Holmes & Watson (2018)
Will Ferrell: Sherlock Holmes
Holmes : A bit of morning cocaine always helps the brain.
Watson : [referring to Holmes being sick at morgue] Are you sure you wouldn't rather wait here because last time
[gestures vomiting and diarrhea]
Holmes : I told you, that was merely a bout of stomach influenza
Watson : Yes, but the time before that?
Holmes : Bad clams.
Watson : And before that?
Holmes : I shook hands with a prostitute.
Watson : What a perfect day for a picnic at London's greatest spectacle, the Anglo-American Exhibition, a celebration of that special relationship between our nation and yours.
Dr. Grace Hart : Yes, such a special relationship between these two nations. Although, I could never live in a country with an unelected ruler, like the Queen.
Watson : [scoffs] Whyever not?
Dr. Grace Hart : In America we have democracy. Our president is a person our people have all chosen, an assurance that only the finest and most qualified man will lead, not a wealthy tyrant who cares for nothing but himself.
Watson : But you have the electoral college, which surely would prevent some trumped-up charlatan from gaining power.
Dr. Grace Hart : Not always, unfortunately.
Holmes : It would be great to have a strong businessman.
Watson : But a showman as well. I love a good show.
Holmes : America. We gave you your freedom and now look what you've done with it.