I think I would have been perfectly satisfied with a Henry Cavill Sherlock Holmes film
Enjoyable enough although predictable and annoyingly cliché at times. Not a fan of the looking into the camera shtick. The enigmas were Dora the Explorer level (pity), which makes me think this was made for children more than for adults.Liked the dynamic between Enola and Lord Tewkesbury (plus well acted roles). No comment on the phenomenal cast, love 'em all.Would watch a sequel.
It was so bad. I dont know why it had such good reviews. There was no sherlock element in the whole movie. Waste of time really.
Better than i expected, especially considering the negative comments given by some people here. No, it's not a Sherlock Holmes movie - the title gives that away - so don't expect too much from the master sleuth. Cavill is good in that role, but the draw here is Millie Bobby Brown who is terrific as Enola. She gives the film the spark and zest it needs, even when the narrative falters. A sequel would be welcome, with or without Sherlock and his annoying brother Mycroft.
THIS MOVIE IS JUST SO MUCH FUN!! (◕◡◕:cherry_blossom:) I came for the stacked cast and because I'm a sucker for lighter period pieces. Henry Cavill is such a delight as Sherlock (I am looking DIRECTLY at it (º﹃º ) ), Sam Claflin is surprisingly convincing in the stereotypical uptight Mycroft role (I had to get out of the Finnick Odair headspace, oops), but the real joy is seeing Millie Bobby Brown shine as a lead. Newcomer Louis Partridge is ADORABLE too; their on-screen chemistry was great.
Once I got used to the constant breaking of the fourth wall (like, this was Dora the Explorer levels of fourth-wall breaking), it's such a fun watch. I'm trying to think of another adjective for fun, please bear with me. The jokes landed, and I was constantly giggling at Enola's interactions with all of the characters. Honestly, it just makes me want to read the books that this is based off of. While the plot is predictable at times, I think it stands well for a younger audience, which leads me to my next point: why was this rated PG-13? I would compare this movie to Emma Roberts' 2007 Nancy Drew film, which was rated PG and had the same vibes, just in a modern setting. In Enola, there's no cursing at all, and any intense scenes are few and far between, to the point that I would think it wouldn't have been too difficult to rewrite for a PG rating. Like, SPOILER: I was NOT expecting to see that one guy clonk his head and die like that. LMAO. AND THE GRANDMA SHOOTING MY BOY POINT BLANK? BRO. Either way, it's not really a complaint from me, just a note that this movie definitely is yearning to be a family feature, but not quite getting there if you have younger sensitive kids.
Anyways, give this one a watch if you're in the mood for a light, fun (I didn't think of another adjective I'm sorry) mystery that you can easily follow along. I appreciate the relevant themes of being seen in an environment that tries so hard to turn a blind eye. If you're a sucker for these cliches (me), this movie will definitely inspire you to chase your dreams or whatever LOL.
Fantastic! it played out great with a super cast, specially millie brown with a sound performance, definitely going big in her career and very entertaining and lots of good humour.
I don't know about the positives.This is very bad
A refreshing tale from the Sherlock canon that all the family can sit back and enjoy. Millie Brown is excellent in her role, promising talent here. Henry Cavill in the next Sherlock movie? Yes please. Funny throughout and unassuming at times. However, the storyline begins to falter towards the end becoming muddled with two different plots. I’d watch this again.
THE WACPINE OF ‘ENOLA HOLMES’
WRITING: 8ATMOSPHERE: 7CHARACTERS: 8PRODUCTION: 9INTRIGUE: 8NOVELTY: 7ENJOYMENT: 8
Jack Thorne's script for Enola Homes presents a surprisingly fresh take on a Sherlock Holmes story, from the viewpoint of his significantly younger (and seemingly more brilliant-minded) sister. It’s as much a character piece as a feminist manifest, set at a time when certain expectations dictated what young women were excepted to do and say. In that sense, Enola Holmes is a powerful social and political commentary, without being overly in your face.Thorne constructs a fun, fast-paced adventure, and allows his protagonist to shine with her wits and courage, while still utilizing the Holmes brothers as important supporting characters. Somewhere under that quirky writing and historical feminist piece, there is also an intricately plotted mystery, presented excitingly and providing some of the finest sequences of the entire film.The script confidently stands on its own two legs, while drawing inspiration from Arthur Conan Doyle's source material. Those expecting a fully-fledged Sherlock Homes film will be disappointed. Then again, that is not the point of this movie at all. As a Sherlock Holmes mystery film, Enola Holmes isn't very good, but as a fascinatingly written character piece with important messages for contemporary (female) audiences, it's fine.
