- The fault is really in our stars? (via innocentium)
There’s something uniquely exhilarating about watching an unapologetically smart show made by unapologetically smart people. Holmes, like Moffat and Gatiss in their scripts, runs toward challenges, not away from them; where others see problems, he sees only puzzles worthy of being solved. ‘Sherlock’ treats intelligence not as a crushing burden but as a tremendously exciting gift. It dares to suggest that risk is merely a necessary byproduct of discovery and danger a rare but treatable side effect.
Connected by screens and crowded with hashtags, the noisy, thrilling world ‘Sherlock’ inhabits and illuminates is no different from our own. It’s up to us to pay closer attention."
2014, I will (via morningsuns)
All year actually.