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My Most Anticipated Movies of 2011

As we kicked off the new year in cinema, I thought I would take some time to look forward to seeing what films we will make during the year. In this article, I will watch 15 of my most anticipated films of the year. It should be noted now that these are not the films that I think will be the best for 2011. 

On the contrary, they are the ones I am looking forward to the most at the time of this writing. So that you don’t want to be a fuss anymore, here is the most anticipated film of 2011. You can get more information on best movies via https://bechuzi.com/entertainment/top-10-best-movies-of-bollywood-actress-rekha.

Sherlock Holmes 2

Directed by Guy Ritchie

Scriptwriters: Kieran and Michele Mulroney

Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, Naomi Rapas, and Stephen Fry

Publication date: December 16, 2011

Genre: Mystery Action

What it is: Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Dr. Watson unites to outsmart and overthrow their toughest opponent, Professor Moriarty.

Why it should be good: I’m a big fan of Sherlock Holmes. Doyle’s story is my favorite book to this day. I love sherlock.

He’s so bad. However, the film seems to have captured this image quite well. The first is one of the best Sherlock photos I’ve seen. Instead of being described as arrogant, “correct” and very developed English, he is shown with all the rough edges that Doyle used to write it. Even though the film focuses totally on Hollywood, especially in the books, it is a fun adventure and a very entertaining film.

Guy Ritchie is also a very good director. For this reason, and my love for Sherlock, I am thrilled to see Part 2 work, especially if you are Moriarty’s equivalent. Also, I’m excited to see how well Noomi Rapace (Girl With Dragon Tattoo, etc) is doing on her Hollywood debut.

Why It Might Suck: New Author. The original author of the first book did not return, with Kieran and Michele Mulroni taking over. Let’s see how they handle it. Relatively new to writing, the two had previously written Paper Man, which was not well received by critics.