Sherlock and Watson travel back to Victorian England, solving the case of the Abomnable Bride.

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Sherlock and Watson travel back to Victorian England, solving the case of the Abomnable Bride.

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1 January 2016 (USA)  »

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Another great work with mystery, excellent script, touches of humor, and big players
1 March 2016 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

"Sherlock: The Abominable Bride " is the best of the series: With a supernatural touch, Watson himself believes the explanation for the killings is the ghost of the bride who commits suicide from a balcony, Sherlock reminds us of one of his slogans to solve the mysteries: "once you discard the impossible, the truth is".

In this episode recovers very important "Mycroft," that many of the secondary characters refer to as the clever brother Sherlock, (Son magnificent scenes "Mycroft" betting against "Sherlock" by his death from obesity), and is who puts you on the track of mystery.

Martin Freeman is superb as the best "Watson" we know. It is not limited to being a secondary, but exerts best and only friend "Sherlock". The scene in which the two are watching at night and Watson wants to have a normal conversation with a friend is a great quality and ingenuity of huge script. And "Watson" in the episode is very happy because he realizes that Sherlock detail has been overlooked it related to a woman..

Madame Watson also has some of the best scenes reserved. And just great leaps in time / space between Sherlock nineteenth century, which imagines the future and Sherlock XXI century needs to, solve the case of the abominable woman to understand how Moriarty is back. As a result we are seeing some magnificent dialogues between Sherlock and his nemesis Moriarty.

In short, another great work with mystery, excellent script, touches of humor, and big players.


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