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Sherlock Gnomes

Sherlock Gnomes
Sherlock Gnomes




86 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family



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This sequel to 'Gnomeo & Juliet' follows the garden gnomes as they move to London. However, as soon as they arrive at their new home their fellow garden ornaments suddenly disappear. Fearing their family and friends are in danger, they call on the help of the famous detective Sherlock Gnomes, and his assistant Gnome Watson, to uncover the mystery. Together they embark on an investigation, finding clues along the way which lead them on a journey across the city. Featuring a soundtrack of Elton John classics, this is an entertaining CGI animation with plenty of laughs, providing a gentle introduction to one of the most beloved characters in English Literature.

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Very mild threat, violence, rude humour.

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