Hotel Transylvania 2 (3D)

Hotel Transylvania 2 (3D)

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Directed by : Genndy Tartakovsky

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Now that Dracula (Adam Sandler) has opened the Hotel Transylvania's doors to humans, things are changing for the better; however, Drac is secretly worried that his half-human grandson, Dennis, isn't showing his vampire side. So, while Mavis and Johnny are away, Drac enlists his friends to help him put the boy through a "monst...more

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“While the makers have attempted to maintain the legacy, the new installment doesn't quite matches the original.”

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Hotel Transylvania was an unexpectedly fun film that checked most of the right boxes for both adults and kids. It’s sequel continues in the same vein, but is unfortunately not as good. While not crap in any department, there’s absolutely nothing that stands out about it at all. It’s an amusing family flick that goes through the motions. Perhaps it's because the surprise factor of the first one has worn off by now.


 


Mavis and Johnny have got married and had a kid, Dennis. Much to Dracula’s (Mavis father) displeasure, Dennis seems to be far more human than monster and he cannot stand for this. He gets his chance to make things right though, when Mavis and Johnny decide to go meet his parents in the big city. Dracula uses this opportunity to get all his monster friends and put little Dennis though a monster boot camp. There’s a problem though, as Vlad, Dracula’s ultra orthodox monster dad decides to pay him a visit, making for a less than ideal scenario in Hotel Transylvania.


 


Hotel Transylvania 2 is a one time watch at best. Throughout the entirety of the film, there’s this nagging feeling that you've seen it all before. The plot is also rather predictable, with nothing in there that will surprise you. Also, the cornucopia of monsters is interesting in the beginning, but it gets too much and hinders the plot. It also doesn’t help that Johnny is an utter moron that seems to hog screen time only to annoy the viewer. Most of this really shouldn’t bother children though, as the movie is a visual treat, and definitely has enough gags to keep one entertained. 

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