Synopsis: After finally catching serial killer and occult "sorcerer" Lord Blackwood, legendary sleuth Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Dr. Watson can close yet another successful case. But when Blackwood mysteriously returns from the grave and resumes his killing spree, Holmes must take up the hunt once again. Contending with his partner's new fiancée and the dimwitted head of Scotland Yard, the dauntless detective must unravel the clues that will lead him into a twisted web of murder, deceit, and black magic - and the deadly embrace of temptress Irene Adler.
Main Features: I only remember one thing from first seeing this incarnation of "Sherlock Holmes," and that is the dynamically entertaining chemistry that stars RDJ and Jude Law have. Aside form that, it was going through motions in a standard Guy Ritchie film--tone, visual style and direction were all what we've seen him do before. The story? Not that appealing. Mark Strong an effective yet unmemorable villain. And Rachel McAdams looking so out of place in this. That's what I remembered. Upon rewatching this UHD set, it still strikes as very average (especially when the stupendous BBC series "Sherlock" was waiting in the wings). The chemistry for both leads is still there, but the movie is still just an exercise in what is limited in a particular director's toy box.
Bonus Features: No extras. Zip, zilch, nada.
Final Call: Extras or no extras, "Sherlock Holmes" goes through elementary motions as a film in a so-so UHD presentation.