Or at least that is what I expect later this afternoon.*
Update: I really liked the film! What's more, I don't think going into it with low expectations had anything to do with it.
RDJr. was awesome and for the first time ever, I liked Jude Law (he should totally frown more and nag hot men more).
That Kashkari lookalike villain was a huge let down though.
The film: it had the Lock Stock stamp all over it, which is not necessarily a bad thing. The reconstructive flashbacks, for instance, worked pretty well, because they simultaneously expanded the narrative to show what wasn't shown before, while also being a clearly separate point of view (such as Irene Adler's walking to climb into the carriage waiting for her and Holmes' follwoing her shortly after).
For me the most interesting thing was (and I'm not really going to elaborate very much) the shift from a rational/mystical perspective that is set up early on in the film and its overturning in the end, and how it can be read as the use of power in a time of Empire.
Blackwood's justification for the ritualistic sacrifices could just as easily have been an argument advanced by a colonial type; there's evidence everywhere of nation and empire building, and the technology that aids such enterprise and yet superstition and fear abound and can be used. It takes a Holmes to see smoke and mirrors for the tricks they are.
Did I say how much I love RDJr? As Watson recognised (and said as much) he's gorgeous!
*Tho I still have an inexplicable crush on R.D.Jr.