Hotel Transylvania 2 3D

Hotel Transylvania 2 3D

Hotel Transylvania 2 3D

The animated monster mash family comedy from Adam Sandler and Samurai Jack creator Genndy Tartakovsky returns, with Selena Gomez, Andy Samberg, Fran Drescher and Mel Brooks all providing their voices for the sequel.

Dracula is now the proud grandfather of daughter Mavis and Jonathan’s son Dennis, but while the young boy is clearly human in appearance, he doesn’t seem to be growing into his vampire powers yet. Worried that his grandson may never inherit his family’s gifted genes, Drac takes the child and the rest of the gang to the ruthless boot camp where he first learned to be a monster.

 

2015Rating: PG, Mild animated violence and some scary scenes89 minsUSA
AnimatedComedyKids & FamilyFantasy3D
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Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

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Muddled by a slapdash plot that ultimately cares less about taking a stand in favor of progressive values...

0
Time Out

Time Out

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The storyline limps from tired blood.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

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This inoffensive sequel is, like its predecessor, just enough for a Halloween treat.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

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Unusually for any film top-billed by Adam Sandler these days, there are jokes to please young and old.

3.0
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The New York Times

The New York Times

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The whole thing is amiable and colorful and surprisingly low on body-function gags. It may not kill you to take your kids.

0
The Guardian

The Guardian

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By the end of this 89-minute film, I was absolutely on the edge of my seat. Not due to suspense, but due to my utter disdain for the infantile plotting.

2.0
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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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Tartakovsky is a talented director who knows how to telegraph what an animated character is thinking and doing and how to move a character in ways that suggest personality. He deserves a more interesting assignment.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

This time around, greater attention has been paid to story and character development (while scaling back on all the sight gags)...

0
Variety

Variety

press

Muddled by a slapdash plot that ultimately cares less about taking a stand in favor of progressive values...

0
Time Out

Time Out

press

The storyline limps from tired blood.

0
The Washington Post

The Washington Post

press

This inoffensive sequel is, like its predecessor, just enough for a Halloween treat.

0
The Telegraph

The Telegraph

press

Unusually for any film top-billed by Adam Sandler these days, there are jokes to please young and old.

3.0
0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

The whole thing is amiable and colorful and surprisingly low on body-function gags. It may not kill you to take your kids.

0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

By the end of this 89-minute film, I was absolutely on the edge of my seat. Not due to suspense, but due to my utter disdain for the infantile plotting.

2.0
0
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

Tartakovsky is a talented director who knows how to telegraph what an animated character is thinking and doing and how to move a character in ways that suggest personality. He deserves a more interesting assignment.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

This time around, greater attention has been paid to story and character development (while scaling back on all the sight gags)...

0

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