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Hotel Transylvania Movie Review

Dracula tries to plan a special 118thbirthday party for his daughter, Mavis. But when a human crashes the monster party, he must do everything in his power to steer him away from her. Kidzworld reviews Hotel Transylvania.

A Dream Come True

Many years ago, Dracula accomplished his and his late wife’s dream of building Hotel Transylvania, a place where monsters of every kind could come and be themselves without having to hide from the dangerous, horrible humans. The hotel is cleverly place in a remote location guarded by a forest of the living dead to keep all humans at bay.

An Unwelcome Guest

On Dracula’s daughter Mavis’s 118th birthday, he plans a special party for her, inviting all the usual monsters, such as Frankenstein, the invisible man, Quasimoto and many more. But all Mavis real wants for her birthday is for her father to let her explore the world. She’s sick of being cooped up in the hotel and wants to meet people her age.

A Brewing Romance

But everything changes when a brave human named Johnny crashes the party. Dracula does everything in his power to disguise him as a monster, including dressing him up like Frankenstein’s cousin. As he mingles with the party guests, Johnny impresses the other monsters with his worldly knowledge, especially Mavis. Dracula can see a romance brewing. In order to protect his daughter, he needs to remove Johnny from the party and fast.

The Bottom Line

Hotel Transylvania is the perfect film to get you in the Halloween spirit. With a mix of over-the-top and subtle humor, it can be enjoyed by all ages. You may recognize some familiar voices, including Selena Gomez as Mavis, and Adam Sandler as Dracula. We definitely recommend that you check Hotel Transylvania out in 3D.

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