Series: Sherlock Holmes films

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Sherlock Holmes [2009 film] by Guy Ritchie1
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows [2011 film] by Guy Ritchie2

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  3. Skyfall [2012 film] by Sam Mendes (1990)
  4. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl [2003 film] by Gore Verbinski (2003)
  5. The Hunger Games [2012 film] by Gary Ross (2014)
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  14. Captain America: The Winter Soldier [2014 film] by Anthony Russo (2014)
  15. Sherlock: The Complete First Season by Steven Moffat (2010)

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