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Welcome to the Hotel Transylvania, Dracula's (Adam Sandler) lavish five-stake resort, where monsters and their families can live it up, free to be the monsters they are without humans to bother them. On one special weekend, Dracula has invited some of the world's most famous monsters--Frankenstein and his bride, the Mummy, the Invisible Man, a family of werewolves, and more--to celebrate his daughter Mavis's 118th birthday. For Drac, catering to all of these legendary monsters is no problem--but his world could come crashing down when one ordinary guy stumbles on the hotel and takes a shine to Mavis. -- (C) Sony
Release Date Hotel Transylvania Sep 28, 2012 Wide
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Movie Overview For Hotel Transylvania

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Actors For Hotel Transylvania

Adam Sandler,Andy Samberg,Selena Gomez,Kevin James,Fran Drescher,Steve Buscemi,Molly Shannon,David Spade,Ceelo Greene,Jon Lovitz,Brian George,Luenell,Jim Wise,Brian Stack,Chris Parnell,Jackie Sandler,Sadie Sandler,Robert Smigel,Rob Riggle,Paul Brittain

Genres Hotel Transylvania : Animation,Kids & Family,Comedy

Visitor Ranting & Critics For Hotel Transylvania

User Ranting Hotel Transylvania : 3.9
User Percentage For Hotel Transylvania : 73 %
User Count Like for Hotel Transylvania : 104,618
All Critics Ranting For Hotel Transylvania : 5.3
All Critics Count For Hotel Transylvania : 136
All Critics Percentage For Hotel Transylvania : 43 %

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Review For Hotel Transylvania

No one does saccharine like Adam Sandler. The man can be sharp, angry and funny - but when he lays on the sweetness, it's like drowning in an avalanche of Tate & Lyle.
Tom Huddleston-Time Out

The 3-D adds a vertiginous thrill to a chase on flying tables and a touch of claustrophobia to a maze of underground corridors.
Nell Minow-Chicago Sun-Times

Not since Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein have the great Universal monsters been subjected to such dismal treatment.
James Berardinelli-ReelViews

Even the animation is ugly.
Stephen Whitty-Newark Star-Ledger

Hotel Transylvania may lack the emotional oomph of Pixar's best efforts, but it makes up for it with rapid-fire gags and an unflagging pace that makes this a rare all-ages treat.
Alonso Duralde-The Wrap

A fast, funny and wildly inventive animated tale with enough laughs and heart to appeal to audiences of all ages.
Bruce Demara-Toronto Star

I was disappointed that this one didn't snag a best animated film Oscar nomination, because it was my second favorite movie in the category last year, after Wreck it Ralph.
Phil Villarreal-OK! Magazine

A tyke-friendly adventure teaching a universal message of tolerance via the oft-repeated maxim that monsters are people, too!
Kam Williams-Sly Fox

Kids will enjoy Hotel Transylvania, and it won't bore the socks off adults too.
Sam Bathe-Fan The Fire

There's a good chance that children under 10 will find "Hotel Transylvania" entertaining, because it's as non-threatening as can be and the jokes are obvious. There's an equally good chance that everyone else will wander off . . .
James Plath-Movie Metropolis

From the spooked start, the comic-rhythm dial's set to bulldozer. Whizzes through the superficially amusing conceit without actually taking much time to craft cunning comedy. Like a sugar-rushed Count Chocula-meets-Fawlty-Towers idea.
Brian Gibson-Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)

This is a perfectly O.K. animated film. The animation is really quite good. The characters are interesting, but the predictable story isn't very compelling. It is a slightly above average animated feature.
Robert Roten-Laramie Movie Scope

Director Genndy Tartakovsky has fashioned something even the most sensitive little flowers in your family can enjoy.
Andy Lea-Daily Star

Hotel Transylvania might be useful as a primer to introduce young film fans to some classic screen creatures, but it falls way behind the standard set by wittier animations from the likes of Pixar and Aardman.
Lewis Corner-Digital Spy

The concept of monsters as the good guys and humans as the villains is nothing new in the realm of movies, but Tartakovsky keeps things moving along at a satisfying pace as the stellar voice cast have a field day with their iconic characters.
Jason Buchanan-TV Guide's Movie Guide

... another empty-calorie animated feature ...
Jim Lane-Sacramento News & Review

Checking into this hotel will give you a thrill and get you in the mood for Halloween.
Roz Laws-Birmingham Post

It's not good enough to actually like, nor is it bad enough to get worked up about.
Ken Hanke-Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Primarily concerned with ensuring that young viewers aren't bored, it restlessly relies on juvenile humour, uninspiring musical numbers and wacky, Looney Tunes-type chases.
Stephen Carty-Flix Capacitor

With a script by that manages to dilute Adam Sandler's baser instincts with a real love for Universal monsters, Hotel Transylvania is no Grown Ups-style torture.
James White-SFX Magazine

It's inventive, wittily drawn, macabre in a Charles Addams vein, and overlong. Children will find it as much fun as Halloween.
Philip French-Observer [UK]

The characters and story, forged by six different directors and many more writers over a six-year-production stint, leave little room for Tartakovsky tricks and tics.
Tara Brady-Irish Times

Eye-catching animation and non-stop jokes make this animated monster movie a lot more fun than we expect. It's packed with gross-out gags that will keep kids laughing, plus clever character-based humour for the grown-ups.

The ultimate message about ignorance being the scariest thing of all is a sincere one, but it gets lost in the nonstop, eager-to-please, uninspired zaniness.
Alan Jones-Radio Times

There is not much originality here, particularly not a daughter wanting to escape an overprotective parent - Brave and Tangled did this much better - and the 3D hardly registers.
Alex Zane-Sun Online

Sandler's second venture into animation is almost as unfunny as his horrendous Eight Crazy Nights, ten years ago.
Christopher Tookey-Daily Mail [UK]

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