Watch Instantly ~ The Seven-Per-Cent Solution

The Seven Percent Solution
Run down by his cocaine addiction, super sleuth Sherlock Holmes enters a treatment program under the care of renowned psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud in this delightful mystery-adventure based on the best-selling novel by Nicholas Meyer. An astonishing cast — including Laurence Olivier as Prof. Moriarty, Robert Duvall as Dr. Watson and Alan Arkin as Freud — illuminate this crackling good story that focuses on the synthesis of madness and genius. (Netflix) Watch the embedded video on the Underrated and Overlooked Movies blog, or click here to go to YouTube. My Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars.
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About Underrated Movies
My name is Eric and I created this blog for the simple reason that I love to find hidden gems that go under the radar. So you can get an idea of my tastes, my favorite all-time movies include (among many others) Aliens (plural), Braveheart, The Shawshank Redemption, Field of Dreams, Misery, Mississippi Burning, The Untouchables, Die Hard, and Superman: The Movie. I have a massive list of over 250 underrated, under-appreciated, and/or overlooked movies, and I am always on the lookout for more. I will occasionally update this blog with a new selection. Each entry has links to the Internet Movie Database, a top critic’s review of the movie, Netflix, a link to the trailer, and a link to purchase and/or watch the movie instantly on Amazon. I would earn a small commission if you buy on Amazon after clicking my link, so consider making a purchase if you enjoy this blog.

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