Gnomeo and Juliet details
|Formats:||U DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Emily Blunt, James McAvoy, Maggie Smith, Jason Statham, Michael Caine, Ashley Jensen|
|Genres:||Animated, Children, Comedy, Family|
|Collections:||2012's Top Films, 3-6 Years Old, Cool Cartoons, Duvet Days, Easter Eggstravaganza!, Enchanting Films, England Expects, Far Far Away|
Gnomeo and Juliet
|Run time:||1 hour 24 minutes|
|Rental release:||06 Jun 2011|
By Tegan Kniveton from LOVEFiLM
A star-studded cast takes on this animated adaptation of Shakespeare's famous tragedy.
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Great FilmBy a customer from Liverpool, England , 07 Feb 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]This is a great film for all the family to watch. I really enjoyed it. Definitely worth a watch.
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Romantic family funBy Vinski (2 reviews) , 09 Jun 2013It was great for the kids and becomes more addictable the more you watch it. Give it a try if the kids have got nothing else to watch.
fantabulous family filmBy Dawnifer (6 reviews) , 07 May 2013A top notch family film with a classic soundtrack that had my kids bouncing about, they are also the children who are obsessed with mamma mia for the music lol so it was a big ask and it succeeded, highly enjoyable even went out to buy it xx
not as funny as told it wasBy fiferman (2 reviews) , 24 Apr 2013was told that this film was funnier than the first shrek but in my opinion it aint,it was still an ok film an did make make me laugh a few times.
Hope this helpsBy a customer , 06 Apr 2013I am a huge romantic and I thought this film was endearing and I loved the way the film was made. I really liked how they made Shakespeares ideas fit in with the film- Like the way the people are both called Capulet and Montague,Tibalt and the road being Verona Drive. I thought this was set out really well and overall was a brilliant film.
Garden Gnomes & Shakespere.... So British!By a customer , 03 Apr 2013This is a really good take on Romeo & Juliet. It has a homely British feel for me. The songs are great and humerous, Elton John did himself proud with this!