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4.4 - The Tragedy of Pargetter Square

Here is where it ends: with a murderer in Pargetter Square, with the detective and a tyrant come face to face in Baker Street, with desperate ambition and wickedness incarnate, with an assassin’s bullet and with old friends working, unknowingly, as one.

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Review By kfb2014 12/24/14 8:22 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
10
First off this is a 4 part 1 hour quartet of drama, based around the idea of what Sherlock Holmes got up to between the unexpected fall down the Swiss Water Feature, and, the Adventures of an Empty House. It is a sort of, authors, idea of what went on.

That said the whole thing is superbly written, and well acted, produced. I have read some reviews of this particular release on line many seem to focus mainly on comparatives to BF and anyone else that has, made, or acted in a Sherlock Holmes production. That I feel is slightly unfair, after all this is a completely new drama, that simply uses the fictional characters of Holmes and ensemble but the actual work is new, and for that should be judged on it own merits.

Lets start with Nicholas Briggs performance of Sherlock, he nails the almost, borderline personality disorderly trait of Doyle's creation which in essence is the main trait of Sherlock. However each actor as always bought to the character elements they have had extruded by director or producers or themselves to the part, so Briggs in true style brings his definition of the incarnation of the character, Briggs is actor whom brings to the part a quality which is unique, and as such he I feel gives us both the cold calculating element, with a good helping detachment. So a big thumbs up for Nick's performance here.

Richard Earl as Watson comes across as possibly the best incarnation of the character I have heard, he, definitely controls the part, and plays it with a quality that almost has the belief that he comes from that era. He seems to actually become Watson, with a control I have not heard.
Review By kfb2014 12/24/14 8:22 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
NR
First off this is a 4 part 1 hour quartet of drama, based around the idea of what Sherlock Holmes got up to between the unexpected fall down the Swiss Water Feature, and, the Adventures of an Empty House. It is a sort of, authors, idea of what went on.

That said the whole thing is superbly written, and well acted, produced. I have read some reviews of this particular release on line many seem to focus mainly on comparatives to BF and anyone else that has, made, or acted in a Sherlock Holmes production. That I feel is slightly unfair, after all this is a completely new drama, that simply uses the fictional characters of Holmes and ensemble but the actual work is new, and for that should be judged on it own merits.

Lets start with Nicholas Briggs performance of Sherlock, he nails the almost, borderline personality disorderly trait of Doyle's creation which in essence is the main trait of Sherlock. However each actor as always bought to the character elements they have had extruded by director or producers or themselves to the part, so Briggs in true style brings his definition of the incarnation of the character, Briggs is actor whom brings to the part a quality which is unique, and as such he I feel gives us both the cold calculating element, with a good helping detachment. So a big thumbs up for Nick's performance here.

Richard Earl as Watson comes across as possibly the best incarnation of the character I have heard, he, definitely controls the part, and plays it with a quality that almost has the belief that he comes from that era. He seems to actually become Watson, with a control I have not heard.
Review By kfb2014 12/24/14 8:22 am
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
10
Reviewer Says:
No previous stories required.
First off this is a 4 part 1 hour quartet of drama, based around the idea of what Sherlock Holmes got up to between the unexpected fall down the Swiss Water Feature, and, the Adventures of an Empty House. It is a sort of, authors, idea of what went on.

That said the whole thing is superbly written, and well acted, produced. I have read some reviews of this particular release on line many seem to focus mainly on comparatives to BF and anyone else that has, made, or acted in a Sherlock Holmes production. That I feel is slightly unfair, after all this is a completely new drama, that simply uses the fictional characters of Holmes and ensemble but the actual work is new, and for that should be judged on it own merits.

Lets start with Nicholas Briggs performance of Sherlock, he nails the almost, borderline personality disorderly trait of Doyle's creation which in essence is the main trait of Sherlock. However each actor as always bought to the character elements they have had extruded by director or producers or themselves to the part, so Briggs in true style brings his definition of the incarnation of the character, Briggs is actor whom brings to the part a quality which is unique, and as such he I feel gives us both the cold calculating element, with a good helping detachment. So a big thumbs up for Nick's performance here.

Richard Earl as Watson comes across as possibly the best incarnation of the character I have heard, he, definitely controls the part, and plays it with a quality that almost has the belief that he comes from that era. He seems to actually become Watson, with a control I have not heard.
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