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Movie Review of A Study in Pink 社科一邱之梦2011012661 Sherlock Holmes is always my favorite, not ‘one of’ . Since my father had bought me the first book of “complete stories of Sherlock Holmes”, I have read series of books about him. For many of years, Sherlock Holmes has made many books, Movies, even comics and has been played by different actors, including Christopher Lee, Clive Brook, and Holmes in “A study in pink”---- Benedict Cumberbatch., who corporate with Martin Freeman as Dr. John Watson. Since I think I have seen enough words on paper to have a understanding of the Characters, I almost do not watch any film which has relationship with Sherlock. Movies can never be better than books in my point of view, but when I finish watching “A study in pink”, I think my perspective will change in the future. The movie tells a story happened in 2010: A series of people all commit suicide by taking a poisonous pill. the police are sure that there must be a link, which they can’t find out . It was Sherlock Holmes who is the only man can help.The man who has an talented brain and created the job of consulting detective.
Watson (played by Martin Freeman)is a wound and invalided army doctor, who cannot afford the expensive rent any more and wants to find a roommate to share a department. The infamous Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch,’) was introduced to him, who has an extremely strange life style as well as a mind of genius .Knowing him better and becomimg interested in the case, Watson became Sherlock’s assistant.
After a series of incidents, the case became more and more complicated. The person who commit the murder, a taxicab driver, tells Sherlock that his victims took their own lives by playing a game, Sherlock wants to know the reason of the entire case so that he follows the murderer and plays the dangerous game with two pills: one fatally poisonous, the other safe .At the very moment,Watson shoots the "cabbie", and he reveals at last

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