aclarar: by jackshoegazer at livejournal (Default)
So, since mister Moffat is involved in the goodbye of Rory and Amy I am preparing myself to share some tears this Dr. Who season. But from the time being (and while I stock up on chocolate and serotonine) I am very very exited for the new Who trailer.

and I see with my magic eye a space cowboy I used to like hidden under a massive moustache :)(:
aclarar: by jackshoegazer at livejournal (Default)
Mr. Benedict Cumberbatch.....such an amazing actor. It is always a pleasure to see a good artist doing his/her work. The same way it is a pleasure to hear a master musician play a complicated Baroque piece, it is also to see a talented actor like Mr. Cumberbatch able to play and deliver a great deal of passion and sentiment in his lines.

I think art is to be enjoyed, not to be analyzed and dissect (I do plenty of that in the lab) and I haven't seen one performance from Mr. Cumberbatch that I have not trully enjoyed. He has an amazing range, and one is able to forget the man behind the character, wich lastly is the job of an actor.

aclarar: by jackshoegazer at livejournal (Default)
ok, its been bothering me.

Mr.Moffat say that we all missed something important in the last ep. and I had full intention of not obsessing over it (yeah, did't work) and its been bothering me since the beginning that from one moment to the other Sherlock became a celebrity, a proper one, with media coverage and thank you press conferences which I must say is not in his personality. We did see him trying to cover his face and saying how he was a PI and so media publicity was the last thing he needed. So him, taking big cases and allowing press and just dosen't make sense. So I'm thinking this was part of the bait. The other part was Mycroft loose tongue, because we all know that Mycroft doesn't do anything with out having all the bases covered.

So, this is my Theory:
After the Belgravia incident Mycroft needs to dispose of Moriarty and Sherlock is the perfect bait. So they give Moriarty ammunition and opportunity to burn Sherlock by 1. making him a celebrity and so in the public eye and 2. giving Moriarty a full load of truth about Sherlocks life. This means that after they just need to sit and wait for Moriarty to make his move. So it was all planed from the start, except maybe, Sherlock's dead. Since the whole sentiment and friendship was probably not accounted for and they did not expected for Moriarty to tread the life of Mrs Hudson and Lestrade.

There are things that it seems Moiriarty didn't had in to consideration. 1. Mycroft and Sherlock relationship is probably better than they show to the world. 2. Sherlock counts with more friends besides the obvious three and 3. Sherlock has practice making people look dead and disappear.

so yeah, this is me trying to not obsess over a tv series when I have to finish lab work and write my PhD thesis.

aclarar: by jackshoegazer at livejournal (Default)
How much of a sci-fi geek I am that the most exciting news today for me were the fact that three of my fandoms have just colide. (BBC's Sherlock, J.J.Abrahams's Star Trek and Peter Jackson's The Hobbit) The excellent Mr. Benedict Cumberbatch is acting in all of this and I am loving it. 

I mean, I was already in love with The Hobbit and the excellent Mr. Martin Freeman, as he plays and excellent Watson to Mr Cumberbatch's Holmes in Sherlock (and is just a grand actor). Now, Mr. Cumberbatch has been cast as the evil-doer in the second Star Trek which thankfully dismisses the idea of Khan as the villan and I am so praying for him to be be a Romulan or a rough Vulcan which will be just the same. 

Two excellent actors I am happy to see working at any time.

aclarar: by jackshoegazer at livejournal (Default)
It was A-mazing!!!!

I missed my silly show so much and they did such an gorgeous job with Irene Adler! Such an amazing character and they did it flawless.

Loved the part of visiting the Queen, and the silly hats, and the way the characters interacted, and the silly silly names of the cases in Jhon's blog, and the love of the boys for Mrs Hudson, and the violin being many pretty things in this ep.

Moriarty was funny and anticlimactic and oh so totally unexpected!!! it was an amazing start!!
Sherlock and John making Mycroft apology to Mrs. Hudson, and the cigarette scene was so nicely done.
Mycroft alone in front of the chimney in X-mas broke my heart for some reason.
And poor Molly having Sherlock being and ass with her, even if he did say sorry and give her a kiss (Lestrade was totally ogling her). Loved the fact that Mrs. Hudson was totally amazing when the americans scared her!!!! ugh!!! so much love for this show right now.

Oh, and the details, the little details like the ring tones, the boomerang, the stuck counter, the nicknames, the password, everything was flawless so well so nice to have good TV back.


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