Hotel Transylvania 2

2015

Action  Animation  Comedy  Family  Fantasy  Horror  

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Cast

Adam Sandler as Dracula
Selena Gomez as Mavis
Nick Offerman as Grandpa Mike
Steve Buscemi as Wayne
3D 720p 1080p
1.36 GB
1920*1080
English
PG
23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
P/S 7 / 37
661.1 MB
1280*720
English
PG
23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
P/S 47 / 178
1.36 GB
1920*1080
English
PG
23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
P/S 42 / 181

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by basilbenaz 9 / 10

Surprised that this film is great indeed for kids and adults too.

Hotel Transylvania 2 is a 2015 American 3D computer animated fantasy-comedy film. The film is the sequel to the 2012 film Hotel Transylvania.Hotel Transylvania 2 takes place seven years after the first film, with the hotel now open to human guests. Mavis and Johnny have a young son named Dennis, whose lack of any vampire abilities worries his grandfather Dracula. When Mavis and Johnny go on a visit to Johnny's parents, Dracula calls his friends to help him make Dennis a vampire. However, an unexpected visit from Dracula's old-school human-hating dad, Vlad soon turns things upside-down.As an adult,I quite enjoyed watching this excellent movie. If you are looking for real Comedy/Adventure movie with perfect action from start to finish,then you should see this masterpiece movie.

Reviewed by rgkarim 9 / 10

A Rehashing of the First Tale that Is Still Fun

It's the end of September, and once more a beginning of pumpkin spice lattes, football season, and the transitional movie season as we approach the holidays. This weekend, another animated "blockbuster" drops its fangs and sinks itself into the waiting juvenile masses. This vivid description is to serve as an opening for my latest review assignment on Hotel Transylvania 2. While Halloween is still a few weeks off, Adam Sandler and his buddies release their animated sequel in hopes of kicking off October right. Can this franchise keep the same "spirit" of fun and humorous, or does it join the list of unimpressive sequels. Read on to find out. The first Hotel Transylvania was cute and family friendly, qualities that number two amplifies to the next level with Dracula's grandson. Dennis is an adorable, big eyed, high- pitched toddler whose innocence leads our "heroes" to teach him the old monster ways. The kid himself is cute, This journey is very simplistic, filled with half baked schemes, overused taglines, and some running gags that while funny do eventually get stale at some point (a.k.a the blah blah blah thing). Sandler's team uses their usual bag of tricks to spur up some laughs, many of the ploys entertaining the wave of kids in my showing. However, Sandler's wit seems to come out a little more in the hotel, as his writers poke fun at a number of modern day "conveniences" that are more relevant to the audience. Cell phones, social media, even the modern day television icons (i.e. cakey the monster) all are mocked by the lord of darkness at how ridiculous (and overused) these things are. So the humor and cuteness is the same, but what about the story? Much like the humor, the tale of this film has much of the same feeling as its predecessor. Despite the events of the first movie, Dracula still has issues with the whole monster/human racial thing in the movie. The team must have run out of ideas, because a lot of scenes may seem familiar from the first film, especially in terms of Dracula's obsession with keeping Mavis. Yet amidst of the sea of familiarity, the more "unique" elements maintain their charm and fit well with rehashed storyline. That is until you get to the grand finale. To me the whole ending sequence was a rushed wrap up that although brought some action, lacked the finesse the movie had. It almost seemed like it was designed to bring a barely mentioned character into the picture, which wasn't necessary. Animation wise the film lives up to the standards the first one set. Drac and the crew fluidly move about the scenes, the voices match the lips, with the exception of the invisible man whose glass just teeter, and visuals are fun and colorful. The lack of new features is a little disappointing, but it was to be expected when you limit yourself to a hotel and pull out all the stops on the first movie. Of course many of your little ones won't care as long as they get to see Drac and the crew do their ridiculous stunts. In terms of voice acting, again nothing new here. Sandler's Transylvanian accent still makes me giggle, and his throaty, over exaggerated cries are still consistent over the last two decades. Gomez has managed to bring back Mavis' modern woman charm, while also adding the emotional touch of an overprotective mother. Kevin James is well? Kevin James, a mixture of loud screaming and hushed talking that pales in comparison to how the monster looks. The problem with this movie is that the other characters really don't get much voice time in this picture. Buschemi, Spade, even Samberg felt pushed on the backburner, with Sandler taking most of the dialog in this movie. Not only did this limit the character interactions we enjoyed, but also deprived us of some more diverse comedy. On the plus side, it meant limited time hearing Fran Drescher's voice.Hotel Transylvania 2 has the same fun, family friendly element that charmed many audience members long ago. Not much has changed over the past few years, which isn't a bad thing in a movie like this. However, I would have liked to see a more cohesive and in depth story like the first one to round up the picture. Nevertheless, the younger members will scream in delight with this film, while the older crowd will enjoy the more subtle pokes at popular media. Worth a trip to theater? I'll say yes, just because of the fun adventure, but there really isn't anything "theater worthy" of it. My scores are:Animation/Comedy/Family: 8 Movie Overall: 7

Reviewed by Daniel Figueroa Sierra 9 / 10

it's a really funny movie

Well, many people says this movie sucks but I think they are saying it because Adam Sandler is in the movie but I think this is a good movie, it's funny, is not trying to be something it is not because is not a movie with a super message obviously no, it knows that is just funny, the animation is beautiful, the mayority of the characters are OK but it have some flaws and they are: it have some characters that are in the movie just because they have to be on it but they really unnecessary and boring characters. The opening scenes feel very accelerated and many things pass so fast that you can't pay attention to all of them. I would say that is as good as the first one but I think that isn't better and they are in the same place, none is better than the other. Well I'm going to give it an 8.2 of 10, it's a good movie that is really enjoyable to watch.

Reviewed by Michael Seng Wah 9 / 10

A Satisfying Sequel

More monster characters, more amusing moments and more exciting parties have upgraded an additional star rating for the hotel this Halloween season. The animation starts off immediately from where it ended previously, progresses in a moderate pacing, filled with numerous hilarious moments though with the usual ridiculous Adam Sandler type of humors, it's not overly used and creates just sufficient amount of laughter. The message about to change and to adapt in order to fit oneself into a new environment is well simplified to cater children's understanding while the eye popping, colorful visual effects together with pop styles emerging into the story are well crafted to make young adults feel like kids. Overall, the sequel is an energetic animation compared to its predecessor, heart-warming and certainly a satisfying family goers movie to enjoy.

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