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Rated PG · 95 minutes · 2012

Animated, Comedy, Fantasy
This animated take on Dracula (the voice of Adam Sandler) and big spooks like Frankenstein’s monster (Kevin James) and the Werewolf (Steve Buscemi) has a fun setup and some great gags—but the mania barely slows down long enough for you to take it in. The film is often unnecessarily spastic in telling the tale of a nervous Dracula dealing with his daughter on her 118th birthday (which is young in vampire years). A human (Andy Samberg) shows up at the titular hotel, a building Dracula created to keep dangerous humans away, and his daughter (Selena Gomez) falls for him. The story is hard to digest, but there are some great moments, including every time the vampires turn into bats (it’s cute), and a werewolf baby knowing what plane flight somebody is taking by smelling his shirt (it’s unbelievably cute). But there were too many other moments when I just wanted to look away, because the animation was far too frantic.
Official Site: www.welcometohotelt.com
Director: Genndy Tartakovsky
Producer: Michelle Murdocca, Adam Sandler, Robert Smigel and Allen Covert
Cast: Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Kevin James, Fran Drescher, Steve Buscemi, Molly Shannon, David Spade, CeeLo Green, Jon Lovitz, Brian George, Luenell, Brian Stack and Chris Parnell

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Portland Mercury Better Than Boiled Asparagus Kids will like Hotel Transylvania! Kids don't know anything. by Wm. Steven Humphrey 09/27/2012
The Coast Halifax Hotel Transylvania True love surprise and scream cheese by Jacob Boon 09/27/2012
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Creative Loafing Charlotte Hotel Transylvania: Worth a short stay Rating: **1/2 by Matt Brunson 10/05/2012
Indy Week Bearable Adam Sandler in Hotel Transylvania The script was co-written by famed SNL writer and longtime Sandler crony Robert Smigel, although I like to think the slower, more clever moments came from the other co-writer, Peter Baynham, of last year's underappreciated Arthur Christmas. by Craig D. Lindsey 09/26/2012
Boise Weekly Looper and Hotel Transylvania: One Huge Hit and One Small Chuckle Don't check into this cartoon hotel but definitely check out Looper. by George Prentice 09/27/2012

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