Enola Holmes expertly keeps up the historical setting with fines set design and cinematography. It's not a crime thriller or action film, but more of a fast-paced character drama with frequent spurs of lighthearted excitement, humour and sweet character moments.
What's great about Enola is that she isn't simply a female version of Sherlock, but a distinct character, with many similar characteristics and a very different emotional spectrum. Millie Bobbie Brown once again proves she is among the most promising up and coming actresses right now, because she is phenomenal. Surrounded by established co-actors, some of them among Britain's finest, Brown surpasses them almost entirely in most scenes she shares with them. It's also great how the film doesn’t weave a love story between Enola and Tewkesbury.Despite numerous versions of Sherlock and his brother in all forms of media, Enola Holmes manages to give the two famous Holmes brothers another new spin. Henry Cavill and Sam Claflin slip surprisingly well into their literary characters, not trying to mimic what other actors have done. That being said, I am so used to seeing Benedict Cumberbatch's sociopathic Sherlock and Robert Downey Jr's action hero version, that this Basil Rathbone-esque version of Sherlock seems almost too normal. Claflin's Mycroft, meanwhile, is something of an unlikable villain here, helping distinguish him from, say, Stephen Fry's quirky version in the Guy Ritchie films.This film is an ensemble piece and the circle is complete with Helena Bonham Carter, Fiona Shaw and Burn Gorman in fine supporting roles, as well as Adeel Akhtar in a refreshing take on Lestrade.
The editing and cinematography techniques are noteworthy; the jumpy editing and the documentary-style narration, which is lovely. I love the beautiful set and costume design and a beautiful soundtrack. The direction is what sets this film apart from many other takes on a Sherlock story. Still, some shticks in Bradbeer’s direction are inspired by some of the recent takes on the character.
The quirky and inventive techniques used to carry the story forward, Millie Bobbie Brown in a believable brilliant young woman of her time and a central mystery with many twists and turns keep this film going and help it stand out from the oversaturated field of Sherlock Holmes adaptations. That being said, the somewhat uneven pacing and lengthy moments lacking real plot progression, make the film feel longer than necessary.
We have seen multiple adaptations of Arthur Conan Doyle's classic literary creations but somehow Thorne and Bradbeer have managed to score a point by giving us yet another one that feels fresh and inventive. While Enola Holmes is less about the Holmes and more about the young, independent lady that Enola turns out to become, it takes enough element from Doyle’s' stories to feel like a Sherlock Holmes film.
The parties involved with the creation of this movie are intent on making a sequel (based on how the film ends) and based on the performances alone, I would watch one. This is a refreshing take on Sherlock Holmes, while still clearly being something completely different as well. One of the best Netflix original films in a long time.
WACPINE RATING: 7.86 / 10 = 4 stars
Enjoyable, yet nothing special. ´The acting was well-done, it was nicely shot (a few wonky shots aside), the dynamics and characters were a little flat yet well-enough written. However, in my opinion, most of its pull is the Sherlock Holmes context which is a shame and a waste of clearly talented actors, since the story is divorced from Conan Doyle's novels in its entirety.I would have loved a more fleshed out story as a stand alone script without the capitalization on Sherlock Holmes.
Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things) is so good. That you forgive the film, for not enough of Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes (Man of Steel). The film is overlong, yet a delight to watch due to the cast. Millie gets to show she’s a true star. She deserves more than just looking in the sky and making believe she’s watching Godzilla fight.
A wee bit of fun and fancy. Great cast. Millie Bobby Brown plays a delightful sister to the Holmes brothers, Sherlock (never a hunkier portrayal) and Mycroft. Helena Bonham Carter never fails to bring her own trademark eccentricity to her roles wonderfully. I loved the cinematography and locations. All round good, light entertainment. I give this film a 7 (good) out of 10. [Mystery Adventure]
40 mins in and the biggest problem is her casting. Her acting is as bad as always.
I want more! This is amazing! Loved it to the moon and to saturn.
Fair movie. Had some fun and unique parts in it. Nothing special though. Henry & Millie work great together.
