Written February 13, 2016
Loved it! It was a cute movie, I went with my 14yr old daughter and we both really enjoyed the show, will definitely go see it again!
highly recommend this one :)
Written March 31, 2015
The film is watchable, so-so it wasn't the greatest animated movie ever, but it was definitely entertaining. I personally thought it was ok. The animation was alright, Adam Sandler's version of Count Dracula wasn't all that great. The story was typical, few funnies here and there.
I watched it with my niece & nephews and the whole family loved it. The kids loved it. I loved the typical stereotyping/impersonation of Dracula "Blah! Blah! Blah". I thought that was really hilarious. This movie is definitely a good family entertainment.
Written October 07, 2012
This movie is definitely a must see for adults and children (5 yrs old and older)! My 6 year old grandson, husband, and I laughed throughout the movie. My 4 year old granddaughter was a little confused with some parts of the movie. She was unsure whether to laugh or cry at some of the characters in the movie. Great animation! Great plot! Still, I'd highly recommend Hotel Transylvania for a family night out!
Written October 24, 2016
I went to see Hotel Transylvania with my fiance and my two younger siblings who are 7 and 6 years old. There are times when the movie gives some adult humor that the kids will not understand, but it has some cute scenes with cool-looking monsters that both kids and adults will enjoy. The cast was great for the voiceovers and overall good movie to spend the money on for the family. Two thumbs up!
Written October 04, 2012
I was looking forward to Hotel Transylvania when I read the advanced publicity (Genndy Tartakovsky directing, Robert Smigel sharing the writing credits, and an interesting cast), but I was sorely disappointed after seeing the final product.
I'm a big fan of Smigel's wickedly satirical SNL animated shorts, but there was none of that present at the Hotel Transylvania. Just a cliched plot about a teenager and her overly protective dad, interspersed with the occasional sight gag. HT is strictly for preteens; older moviegoers will find little of interest until the final credits, where there are some beautifully drawn stills that should have been used for the movie's setting.
Check out Monsters Inc. or Coraline for how to properly do a movie in this genre.