Sherlock: The Little That Remains/Adventure of CAM
Sherlock series three soundtrack (transistional music cues)
Guide to St. Barts Hospital Presentation Reel
THE LITTLE THAT REMAINS
-Removed Anderson's "Bungee Cord" theory
-Added a few minutes of "Many Happy Returns" mini-sode until Anderson realizes Sherlock is returning. Titles follow.
-Reporters talking about Holmes being vindicated cut.
-John morning Sherlock and going on the tube cut
-John entering the apartment and explaining his upcoming engagement to Mrs. Hudson cut
-Sherlock's capture, torture, and meeting with Mycroft cut
-Sherlock being briefed by Mycroft on the terrorist attack cut. Sherlock making plans to surprise John cut
-John explaining his situation to Mrs. Hudson cut
-Sherlock and Molly solving several cases cut
-Jack The Ripper investigation cut
-Removed flash of light and fade out when John readies himself for the end
-Removed Sherlock explaining to Anderson how he survived and Anderson's breakdown
-Sherlock meeting Molly's rebound boyfriend cut
Adventure of CAM
-John and Mary in bed cut
-Title sequence plays after Sherlock meets John in the drug den
-Molly slapping Sherlock after the piss test shortened to just the one slap
-Deleted Scene added after Sherlock is shot
-Sherlock's struggle to stay alive within the mind palace after being shot significantly cut
-Sherlock and Janine at the hospital cut
-Sherlock and John confronting Mary in the abandoned housing urging her to use her gun cut
-Moriarty's "Did you miss me" montage cut
-Closing credits song is “Thunder In Your Heart” from Stan Bush
Great job with this one Zarius! Being a huge Sherlock fan, I truly enjoyed this edit. The first episode is just as its title, the little that remains. Very streamlined and fast paced which is nice to see in Sherlock. The Adventures of CAM is a great cut of the original. There are good cuts in this, but sadly the narrative kinda suffers due to the skip of the wedding, because suddenly Mary and John are married, but I and the people who have watched the original episodes can easily connect the dots so that's alright.
Also, this awesome edit inspired my own first edit, The Return of Sherlock, so, thanks a lot Zarius!
I'll certainly recommend this edit for anyone that enjoys a good dose of Sherlock. :)
A splendid trim of the third series, with a fast-paced first episode and a follow-up adventure with Magnussen and Mary as centerpieces. Zarius has edited both episodes with great care, with the audio and video seamlessly stitched together. A slight drop in video quality in the beginning; my uneducated guess is that the minisode came in a different flavor of video quality.
All in all, this works very well as a trimmed version of series 3. I will say that because much (if not all) of the second episode is gone, information in Adventure of CAM has to be filled in by the viewer. Not knowing the original episodes might confuse a new viewer for a moment. As such, this becomes a great companion piece and continuation to theryaney's The Return of Sherlock, watching them back-to-back.
The narrative is otherwise compelling, yet streamlined.