First Glance: “Enola Holmes 2”

I proudly admit, one of my favorite Netflix Original movies to come out since the streaming service started offering them was 2020’s “Enola Holmes”. Yes, I know it’s not ‘Oscar material’ and it’ll never make its way into the Criterion Collection. But I adored the lively mystery adventure centering around the teenage sister of renowned detective Sherlock Holmes. So naturally I’m all onboard for the upcoming sequel.

Enola Holmes sees Millie Bobby Brown returning in the titular role with Henry Cavill also back as Sherlock (Sam Claflin where are you?). In the new trailer we see Enola has opened up her own private detective agency. But it’s tough for a teenage girl to establish herself, especially in the late 19th century. But when a young girl hires Enola to find her missing sister…well let’s just say a new adventure begins. I love the look of this, and Brown is overflowing with the same energy and charisma she had in the first movie. I can’t wait to see what director Harry Bradbeer has in store for us this time around.

“Enola Holmes 2” debuts November 4th on Netflix. Check out the trailer below and let me know if you’ll be seeing it or taking a pass.

14 thoughts on “First Glance: “Enola Holmes 2”

  1. I saw this trailer yesterday as I need to watch the first film and then this one. This looks like absolute fun as I just love that moment where both Millie and Henry went… “oh, it’s you”. The way they voiced it together in unison is perfect. I totally buy them as siblings. There’s some good stuff from Netflix that I want to see. The Mother w/ J-Lo looks badass and that movie with Jamie Foxx, John Boyega, and Teyonnah Parish looks hilarious. The one movie with Gal Gadot and Jamie Dornan looks… eh and bloated.

  2. Totally agree . It was a pleasant surprise and a really enjoyable watch . Brown was great as was Cavill and the rest of the cast . Sometimes you just need a fun mystery/adventure and the 1st one offered that in spades .

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