Separated by a garden fence and a feud, are blue gnomes on one side and red gnomes on the other. This doesn't stop blue Gnomeo and red Juliet from falling in love with each other. Do they have a future together?
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Sherlock Gnomes and his assistant, Gnome Watson, storm into London's natural history museum, where their nemesis, a pie mascot named Moriarty, is holding gnomes hostage, planning to smash them. After a brief battle, Moriarty is defeated by getting seemingly crushed by a dinosaur skeleton. Meanwhile, Gnomeo and Juliet, as well as the other gnomes, are moving to London. While there, Gnomeo and Juliet are declared the new leaders of the garden. Noticing that Juliet has cast him aside to improve the garden, Gnomeo leaves to find a flower as a centerpiece, but nearly gets caught in a shop, forcing Juliet to rescue him. Gnomeo and Juliet return to the garden, but then find out that all the other gnomes have gone missing. Sherlock and Watson show up at the scene to investigate, and after Gnomeo and Juliet help them escape from a sewer flood, Sherlock agrees for them to team up.
In the middle of the movie, Juliet and Sherlock are hiding themselves inside of a paper cup and a chips packing. Both brand names of these fictitious products are referring to historically important animators. The lemonade is made by Karel Zeman and the potato chips are produced by Ray Harryhausen. See more »
Characters speak of "the HMS Nimrod" which is incorrect for a ship's designation. It should be "the Nimrod" or "HMS Nimrod". Ships should never be called "the HMS" anything. See more »
A man doesn't make you strong, but the right partner can make you stronger.
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There are various gnome animations in a cartoon-like fashion throughout the entire length of the credits of Sherlock Gnomes. See more »
Sherlock Gnomes isn't especially clever or funny. It's a completely predictable story, but it has plenty of energy, colors and corny puns, so it will keep younger viewers entertained. It's a bland, yet harmless film. However, when it comes to animated movies that will help introduce the character of Sherlock Holmes to your children, The Great Mouse Detective wins.
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