0 of 1 people found the following review helpful: Splendid Spielberg, September 3, 2003 Reviewer: therooksnook from Burke, VA USA Although a good deal of literary license is taken to bring us a young version of Sherlock, it is a delightful renditon that I think even Arthur Conan Doyle would appreciate. The Spielberg and Levin magic that later went into the Young Indiana Jones movies was well established in this movie. The cast, sets, and music are excellent. Any fan of the Harry Potter series should love this movie. It starts out with young Sherlock going to a private school and meeting Watson for the first time. As he unravels the mystery of an underground society that worships the occult in a hidden pyramid he meets his nemesis Moriarty for the first time. The movie is magical and draws the viewer into a wonderful world of Victorian England. Be sure to get the DVD since the picture and sound quality are better and it offers a few extras.