The voices were all well cast, and the animation is of a good quality. During peak production, there were between 80 and 100 animators working on the project. The setting with gnomes is flawless - the sounds, the implications of being a garden gnome - it works out really well. Of course, the film can't follow the original play exactly - this is a kids movie! It's not a bad film. In these backyards there are two groups of garden gnomes - one garden is ruled by the blue hatted variety, the other is ruled by the red hatted variety. Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean.
That is the selling point, and what makes it most appealing. He reunites with Juliet, and together they defeat the Gargoyles. Moriarty pursues Sherlock, and attempts to kill everyone, but Sherlock throws him over the bridge and into the river, while Watson narrowly saves him with his cane. Sherlock and Watson agree to work together a final time to save the gnomes, and they and Juliet head to the bridge on a. Juliet , and they form an instant connection.
The result is a familiar accompaniment to an even more familiar tale -- much like a production for kids and parents. Their mission is to find new ways to make the enemy garden look bad, and it all goes well - so to speak - until a full-scale war erupts, and star-crossed lovers Gnomeo James McAvoy and Juliet Emily Blunt find themselves caught in the middle. Disney, on the other hand, is torn between pandering to younger viewers and giving Bard aficionados the fun yet intelligent picture they crave and deserve. Spotting the celebrity voices is fun too. Yes, garden gnomes and decorations come to life but that's were the similarity between the two ends.
Gnomeo attempts to free the gnomes, but only he and the Red Goon Gnomes are able to escape before the gargoyles arrive. So enter Gnomeo and Juliet with an open mind, and you'll find this adaptation quite original and amusing -- and equally if not more a tribute to producer Elton John as it is to Shakespeare. They return to the garden to find all the other gnomes missing. It was bright, it had a solid plot, and it was going somewhere unlike let's say, Alpha and Omega or Happy Feet. Complimented with a fun Elton John soundtrack he was an executive producer, go figure , this film is enjoyable, and a good one for the kiddilinks.
Emily Cook, Kathy Greenberg, and , four of the nine writers on the first film, were to write the script for the film. Like the first film, the movie's animation was created using. After witnessing Sherlock's mistreatment of Watson, he had the Gargoyles pretend to work for Watson to access his map and identify where all the gnomes lived. In this version, what motivates the two sides to come together? I also did not think it was a Toy Story rip off as there have been a ton of movies featuring toys that come alive long before Toy Story anyway. Sixty percent of the animation crew was in London, and the rest were in Paris.
But the clans' shared animosity is exacerbated when Tybalt Jason Statham dies in part because of actions taken by Gnomeo to defend a friend whom Tybalt was attacking. Yeah, I believe Gnomeo and Juliet is a must see for the family - you won't regret it. So I suggested you loosen up, look for a laugh, and you'll enjoy it more. I wouldn't mind seeing it myself and I was glad we did go see it because after I read the previous review, I had my doubts if it was going to be any good but it was!!! The supporting cast includes the vocal talents of Michael Caine, Hulk Hogan, and Maggie Smith. The next clue leads Sherlock and Juliet to a doll shop where they meet his resentful former fiancée, Irene, who kicks them out, but allows Juliet back in after she distances herself from Sherlock. No other writer lends himself to so many different film interpretations as William Shakespeare, whose plays have spawned musicals West Side Story , teen comedies 10 Things I Hate About You , even cartoons though not credited as such, Hamlet is an obvious source of inspiration for The Lion King. .
After getting some sage advice from a statue of William Shakespeare Patrick Stewart , Gnomeo attempts to set things right, and win the heart of the lawn ornament he loves. The animation of the human characters were done via. Gnomeo goes into the museum anyway with Watson in pursuit, only to be kidnapped by a who seemingly smashes Watson. A sequel to 2011 , the film stars the voices of , , , , and. The material is an unusual choice for Disney, which traditionally favors straightforward adaptations of popular stories albeit with necessary alterations over postmodern riffs that combine tribute and spoof.
A gnome looks like he's been crushed by a truck. Like many animation films being made these last years it combines fun things for kids with fun things for adults - without hurting either group the innuendo that is fun for adults is not seen by kids whose innocence protects them from it, the deviation from the original tales to make it fun for kids is not so warped that it makes it unrecognisable for them parents. However, he was involved in the sequel as the creative consultant and he reprised his role as the Red Goon Gnomes. Loosely based on the Shakespearean tragedy Romeo And Juliet this animation film keeps the middle line between tragicomedy and romance. The Gargoyles reveal that they never worked for Watson, and dispose of Sherlock, Watson, and Juliet on a ship.