It was ok. The fourth wall breaking was a bit crap - never really liked that (except with Deadpool for some reason). Acting was good. Costumes and sets were great. I’m not convinced Cavill portrayed a quirky enough Sherlock but a likeable character nevertheless. The mother’s disappearance was never really explained when she reappeared and almost instantly said “soz g2g”. Overall, a watchable movie that we enjoyed.
It is unfortunately presented as a crime/mystery movie, but you'll be disappointed if that's what you expect. It is rather an entertaining adventure/coming-of-age movie with an explicit (but not obnoxious) feminist motif. Good watch if you don't mind that kind of movie.
Wow. Truly love this take on the Holmes universe!! Beautifully acted as well!
I dont understand the negative comments, I enjoyed this movie. Some viewers seem to be more concentrated looking for mistakes instead of living the story. To me if I live and feel the story , the actors are doing their job and even if there are slipups they go mainly unnoticed.
Utter garbage to anyone over 25
The movie is not a masterpiece but a fun and relaxing way to spend time with your family as it does not have any controversial elements so it can be watched with children. The fight scene when Enola and Tewkesbury are hunted by Linthorn and then his grandmother can be quite scary for younger children, though. Enola herself is an interesting and likeable character, and can be a role model for young girls as she is intelligent, independent and self-sufficient but at the same time compassionate and loyal to her friends. Mycroft Holmes comes across as unsympathetic protagonist, trying to control and smother Enola's vivacity and force her to conform to what the society demands of young ladies (which is totally unacceptable to Enola). Sherlock could have been more supportive of his sister, instead for the most part he allows Mycroft to kind of bully her. The behaviour of Enola's mum is a bit emotionally distant too, as she abandons Enola in order to force her to grow her independence and to stand on her own feet. In this way, she learns to take her own decisions and think for herself, and gets the makings of a good detective. There is also the pervasive motif of independence, modernity, progress and women's rights going throught the film, as Enola's mum is a feminist and she wants to form feminist and progressive ideals in her daughter too.
It is ironic that by changing her original plan (from finding her mother to saving Tewkesbury) and thus going straight against the advice she received from Eudoria (not to get distracted and especially not by men), Enola actually makes the progressive vote possible and in this way fulfills her mother plans, both for the country as a whole and for Enola as the champion of independence and progress. She also learns to follow her own intuition instead of sticking to the advice of others, even her mother's.
In three words: cliché and political correctness.
A good movie to watch with family, I think it works better if you are a tenneger, it's very light so you will have fun.
It's good, but I think it could be better. It's predictable, which is disappointing from a film about a Holmes character, but the actors carry it well enough. So, it's okay but I wish it was great.
The first hour is fun. Great world-building. but then the rest is completely forgettable. I don't even know who the main villain was or what did he do. MBB has the talent and charisma to carry the movie and make it watchable.
I'm so torn about this. Hated it when I read about it, like "WTF? Another classic character turned into anything-goes-as-long-as-it's-not-a white-man-just-because-we-are-so-woke-now for no reason at all than just that?" Turns out that Holmes is still allowed to be a white man, but then I don't get why they had to involve him at all. As a S. Holmes movie it sucks since she's not as him at all, just like 007 died when Daniel Craig arrived, but it's still an OK flick I guess. So the rating is a hard one but landed on rating it as a Sherlock Holmes movie since they try to kidnap the name so a four it is since I can't encourage a behavior like this.
They should have given her a background and character of her own instead. Now they just counteract themself by showing that they once again have to take a piggy back ride on an old male character to feel safe for it to fly. Just like the hideous Ghostbusters remake....
Just create something new instead of fiddling with stuff like this, it's just counterproductive to the cause they are out to support.
I enjoyed this film more than I thought I would, but I have to say that Mycroft and Sherlock are really out of character...You'll see Mycroft as a pompous snobbish bitch with an inferiority complex (which is, if you read the books, very untrue to the character), while Sherlock is almost immediately a loving, caring big brother (again, Sherlock should be pretty cold and distant when it comes to people, and very excitable for cases that interests him). It's not a problem for the movie, but it might be if you are a fan of Arthur Conan Doyle's famous fictional detective (which I'm not, so lucky me?).I kinda want a sequel to know what Enola's mother was up to...
okay, it's entertaining. When Henry Cavill comes out playing Sherlock Holmes the movie goes up a lot
Very fun. Full of mystery and intrigue, as you'd expect. If you enjoyed the trailer, that style stays throughout - and works really well. Beautifully detailed set design & props. I may have to watch it again to catch the details.
