Ralph Fiennes and Steve Coogan have both played the role of Hades in two separate Greek Myth movies, with Fiennes in the 2010 remake of Clash of the Titans along with its sequel Wrath of the Titans, while Coogan portrayed him in the movie adaptation of Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief. See more »
The film has several deliberate anachronisms, such as the music and "the selfie" with the Queen. See more »
[as Watson cuts Holmes' birthday cake, a runnel of blood drools down the icing - which will later reveal a dead body inside]
Ah. Raspberry jam.
Mmm. My weakness.
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The film opens with a fake quote from a Hannah Montana episode; Season 2, Episode 4. "Logic is the sword by which we slay ancient superstitions. But lo, the heart has its own truths to tell us." See more »
US and international versions have two different pre-title scenes, showing how the pair first met:
In the US release, Watson helps a bullied Holmes when the two are children.
In the international release, Watson attempts suicide above Holmes' garden, where he is growing a large vegetable. Holmes manages to convince Watson not to, although he is actually suggesting alternative methods instead, which Watson misinterprets. Nevertheless, Watson accidentally falls onto Holmes' vegetable.
Never have I ever been so bored, disgusted, and repulsed by a movie. My family and I collectively decided to walk out about an hour in, realizing what a waste of time this film has been. There are so many better movies in theaters right now- please, please, please stay away from this hot garbage.
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