Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes Movie Review
ddttrh.info: Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes: Tom and Jerry: Movies reviews; ASIN: BN1Z70Q; Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91, in Movies & TV. In this film, Tom and Jerry must help Sherlock & Watson uncover the mystery of some stolen jewels. Sadly, this is yet another "Tom and. Critic Reviews for Tom And Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes this is both a fine Tom and Jerry cartoon and a decent Sherlock Holmes movie.
Holmes and Watson leave to find the shop where the button came from, while Tom and Jerry are left to take Red to Holmes' flat. The police believe Red is behind the crimes and offer a reward for the one who finds her. Butch and Droopy move in to take the case and race to see who gets it.
Butch then bumps into Tom, Jerry and Red. They begin a tiring chase and Tom drops a lantern on Butch's head. They run to St.
Paul's Cathedral and are let in by Jerry's brother Tuffy. Tuffy and Red escape but Tom and Jerry hide in the organ. Droopy and Butch then play a song on it and send Tom and Jerry flying out of the cathedral.
Tom catches his back in a pitchfork and Jerry informs Tuffy and Red that the cats are inside the pub, The Twisted Lip. Red distracts the cats while guiding Tom, Jerry and Tuffy to the cats, the former getting punched in the face on the way by a customer for bringing his drink to a different customer. Although the cats escape in time and kidnap Jerry, Tom follows them and rescues Jerry, except for the diamond.
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They are sent flying again, and Jerry lands to safety, but Tom lands on another pitchfork. The trio follow the cats to a graveyard and find the diamond. However, the mysterious horseman from previously gets there before them but Jerry secretly steals a key.
Red decides to go to her friend's place, who is a professor. Red is brought in by the professor but accidentally bashes Tom in the face with the door, leaving him, Jerry and Tuffy locked outside. They then see Butch and Droopy coming their way and hide in a stable. I'm still wondering, though.
Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes : DVD Talk Review of the DVD Video
Why Tom and Jerry? The staple for random team-ups has always been the Scooby-Doo franchise, as those goofy heroes had more than their share of chance encounters, teaming with Batman and Robin, the Harlem Globetrotters, the Three Stooges, Sonny and Cher, and Charles Mans A string of diamond thefts is plaguing London, and soon enough, master detective Sherlock Holmes and his trusted sidekick Dr.
Watson are put on the case, along with their new friends, a plucky mouse and a grumpy cat. As the team investigates the growing mystery, and its links to a beautiful lounge singer, Red, there seems to be a growing feeling that there's more behind the string of thefts than your ordinary jewelery thievery, as is evidenced by the theft of "The Star of Punjab," a huge, impossibly valuable diamond. As the evil Professor Moriarty machinates one of his grandest schemes, it's up to the crack team to put the pieces together, defeat the villainous cat-burglar henchmen, and stop Moriarty in his tracks.
The movie begins when a gang of nefarious jewel thieves are wreaking havoc across London. Having just lifted the famous 'pink diamond,' the local authorities are under pressure to bring them to justice. Enter Sherlock Holmes voiced by Michael Yorkwho, with some help from his assistant, Jerry the mouse, will wind up involved in this case.
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Jerry delivers to Holmes a letter from a woman named Miss Red, a singer dealing with a nasty case of blackmail and who would like the detective's help. He obliges and invites Jerry along to help him out - and also invites Tom along as well, despite the fact that he knows full well how these two are often at one another's throats.Johnnie Torch Reviews: Tom & Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes (Mild Spoilers)
After meeting Miss Red and doing some preliminary investigative work, he ascertains that Miss Red's blackmailer has to be related to the jewel thieves and somehow traces all of this back to Moriarty played by Malcolm McDowellhis old arch enemy. With their sites now set on bringing Moriarty in, Holmes and Watson decide to take one approach to the investigation while Tom, Jerry and Miss Red take a decidedly different path - and the race is on.
At roughly fifty minutes in length, this doesn't really qualify as the 'feature' it's been advertised as, but the running time goes by quickly and never feels padded, which is something that extending the fairly flimsy storyline to ninety minutes probably would have resulted in.
The pacing is quick, with plenty of sight gags and animated slapstick on display to keep even the most inattentive interested in the movie and the content should certainly appeal to viewers of all ages. The material, as you could probably guess, is geared towards kids and aside from some of the goofy cartoon violence that the long running series is known for, there's no reason it shouldn't go over well as family viewing material.