This movie is based on a YA book and it shows! Don't go into this expecting a gritty dark complex story, it's aimed towards teens so if you're of a fan of "regular Sherlock" you will probably be disappointed. To be honest this just made me feel nostalgic for the kid/teen detective novels I read as a child, which may explain part of why I liked it so much.
There's a few issues with the narrative (like introducing major plot points that get solved with zero effort from the main characters). Some of them are probably because the original book is part of a series, but definitely not all. However, this did not take away any enjoyment of the movie and only came to me after watching.
I also quite liked how they managed to make feminist themes it's absolute core, but somehow not making it feel forced like modern "feminist" comedy so often do (or depressing like every other genre). It's quite difficult to pull off so kudos to them!
Suffers from "Stream-itis." Streaming movie that people would have made fun of as a direct-to-video but somehow since it is streaming and supposedly "free" people talk it up. Uhhhh....you are paying for a subscription. It isn't free. It is okay, but made for much younger people than I. Not worth an adult's time. Not terrible, just not good.
Well, this felt more like a teenage romance drama than a Holmes mystery movie
well.... a excuse for grl pwr content for no reason at all... oh, the vanity and presumptuous hollywood and the horde of brainless people make me cringe.
It wasn't terrible, but too cliche and predictable most of the time.
Enjoyable but clearly made for kids/teens. Too predictable with easy enigmas, cliché at times. Needed something more to make it special at all. Acting was very good though. It was very nice to see Millie Bobbie Brown in the role of Enola.
Certainly enjoyable. A little predictable and YA but still good fine. Millie Bobbie Brown was excellent in the lead and well supported. Just needed a bit more substance. Would be interesting to see a sequel if it was a bit tighter written
I liked the idea of Enola Holmes. I even liked the casting and characters. But the way it was done left something to be desired. Enola was supposedly trained from a young age to fight and defend herself and yet she lost every fight she was in. She was smart and yet got hoodwinked by the first person she met. And mostly, I hated the ending with the mom. I would have been okay with the mom being a radical feminist and all that, but it was the idea of her mother willingly abandoning her daughter so she can go off and be a radical feminist. It's the idea that she can't be both and if she has to be one she chooses that over her own daughter. It took what could have been a fun movie despite it's frustrations and ruins it one scene.
There's a demographic that this film is aimed and I'm pretty sure it's not middle-aged male. Alas, it didn't stop me from enjoying it a great deal.
The plot is aimed squarely at a teen demographic and follows a well-done follow the clues concept much in keeping with other Holmes stories.
The charm of this though is the first thing that got me. Millie Bobby Brown is a fantastic actor in Stranger Things but here she's getting to show her range. Quite astonishing that she's this good at such a young age. It put me in mind of Natalie Portman in Leon to see such assuredness - though the tone of the movies is world's apart.
There are some really fine performances from the supporting cast. Frances De La Tour (Rising Damp anyone?), the excellent Helena Bonham Carter, and an uncharacteristically strong performance from Henry Cavill. Perhaps it really is the DC material letting him down.
I welcome a sequel to see if they can make more of HBC or Cavill as the scenes with them and MBB worked best.
I'm too old to gush at the teen romance blossoming. And there were some scenes that took a little longer than necessary to execute bumping the runtime up unnecessarily.
The message about equality throughout is as subtle as a slap across the chops with a wet kipper... But the world is in flux at the moment and rightly this message needs hammering home.
All in all, I thought it was very well done and highly enjoyable. If it manifests as you'd hope and becomes the first in a series, then I await with bated breath.
My goodness what a kitty film. I want my two hours back, please.
This was a pleasantly charming movie.Forget about Sherlock Holmes. This movie is about his sister Enola and her view
The people who had a problem with this movie were those who came in with the wrong expectations. Yes, the villain was easy to guess, and the movie wasn’t the usual Sherlock type with lots of focus on clues and detective work. That wasn’t the point of movie, or the book on which it is based.
It’s a tale of a girl coming into her own while she searches for her mother. And it just so happens that her family includes the famous Sherlock Holmes.
