Jul
25
2014

Reblogged from onthelosingside :

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Jul
25
2014

Reblogged from finalproblem :

"There are some disappointments, many of them in the look of the thing. This Holmes absolutely loves mobile phones and text messaging. In several sequences the screen is covered in subtitle-style text showing us the messages being sent or received. Indeed, in the first instance we see several phones all receiving the same message at the same time, the legend “Wrong!” rising from each in unison. This might be a pretty economical way of avoiding endless cut-aways to cellphone screens, but it is inherently distancing and will, I think, date rather badly. Score one against director Paul McGuigan."

a review from just before the original premiere of A Study in Pink four years ago

Jul
25
2014

Reblogged from bennyslegs :

Johnlock  +  are you sure you’re not flirting (Part 3 / ?)

Jul
25
2014

Reblogged from cumber-porn :

incurablylazydevil:

 🎂 pining John for piningjohn 🎂

Jul
25
2014
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24
2014
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24
2014

Reblogged from bbcatemysoul :

ivyblossom:

Obvious, but: this is especially poignant because they weren’t on speaking terms at the time. I mean John prettied himself up and had been on his way back to Sherlock when he was abducted, but I don’t think Sherlock knew about that. The last words John said to him before this moment appear to have been “Fuck off.” And Sherlock accepted that.

You may not want me in your life anymore, John Watson, but there’s no way I’m going to let you die.

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Jul
24
2014

Reblogged from prettyarbitrary :

prettyarbitrary:

Sherlock Holmes + Murderous looks.

GOD, I love him when he’s being a ruthless asshole.

We’ve come so far from our roots.  I feel like we tend to forget about him stepping on a dying dude’s bullet wound to torture information out of him.

maybe you do

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Jul
24
2014

Reblogged from benedictatorship :

ivyblossom:

sherlock + looking at john (series 3)

Ha! I thought this was this “Sherlock is no longer a completely rational actor” set.

He had so many big feels in series 3 that influence his decisions and behaviour. Terror, contrition, overwhelm, anxiety, affection, love, and the grand finale:

Well, this is a neat solution. Yes. Obviously! I’ll take the fall, I’ll shoot this villain for you, John. You’d do it for me. You have done, in fact. You offered to die for me countless times. This will end me, there’ll be no getting out of it, and Mycroft will abandon me, but it’s worth it. You thought my party tricks were worth dying for? You had it all wrong, John. John Hamish Watson. Hahahha! Your middle name is so funny. I love it. Hamish. Alright, give me that damn gun, let’s get this rash act over with. Think fondly of me when I’m gone, won’t you, John? Imagine me out there somewhere, fighting crime, being brilliant. Hopefully you’ll never find out the truth. As long as you don’t know I’m dead, I’ll live forever.

Aim and…fire. No regrets. None whatsoever.

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Jul
24
2014

Reblogged from graceebooks :

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Jul
23
2014

Reblogged from thebritishteapot :

Embarrassing nicknames.

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Jul
23
2014
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22
2014

Reblogged from valeria2067 :

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Jul
21
2014
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21
2014

Reblogged from loudest-subtext-in-television :

cumbersomebuttocks:

Moffatt has pretty much negated every possible sexuality or lack thereof for Sherlock.

Moffatt has said "I don’t think there is anything that suggests Sherlock is gay".

He has also said "He wouldn’t be living with a man if he thought men were interesting" and that his celibacy is "…the choice of a monk, not the choice of an asexual."

And of course recently, there was the quote where Moffatt said of Benedict’s portrayal of Sherlock: I find no women attractive, but they’d better fancy me!”

So, apparently he is not attracted to women or men but he is also not asexual. So (as if we didn’t know this), Moffatt is a lying liar who lies, and all we can go on is the subtext of the show.

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