Parents have all been through it. Your baby learns to walk, they lose their first tooth, and before you know it, they’re 118, in love, and you’re just praying they’ll break up with their partner and settle down with a nice monster instead. No? Well in Hotel Transylvania that’s Dracula’s (Adam Sandler) problem. He’s at a loss when his precious daughter doesn’t fall in love with a monster, but chooses a dangerous, vile human instead.
It’s Mavis’s 118th birthday and all manner of monsters come out of the woodwork to celebrate. With a hotel full of anti-human monsters, Dracula sees an immediate problem when a young human named Jonathan (Andy Samberg) stumbles through the doors. Jonathan has a tough time blending in, and after meeting Dracula’s daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez), he has an even harder time finding a reason to leave.
An overprotective vampire dad, a hotel full of monsters, and a clueless backpacker create a film kids will love. While a few of the hotel guests might frighten small children, their friendly manner will soon put those fears to rest. If you’re debating what screen to go to, we recommend 2D, as the 3D doesn’t add much to the film and blurs too much during action shots.
For a movie boys and ghouls will enjoy, take the kids to Hotel Transylvania. In cinemas now!
Category: Film & TV