Enola Holmes 2 : the sequel is a hoot and Millie Bobby Brown is even better.

Write By Louis

Millie Bobby Brown is back in the Victorian role of Sherlock's sister in Enola Holmes 2 (November 4 on Netflix) successful sequel to the original.

 We had left the teenager determined to follow the vocation of detective in the London of the late nineteenth century.

We find her officially defeated by a  potential pool of clients predictably unattractive by the prospect of hiring a teenager.

 Only a child, awake and enterprising worker of a match factory, asks for her help in finding her missing sister, Sarah Chapman.

If the name sounds familiar to you it is because it corresponds to that of a figure who made British history in 1888.

The return of Brown and her brilliant, ambitious and ironic character allows Eleven of the American cult Stranger.

Things to return to show off her versatility as an actress and her comic talent as she had already done for the first.

Chapter but with even more satisfactory results: she is more mature, more staid, more at ease in the shoes of .

The Londoner of good social background judged too poshfrom the lower classes and too uninhibited from the higher ones.

Brown looks into the camera and addresses the audience as she sports all the paraphernalia of a comic-touch action heroine .

Enola Holmes 2 is not a memorable work but it is a great entertainment and Millie Bobby Brown alone is worth the view.