I asked a question with the story-identification tag. The answer turned out to be that the movie I was thinking of was Disney's The Great Mouse Detective. For some reason, it became a popular network question. After a day or so, it has gathered 4 close votes for being "off-topic". As someone points out in the comments, it involves a plot to replace the Queen with a robotic duplicate (and the only person who disagreed deleted their comment). Others agreed that this was related and on-topic. However, I am concerned that the popularity will result in it getting closed, despite being no less on-topic than other story-identification questions. Given my experience with other SE sites, 4 close votes almost guarantees a close. Is this question on-topic? Should I flag it for moderator attention, or just ask for it to be re-opened when it gets put on hold?
My memory of the movie is very hazy, but I do recall many scenes which focused heavily on the robotic duplicate, which seems very distinctly sci-fi.
EDIT: A comment here pointed out that this Meta question points to this being on-topic.
An answer should not make a question off-topic, if the question without the answer seems on-topic.
At the time of asking the question, my memory pointed to it being SFF due to the steampunk robot. Clearly, this movie is far more SFF than an Axe commercial.