Hotel Transylvania


Action / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 44%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 72%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 186004


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Adam Sandler as Dracula
Selena Gomez as Mavis
Steve Buscemi as Wayne
Andy Samberg as Jonathan
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1.50 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Mihai Toma 9 / 10

An interesting re-imagining of Dracula

After the death of his wife, Count Dracula became an overprotective father, determined to do whatever he could to keep his daughter Mavis safe from the cruel human world. So he built a big castle which he named Hotel Transylvania, a place for every monster who wanted to stay away from humans. Everything goes according to plan until an actual person accidentally enters the hotel, bringing a lot of problems to Dracula who must act fast in order not to compromise his sacred place (and of course the wellbeing of Mavis).

It's an interesting story with monsters, full of funny moments and excitement. We see how a human can dramatically change a world which monsters considered safe and the life of Dacula's own daughter. It's very good looking, very well animated and it has some outstanding music. It had some awkward moments scattered along the way which seemed a bit out of place but it's overall a very good movie. Enjoy!

Reviewed by Charles Herold (cherold) 6 / 10

Mildly amusing

There are a few very funny moments in Hotel Transylvania, which takes place at a monster-only hotel invaded by a human doofus and deals with an over-protective Dracula and his adventurous daughter, but there is a lot of dead time in between.

Overall it feels comfortable and familiar; if you can't predict every turn in the story way before it happens then you just haven't seen very many movies. There is an adequate story, solid animation, and good voice acting, which is enough for something generally watchable.

The laughs pick up a bit in the movie's second half, so if you're mildly enjoying yourself, go ahead and watch it all. But I wouldn't go out of my way for this one.

Reviewed by redanhemma 5 / 10

Decent film, but not hugely impressive

I had heard a lot about this one being good, so I decided to watch it but was rather underwhelmed. Most of all what kind of bothered me was the constant happy-cheery-jokey kind of stuff going on. I get that the target audience is young children, but I don't think that necessarily means you need to make everything so silly and cheesy. I've seen a lot of really great children's movies that were more serious (though still age-appropriate of course) and only had the occasional funny bit. Especially considering the monster theme, I did not expect this level of silly and cheesy.

And while on the topic of the monster theme, that's another thing that kind of bugged me. Maybe I'm just stuck up, I don't know, but it bothers me when creators take too much of a creative liberty with established classical characters or beings/creatures, or in some cases they just got things wrong (like the oh so typical case of calling the monster Frankenstein when that's in fact the name of the man who made him, that's a massive pet peeve of mine, and just generally making his character entirely wrong). I suppose I just prefer more old- fashioned monsters. And... Why is Quasimodo not human, and more importantly, why is he some sort of crazy fiery chef??? Speaking of which, Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame is a pretty good example of how a movie for children can still be pretty dark and serious without CONSTANT comic relief.

Overall the movie is not awful or anything, not at all, but much too goofy, over-the-top, predictable to a ridiculous extent, and not very "authentic" with its monsters. I'd say it has too much of a modern tone as well, if that makes any sense. This could have been so much better if the creators had the courage to be more unique.

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