hanson known as studio manager (uncredited)
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  • Guy Hauldren known as 3D scanning (uncredited)
  • Karsten Hecker known as film mastering engineer (uncredited)
  • Aeon Henderson known as compositor: double negative (uncredited)
  • Winnie Ho known as prep artist (uncredited)
  • Pete Howlett known as digital compositor (uncredited)
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  • László Kondor known as junior pipeline technical director: Cube Effects (uncredited)
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  • Charlie Lovett known as pre-visualization artist (uncredited)
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  • Ian Mathews known as paint and roto artist (uncredited)
  • Dolores McGinley known as digital artist (uncredited)
  • Dan McRae known as senior paint and rotoscope artist (uncredited)
  • Paul McWilliams known as environment technical director (uncredited)
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  • Steven Moor known as lighting technical director (uncredited)
  • Per Mørk-Jensen known as compositor: Double Negative (uncredited)
  • James P. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Noon known as tracking (uncredited)
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  • Conrad Olson known as paint & roto artist (uncredited)
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  • Jose A. Sherlock Holmes 2009 Ortiz Jr. Sherlock Holmes 2009 known as visual effects artist: Prologue (uncredited)
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  • Stuart Penn known as senior modeller: Framestore (uncredited)
  • Caroline Pires known as senior paint and roto artist (uncredited)
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  • Brett Reyenger known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Dave Robinson known as systems engineer (uncredited)
  • Rhys Salcombe known as additional modelling: Double Negative (uncredited)
  • Markus Schneider known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Aatesh Shah known as systems engineer: Framestore (uncredited)
  • Prateep Siamwalla known as tracking (uncredited)
  • Henrik Soder known as body tracker (uncredited)
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  • Mary Swinnerton known as modeller: Framestore (uncredited)
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  • Tim Warnock known as matte painter: Double Negative (uncredited)
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