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Welcome to Hotel Transylvania, Dracula’s lavish five-stake resort, where monsters and their families can live it up and no humans are allowed. One special weekend, Dracula (Adam Sandler) has invited all his best friends – Frankenstein and his wife, the Mummy, the Invisible Man, the Werewolf family, and more – to celebrate his beloved daughter Mavis’s (Selena Gomez) 118th birthday. For Dracula catering to all of these legendary monsters is no problem but the party really starts when one ordinary guy stumbles into the hotel and changes everything!
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Now for you true blue movie critics, I will remind you that it is an Adam Sandler movie (not meant to be taken seriously, literally, and please for heavens sake, DO NOT TAKE IT PERSONALLY)
I adored it for the story line that put the sweetest twist on an old tale. My son loved it for the flatulence jokes that almost make him choke he laughs so hard, and I have never seen a 2yr old walk around saying, "I am Dracula bla bla bla"
As a mother that has loved Adam Sandler my whole life, to really see how much of a father he really is, I love it. If you are not a fan of Adam Sandler and gang, or old monster movies, I would pick something else.
That being said, the "overbearing parent needing to know when to let go" theme was done better with Brave, which not only was more original and engaging, it was visually stunning, making Hotel Transylvania's graphics feel a bit 'Scooby-doo'.
Oh, the end credits have some great backdrop art. I watched them to the very end. I'd pay for framed pictures of some of those stills.
True, the story is an aching cliché but it's cute, at times even endearing. (These are not traits you'd expect from an Adam Sandler movie.) The humor is inconsistent (I could have done without the gratuitous fart joke). The message is that age-old plea for tolerance. My favorite character was Wayne the werewolf (Steve Buscemi).
On the whole, I'd have to say this cartoon was ridiculously sweet................and cute.