BBC Sherlock has got one feature that I liked in particular: stunning, absolutely breath-taking cinematography. The photography, the transitions, the angles, the choice of shots - there was thought invested into every single second of this series.
I picked up those I liked the most, out of countless gorgeous moments. That, the music, the acting - all of this make the cinematography that make BBC Sherlock into a perfect piece of work.
Seriously, it’s like a series of incredibly gorgeous movies.
Let’s do deductions.
Client left this when I was out, what do you reckon?
a scientific analysis of the molly hooper kiss
- Moffat said, “We knew what we wanted to do with Moriarty from the very beginning. Moriarty is usually a rather dull, rather posh villain so we thought someone who was genuinely properly frightening. Someone who’s an absolute psycho.”
Actually the best post ever.
Legit almost started dancing
especially ‘no rush’ part X)
Steven Moffat, will take your brain. He will feed it cookies, pet it, make it feel at ease and at home. All of a sudden, just as your brain is adapted to it’s home, he will rip your brain out, without warning, and place it somewhere completely different, somewhere your brain will become completely confused and frustrated. It will be lost. And so the cycle continues…
till season 3 in 2013!
I cried while watching The Reichenbach Fall episode last night.. Damn you and your acting skill mr Freeman… Season 3 please comes faster you twat :’|