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The Great Game (Sherlock S01E03) : Download Sherlock Holmes movie

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All the world is reading Dr. John Watson’s blog about his adventures with Sherlock Holmes, stunned at the doctor’s revelation that the great detective couldn’t care less whether the Earth goes around the sun or vice versa.

But then a massive explosion rocks central London, heralding a deadly game of wits between a criminal mastermind and his archrival, Sherlock.

The first challenge involves a boy who drowned under suspicious circumstances twenty years earlier. The only clue Sherlock has is the boy’s pair of sneakers. Next, he is faced with an abandoned car splattered with a missing man’s blood. Then, it’s a TV makeover celebrity who had a gardening “accident.” And how about a corpse by the Thames that is somehow connected to a recently rediscovered Vermeer painting? Solve that one before the count of ten, Sherlock!

After the “Vermeer” dealer confesses that the perpetrator behind this case — and presumably the others — is the notorious criminal mastermind Moriarty, Sherlock arranges a meeting with his archenemy. The bait is a flash drive with stolen missile plans recovered in an errand for Sherlock’s spy brother, Mycroft. At the appointed place, Watson unexpectedly shows up. Is he, in fact, Moriarty?! Apparently not, because he’s been strapped with explosives and now reads a message from the mastermind, who then appears.

It turns out that Moriarty is the IT guy who’s been dating Molly, the pathologist at St. Bart’s Hospital. Off hours, he is the world’s foremost consulting criminal. “I’ve given you just a teensy glimpse of what I’ve got going on out there in the big bad world,” he tells Sherlock. But their meeting is a cliffhanging standoff, since Sherlock is aiming a pistol at Moriarty, Moriarty’s unseen accomplice is aiming a rifle at Sherlock, and Watson’s discarded suicide belt lies primed for detonation.

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PRODUCTION CREDITS

Written by

Mark Gatiss

Co-Created with

Steven Moffat

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