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Sherlock Jr.
Genre: Comedy / Fantasy
Director(s): Buster Keaton
Release Date: 21 April 1924
Movie rating: 8.3
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What is the movie Sherlock Jr. about?
It is a real pleasure to write about a movie this old. Sherlock Jr. was released in 1924 and it is one of the best Buster Keaton movies about Sherlock Jr. He is also the director of the movie, and the writers are Jean C. Havez, Clyde Bruckman and Joseph A. Mitchell. Don't try to do two things at once and expect do justice to both. This is the proverb that this movie starts with, and you can get a clear picture that there is a lot of space for this movie to become one of your favorite ones. The IMDb rating of 8.3 says that people really like it. Keaton plays Sherlock Jr. who is a projectionist, but what the really wants is to become a detective. Also, there is a love story in the movie. He wants to win over a lady that he really likes. You can see him proposing her, but then his rival decides to steal a chain watch that belongs to her father, and that way he basically incriminated him. While projecting a movie, Sherlock Jr. dreams of being a detective and solving the story in the movie that people are watching in the theater. In the end, the girl, played by Kathryn McGuire, learns the truth and blames her father... It is a happy end of a very interesting Sherlock Jr. movie.
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Gladys Holmberg @ 13-Jul-2014 11:54 Report a spam

Though a lot of older movies are being neglected these days, “Sherlock Jr.” definitely isn't a film that could be called obscure. I believe most people at least know of this film with its famous movie-in-a-movie surrealist scene. Still, having previously heard over and over again about the brilliance of this film, I never really understood until I watched it myself. It's not just the dream-story and the surrealism, it's what Keaton does with it and the importance he places on cinema. This movie is even rather unique in using montage in a new way, or showing how much this movie appeals to the imagination as much as an artistic endeavor. Thus, this film itself becomes both wildly imaginative and brilliantly artistic... and best of all, it is indeed very funny! Thus, it becomes a movie for really everyone. It is a rather intelligent and amazing movie, creative and appealing to all the ages and in general a well-done film.

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