The public regarded ‘Sherlock Jr.’ as one of Buster Keaton 's greatest films. Told through the use of various visual effects and in-camera tricks, ‘Sherlock Jr.’ depicts the story of an impecunious film projectionist aspiring to become a detective. However, conflict arises as the protagonist becomes framed for the crime of robbing a watch belonging to the father of his love interest. Following the false accusation, the protagonist returns to complete his duties as a film projectionist, before falling asleep and awakening as the detective in the film. The protagonist is able to solve the crime which translates off of the screen, leading to the exposure of the man that conspired against him.
In “Bones”, the forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan, also known as Bones, has many similarities to the famous detective Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock Holmes is an intelligent human machine who is detached from society with the exception of his occupation. Although Sherlock Holmes does have a family, he isolates himself from them. In both the books and television shows, Sherlock Holmes is represented as the best of his kind. Not to mention he loves and feeds on the intellect and excitement of a new case.
Adding on, Mary is very manipulative with the detectives. She convinces the detectives to eat her food, even though they aren’t allowed to. She nicely asks the detectives to “eat up that lamb that’s in the oven” (Dahl 3). This works for her, and her manipulative actions end with the detectives eating the murder weapon, which was a good thing for her because they can easily tell who the murderer is if they find the weapon. sociopaths often use their “charm and confidence to get
He saw the cracks in the cellar of the bank and looked at it with his magnifying glass. Sherlock Holmes appeals to millions of readers because of his suspense that sets a tone in his stories. In the Red Headed League Sherlock went down to the cellar of the bank to hopefully catch the criminals. It brought the story level to intensity because the plot leads to darkness inside the cellar. The story rise action was when Sherlock asks Mr. Watson to bring a gun.
As for Morgan, he uses Pemberton to challenge his intellectual level: Pemberton is hired to ‘tutor’ Morgan, but little does he know Morgan is very intelligent. Consequently, he is testing Pemberton’s knowledge to see who knows more than the other. As read in lines 54 through 57 Pemberton begins feeling tense because Morgan may be smarter, so in this sense, Morgan is using Pemberton to satisfy his interests. James uses a third person limited point of view to draw attention to the relationships shared between the three
Next, he begins feeding her the lies about herself. He tells her she is forgetful and is always losing things. This is where he plants the seed, which he later reinforces through many situations by convincing her things have gone missing and she is at fault. Gregory’s character is effective because he gives rotating positive reinforcement as well as negative. For instance, he tells her he’s taking her to the theatre, then points out the picture is missing.
He was a very good gambler that actually was a kind man who was misinterpreted as can outcast. Here is an example from the text where John shows his kindness to Tom Simson. “He had met him some months before over a “little game,” and had, with perfect equanimity, won the entire fortune--amounting to some forty dollars--of that guileless youth. After the game was finished, Mr. Oakhurst drew the youthful speculator behind the door and thus addressed him: “Tommy, you’re a good little man, but you can’t gamble worth a cent. Don’t try it over again.” He then handed him his money back, pushed him gently from the room, and so made a
He adapted to the role given to him and gave advice to whoever asked for it. He’s basically the reason in Cannery Row because he thinks everything through with logic and can come up with solutions easily when faced with a problem given to him by his community. He judges the personality of the people in his town and uses that to come up with solutions like with Mack after Doc beat him up. Doc listened to what Mack had to say and was patient as Mack went on to announce how him and the boys would pay for the expenses only for Doc to come to the conclusion that Mack wouldn’t do it (Steinbeck 125). Similarly, when Doc was faced with the dilemma of another party being thrown in his honor by the whole town because of everything that he’s down for the community, he acknowledges that he’ll have to accommodate for it, thataway it will go off without a hitch (Steinbeck 160).
He helped get the show started by writing an outstanding pilot episode. “Sherlock” is a British show about a male detective who is extremely smart. He is a little socially awkward, which happens a lot when people are as brilliant as he is. Sherlock is a vulgar fellow who solves crimes and mysteries. The film has many twists and turns that are exciting to watch.
Sherlock Holmes is one of the best fictional detectives ever, but maybe someone else could take his place. Tobias also known as Four, also had great success in finding and managing to collect facts about one of the most politically powerful person in the book series Divergent. Four and Sherlock are both detectives but through there settings, supporters, background, personality, and occupation they are drastically different. Four grows up in the city of Chicago in the far off future. His city is constantly monitoring his every move through cameras located throughout the Chicago.