Written June 04, 2015
Went to see this with my 5 and 8 y/o daughters and the hubby. All of us were very entertained by this movie. There were quite a few laugh out loud moments, and the kids in the audience all seemed to be thoroughly enjoying themselves throughout the movie. The animation was vibrant and looked great. I did not see this in 3D and I don't really think it would have made much of a difference either way, with the exception of a few key Count Dracula moments (see it, you'll get what I mean). A lot of very funny people provided voices for this movie including Andy Samberg, Cee Lo Green, Steve Buscemi, Adam Sandler, Kevin James, etc. Go see it!
Written October 06, 2015
Loved the movie and so did my 4 year old. A new twist on the overprotective parent saving their pride and joy from the horrors of the 'real' world. Enjoyed how the plot came together with some of the typical drama but lots of laughs. A great look into how the 'other' half dies with laughs for the kids and chances for parents to laugh at themselves as well. It's not easy being a parent, single or otherwise, but I sure could use some of the moves Dracula uses :-D
Written January 26, 2015
I went to see this show with my husband and grandkids. I think we were laughing more than our grandkids. It was a funny happy movie.I have to tip my hat to the artists who drew the characters. It was a great show.
Written May 03, 2015
what can I say this movie is fantastic it's WAY better than Megamind don't listen to the critics they are just biased
Written August 30, 2015
I thought this movie was cute, adorable, and had a several good laughs. There are some adult themes and references that kids wont pick up on (nothing naughty, just geared towards adults), so it is entertaining for both adults and children. I think it was a good family outing and worth the price of admission.