The acting and cinematography are beautifully done, and I applaud the director for being able to make Sherlock memorable (via Henry Cavill) without stealing the limelight from the protagonist, who was brilliantly portrayed by Brown. Brown does the balancing act perfectly, showing that her character isn’t a damsel in distress, is capable of taking care of herself and others, while not throwing the “females rule” agenda in our faces (looking at you, Charlie’s Angels, 2020)
This was fun and light-hearted for the most part. It was obviously intended for a YA crowd - look at the source material - and I think it succeeds in providing at that level. As an adult, I went in fully aware that it wasn't going to be the same as the BBC's Sherlock so I wasn't disappointed. As others noted, it was a bit predictable, but not enough to ruin it for me. I must admit that I am one who is not usually bothered by the breaking of the fourth wall IF it is used correctly. I felt, in this instance, this was done well and with enough moderation that I wouldn't have normally pointed it out if others hadn't already.
The story was engaging enough - remember this is from a YA book - and the majority of the main characters weren't entirely one-note. Yes, there were a couple of flat supporting characters, but let's be honest, both the Sherlock novels and all the TV/Movie adaptions contain plenty of flat characters as well. The cast was great for the most part. The guy playing Mycroft was a bit blah for me. He was nothing but stiff and angry even in moments were that wasn't really necessary. I will note that I loved seeing some actors pop up that I didn't expect. such as Helena Bonham Carter, I have loved her since Room with a View, and Susan Wokoman (Edith) - check out both Crazyhead and Chewing Gum if you liked her in this one.
Overall, my partner and I both agreed that we would definitely watch another if this ended up becoming a movie series for Netflix.
I didn’t know what to expect of this movie when starting, and I’m still not sure after wards, but:
It’s one of those family friendly movies with some dark elements but light and not taken seriously.
Millie Bobbie Brown is exceptional in this, especially her crying with Mycroft.
Sherlock’s depiction was more heartfelt in this version, and being used to Benedict Cumberatch’s I’m not sure if I am used to it or not.
The plot did go all over the place with women suffrage and the mystery of the family, it blended together in the beginning, but towards the end it jumbled up and it felt there wasn’t enough time to develop both plots, despite the move being long. There are many unanswered questions that can’t be answered in the sequels, and the better option may have been to have an A and B plot.
The movie is upbeat, but not something to take seriously.
[Netflix] Enjoyable story that provides a feminist review of the Sherlock Holmes universe. However, the film does not manage to take advantage of the first twenty frenetic minutes, a kind of locomotive that starts at full speed and gradually loses energy. The cast is successful, especially Millie Bobby Brown, who is comfortable in her character, although with abuse of 4th wall-breaking. Enola Holmes is here to stay.
Quite a successful Sherlock spin-off. And it looks like there may still be a successful actress from Millie Bobby Brown. :)
So, going into this movie I saw it had various positive reviews from a lot of critics, but to anyone who wants to watch it please take it out of your head that this is a Sherlock Holmes level mistery solving movie. It's not. In this one, we follow Enola, the 16 years old sister of Sherlock and Mycroft, trying to decipher codes left on purpose for her by her mother, who has misteriously dissapered (her character, played by Helena Bonham Carter, is dissapointgly underdeveloped, which is a shame), and in doing so also stumbling upon a mistery all for herself about the attempted murder of a young Lord. Although enjoyable to a certain degree, thanks to its wonderful cast, a fun and fast direction, the misteries remain quite dull, making you realize this is definitely a kids movie. Nothing wrong with that of course, but it can become quite annoying when the same information is repeated multiple times for us, and the hardest riddles for young Holmes are words puzzles. There will be certainly a sequel to Enola Holmes, of that I am sure, and although the characters of Sherlock and Mycroft are surprisingly dull in this movie, I am pretty excited about Enola, a young Detective in England during the women's suffrage movement fighting the patriarchy. Sounds fun! Hopefully it will be. 7.0/10.
i don't know why y'all hating so much, this movie is totally from Elona's point of view and Millie's acting is so good! it was fun while it lasted.
Was okay I suppose, but you have to look at this movie as though it isn't actually a Sherlock Holmes movie. The characters, specifically Sherlock, are not how they should be. Sherlock is supposed to be cold and disconnected from others emotionally, but in this movie, that's not true at all. It's enjoyable if you can get past that, although it isn't anything special.
I have never disliked Mycroft as much as in this film. Whatever went wrong with him?
This started out as an enjoyable light family-film to watch, adorable teens that don't fit into their era's society, beginning to struggle against, thrown in feminist topics and eye-candy, but I've grown to enjoy this more and more.
The moments of breaking the third wall, especially when Enola asks "Do you have any ideas?" were rather adorable.
