The Sign Of Four

  • 1983
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Mystery

A boring, inpet remake of the Holmes story. Richardson plays the famed sleuth without much heart, and Healy plays Watson as a buffoon. The two are after an ex-con with a wooden leg and cannibalistic midget. The production is amateurish, and most of the acting is laughable. Surprisingly enough, the sets are quite detailed and have a good period look. It's...read more

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A boring, inpet remake of the Holmes story. Richardson plays the famed sleuth without much heart, and Healy plays Watson as a buffoon. The two are after an ex-con with a wooden leg and cannibalistic midget. The production is amateurish, and most of the acting is laughable. Surprisingly

enough, the sets are quite detailed and have a good period look. It's a shame they were wasted on this nonsense. The film premiered out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival as the first film in a new 13-part Holmes series.

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  • Released: 1983
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: A boring, inpet remake of the Holmes story. Richardson plays the famed sleuth without much heart, and Healy plays Watson as a buffoon. The two are after an ex-con with a wooden leg and cannibalistic midget. The production is amateurish, and most of the act… (more)

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