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Sherlock Gnomes

  • 2018
  • PG
  • 86min
  • 27%
  • 5.1 / 10

Sherlock Gnomes is a modern adaptation of the famous Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories. Sherlock lives in 21st century London, a city filled with mystery, crime, and deceit. Mr. Homes is called upon to compete with robbers, blackmailers, smugglers. and serial killers when the police are unable to solve the crimes.

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Sherlock Holmes is a character who first appeared in the 1887's A Study in Scarlet. The character is a private detective created by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Holmes is best known for his amazing talents in reasoning, observation, and forensic science. While Holmes is not the first fictional detective, he is considered the best known. Guinness World Records has listed him as the 'most portrayed movie character' in history. There has been a number of societies founded that follow his principal. Holmes existence has played a major role in the takes written. Thousands of authors beyond Sir Arthur Conan Doyle have given the character life in writing, on stage, in video games, and radio plays of the course of over a hundred years.

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Sherlock Gnomes was is a 2018 3D computer-animated fantasy romantic mystery comedy. The film was a sequel to the 2011 release Gnomeo & Juliet. The film was directed by John Stevenson. The voices featured in the film include those of James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Mary J. Blige, and Johnny Depp. The film was produced by Paramount Animation, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and Rocket Pictures. Mikros Image provided the animation services. Sherlock Gnomes was the first entirely animated film from Paramount Animation and the first animated film since Igor from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. With a budget of $59 million, the film grossed $90 million worldwide. A critic from the website Rotten Tomato said that 'Sherlock Gnomes is sadly, utterly stumped by the mystery of the reason of its own existence.'