All in all I really don't see what people's beef is with this, unless they're those kinds of people that are against equal rights and want "good old England back", aka har har colonialisation, tea parties, whoopdeedoopsies.
This was a delightful optimistic film, about finding purpose, finding oneself, making some friends along the way and "The future is up to us".
Actors are perfect as expected. But the plot? It doesn’t have any Sherlock elements, seems like they just used the name. I honestly was expecting more complicated-hard to solve crime, it didn’t meet my expectations. Other than that it’s a nice, lovely film to watch.
Pleasantly surprising movie. Enjoyable and worth a watch. :thumbsup_tone1:
well I was in two minds to watch this but glad i did , Millie Bobby Brown is so good
Felt like a tv show I wanted to watch 7 seasons of! Beautifully shot, well cast, perfectly acted, fantastic costumes and set/prop designs!
Good one. A 7/10 for me.
I really enjoyed this movie. It's just a lot of fun. A little more interaction between Enola & Sherlock would have been welcome tho. Once again I have to say keep an eye on Millie Bobby Brown - she is going places.
Very good movie. Who doesn't like Henry Cavill. MBB was good as well.
I think I liked it! It really was just a cute little film to pass some time. I liked the little bits of fighting for reform in England. It tied in well with Enolas mother. I just felt like there was almost one too many endings. Like the Tewkesbery storyline was kind of just a thing in the background instead of the main plot. I would’ve been much more interested to find out more about what Helena Bonham Carter was doing. The acting was good, the storyline was fun, and at the end of the day I had fun watching it.
A film adapted from a young adult novel, so of course Enola Holmes will feel a little bit teen-like at times, including the looking-at-the-camera shtick that instantly reminds me to Dora the Explorer as well. As a young adult film it has the complete setup: bits of romance, bits of adventure, bits of rebellion-against-authority. When treated as such, it's an okay film.
But the problem is not that - the problem is, being a Netflix film, sometimes it can feel like a bit too tokenist. Like the a bit too on-the-nose portrayal of feminism with today's generic idea about woman's self individualism (and inclusion of Wollstonecraft) and anachronism like jujutsu in the United Kingdoms in 19th century (and I'm not sure if the word "feminism" already gained traction in the time period). Which is fine, if the film spends a little bit time on exploring what really bothered women at that age, or at least giving more screen time to Eudoria instead of through simple exposition.
Speaking of Eudoria, the ending is not too convincing, as it is revealed that Eudoria left Enola for her to choose and craft her own path. It felt like gaslighting and some sort of retcon to me. 1) Should a mother who left her daughter without giving any reason speak that way after raising her with supposed love?; 2) Did not Eudoria plan some sort of revolution with bombs and all - that Eudoria end up saying that Enola could change the world better than her, through a liberal, stereotypical "your love and kindness changes for the better" sort of made Eudoria look like an awful parent instead of a potential revolutionary. Netflix wants feminism, but it wants to play within the most convenient power structure, which makes this film - like many Netflix films that sell feminism - a bit too tokenist for me.
One of the new nice movies.
I'm halfway through this and it is such pandering and hopelessly predictable. Not to mention the cliche of the "strong woman whom shapes their own destiny" is shoved in your face rather than a subtle approach of independence. The acting is done well, the script needs work.
they show Sherlock like an idiot. if you want to make your time waste then watch.
Succeeds far better in the same places Dolittle did little.
Enola Holmes: "My life is my own and the future is up to us!"
They made out Mycroft Holmes as some sort of antagonist. Which may not sit well with some. Other than that not a bad movie.
2020 is not a year for great movies.
It was a fun one to watch, a bit different than I expected and also in the way it's filmed. Don't expect anything Sherlock Holmes, the name is there, but that's it.
Very light, easy to watch, easy to forget. Somewhat makes me consider the inverse square law of publicity to poorer quality once again.
I was hoped there were mind blowing things.But no, just watch it like an entertain movie.
Millie is amazing in a movie that is light and entertaining but lacks a more objective script
Not a very great movie but worth to watch, thanks to MBB, it is clearly watchable.
It's like Sherlock Holmes for young adults.
If I was 20 years younger maybe I would have liked it better.
I just watched EH and really enjoyed it. It was good to escape for a couple of hours and get away from the reality that is September 2020. I thought the lead Millie Bobby Brown did a great job and showed she can do more than her Stranger Things gig. A future talent
Good , entertaining ...and free on Netflix - what more can you ask for.