Enola Holmes 2

Now a detective-for-hire like her infamous brother, Enola Holmes takes on her first official case to find a missing girl, as the sparks of a dangerous conspiracy ignite a mystery that requires the help of friends — and Sherlock himself — to unravel.

  • Released: 2022-12-23
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
  • Genre: Adventure, Drama, Mystery
  • Stars: Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Louis Partridge, Helena Bonham Carter, David Thewlis, Susan Wokoma, Adeel Akhtar, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Hannah Dodd, Abbie Hern, Gabriel Tierney, Serrana Su-Ling Bliss, Róisín Monaghan, David Westhead, Sofia Stavrinou, Himesh Patel, Catriona Chandler, Lee Boardman, Tim McMullan, Tony Lucken
  • Director: Harry Bradbeer
  • HafizhMaulana21 - 8 January 2023
    I love Enola
    Enola Holmes now has her own private detective office. The first case of a little girl looking for her older sister. The case becomes complicated and requires the help of Sherlock Holmes to solve each other's mysteries.

    Continuing the adventure story of Enola who now has her own detective office. This second film is still exciting and entertaining with a series of mysteries presented, Enola's adventures in solving mysteries to collaborating with Sherlock who has a complicated case. Enola Holmes presents an interesting and good story plot. With the mystery growing, Enola's own character is thriving and the storyline is evolving. The new case became a turning point to improve the development of Enola itself. The existence of Sherlock becomes a new force in this film. We are invited to see the world of Enola further, including the existence of Sherlock. Sherlock's existence also gives an idea of how he works. Coupled with Sherlock's enemy, Moriarty who is also present in this film. However, Moriarty in this film is a woman. One interesting thing about this film is that the ending is apparently unhappy and leads to the sad death of a romantic story. Not to forget also this film takes an adaptation of a famous story in feminism.
  • dumaal - 27 December 2022
    I lived my childhood in a communist country in eastern Europe, and that regime allowed only propaganda movies to be made and shown to the public. At that time and in that place the artists struggled to somehow hide in movies messages about freedom along with the required quintessential main theme, which always was the class struggle, a class struggle that always ended with the victory of the communist revolution. In Netflix movies things are upside down. In movies about freedom (and in a free society) they slip as much as they can propaganda about the class struggle and revolution. This time is the new woke revolution, but it's not much different in essence, values or means from the communist one, and it would be surprising to me if the result will be different if this new revolution wins. They, as communists did, justify to people the lack of morality in the name of equality and try to convince their audience that the two are actually the same. Really, Netflix movies in recent years have a striking resemblance to eastern Europe cinematography in communist era. So much so that I wouldn't exclude that at some point Netflix would maybe add those to their collection since they may serve their propaganda. This Enola Holmes movie, which otherwise is a nice fun movie is doing exactly that. Unfortunately I don't think the American public has the eye, the education, or the life experience to notice these similarities and they just take it for granted swallowing whole without chewing until they get will get poisoned.