Entering into a robust fraternity of cinematic triumphs that includes highlights such as Gotti and Bucky Larson: born to be a star, The New Comedy of Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly Holmes & Watson has joined the celebrated pantheon of films that detonated 0 percent of "rotten" in screenwriter Rotten Tomatoes. For those unfamiliar with the site system, this means that not one of the 15 critics surveyed by the merits of the film said that it is worth the 89 minutes of their life that would take to watch, which makes him a true antimony .Paddington 2 situation.
Now, obviously, are the first critical days for the tribute to Arthur Conan Doyle directed by Etan Cohen, especially because Sony Pictures – for some reason – refused to make the first views of the film for the press. So there may be some professional reviewer somewhere out there who is making slow gestures on his "Actually, it's very good!", Although the almost equally somber display of the film in the metric "Audience Score" generally does not forgive us a lot of hope.
If you have lost, you can check out the fair part "F" of Ignatiy Vishnevetsky's movie for us here. Here is a brief excerpt to water the old whistle:
"At least it's in focus" is the lowest form of tremendously weak praise someone can give to a movie. But Holmes & Watson nor does it gain this distinction. You can call it a flaw at almost every level – that is, whether the film already gave the impression that it was trying to succeed.