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Now it's Mavis' turn to play the overprotective parent. It's Thursday and you know what that means Yes, another Robbie's Movie Reviews.
Tonight, is an animated sequel, hoping to live up to the magic and bring about another family friendly adventure to bring your little ones flocking to theater.
Will it be the success they want in regards to quality, or is it mainly a cash grab of the studio to try and compete with the Disney mega corporation.
Robbie K is here and ready to write another review Hotel Transylvania 3 has a cavalcade of characters that are adorable as can be, with big eyed werewolves, curly haired kids with squeaky voices, gigantic puppies, and of course all the goofy stunts that are in between.
If you are a fan of this dynamic alone, then this installment will already be worth the wait for you. Funny: The movie has a charming humor to it for adults, presented in the form of a few witty interventions in the form of nostalgic songs and references.
Yet, the majority of the comedy is of course geared towards the little ones and those with a childish sense of humor. The movie has loads of slapstick, over the top delivery of simplistic writing to get a laugh.
Kids will enjoy this the most, and parents will most likely enjoy watching them giggle their heads off. This will hopefully be further evidence at how appropriate for kids this movie is.
Short run time: While the movie may not be for everyone, you can be excited by the fact that the movie will not last long. The run time comes in at closer to 1 hour and 20 minutes, so you can breathe a sigh of relief that this won't leave you drained upon the final credits rolling.
Speaking of which? Final Credits: I've always been a fan of the cartoon end credits and their clever play with words. The movie continues this trend and brings with it a fun, adorable spin to make it stand out from the other two..
A fun track adds some atmosphere to the credits and ends the movie on an energetic foot to have your kids dancing to the beat.
Music: Hotel Transylvania has always had an appropriate soundtrack to go with the themes of the movie, and number 3 stays on this path again.
The difference for this film is that it contains a few nostalgic songs that may confuse younger audience members and bring smiles to the older ones.
While these legendary tracks are short lived, they do have the right timing to maximize their inclusion. If only they could have had more.
Animation: The animation is not the smoothest at times, most likely to represent the silly atmosphere of this movie. However, this guy appreciated the clever designs of the world, and the cool adaptations on the cruise ship.
Colorful worlds await those who will venture into the theater, though the same can be said for most animated movies.
Hotel Transylvania 3 is all about maximizing kid humor, and fails to extend much past the superficial jabs that will keep the world giggling.
I needed a little more maturity to the mix, something to break out the relentless onslaught of comedy this movie is famous for. Story Suffers: The first movie of the series had a great tale to ground the laughs to, as it pushed character growth and integrated all the characters into the mayhem at hand.
However, this installment did not remotely find this balance, dropping most of their characters to the backburner for very cheap laughs and sequences that were less than impressive.
Why they dropped so much of their balance, I can't answer that, but it was disappointing to see only one storyline with remotely any sustenance.
All the line segment like stories were just not that impressive, but in the grand scheme of things to kids Lack of Interest: I think the big thing of this movie though, is that it seems like the series is losing the steam that kept it going for so long.
After failing with the short before the Emoji movie, I think the series is grasping for straws at this point, and needs to return to its roots to stand a chance for future installments.
Given the failure of the cartoon series I'm not sure if there is remotely any major interest remaining in this series.
The movie is cute, funny, and with an entertaining design, but it didn't have an engaging plot and reduce its characters to mere shambles with the exceptions of a few.
The movie is certainly prime bait for luring kids into the theater, but it just doesn't have the same bite that the first two did.
In regards to if this film is theater worthy I would say only if you're looking to take your kids, otherwise hold out for this one for future viewing.
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Ericka birgt auf Atlantis ein mysteriöses Objekt, welches nur als Instrument der Zerstörung benannt wird und bringt es zu Van Helsing.
Dieser verwendet es, um einen Riesen kraken zu rufen, welcher Dracula und seine Freunde attackiert. Ericka entscheidet sich jedoch im letzten Moment für Dracula und rettet ihm das Leben.
Sie bittet Van Helsing, ihn und die anderen Monster in Ruhe zu lassen, doch dieser setzt seine Attacken fort und hat jetzt auch Ericka auf der Zielscheibe.
Alle Gäste auf dem Schiff feiern und fangen an zu tanzen und sogar Van Helsing kann sich nicht zurückhalten. Als er während dem Tanzen abstürzt, fängt Dracula ihn auf.
Van Helsing ist gerührt und entschuldigt sich bei den Monstern. Der Film wurde am Juli in den Vereinigten Staaten und am Juli in Deutschland veröffentlicht.
Von Kritikern erhielt der Film gemischte Bewertungen. In the present day, Dracula is running his hotel business smoothly with his daughter Mavis and son-in-law Johnny.
Drac is depressed that he has remained single since his wife Martha's death despite his attempts to meet someone. Misinterpreting this as stress from overwork, Mavis books a cruise so they can all take a break and spend more time together as a family.
Dracula, Johnny, Mavis, Dennis, and the hotel guests board a cruise ship called the Legacy. Dracula sees the ship's human captain, Ericka, and immediately falls for her, something that he thought was impossible as he had already "zinged" before.
Ericka goes to a private and secret room on the lower decks where she meets Abraham Van Helsing, secretly her great-grandfather.
Van Helsing has almost entirely mechanized his body to avoid death, and has a plan to eliminate all the monsters: on the cruise's arrival at the lost city of Atlantis , he will use an Instrument of Destruction in Atlantis' ruins.
Van Helsing makes Ericka promise to not assassinate Dracula beforehand, but she makes repeated unsuccessful attempts to do so anyway.
Dracula's friends hear Ericka complain about her inability to get him and misinterpret this as a sign of affection. Dracula nervously asks Ericka out on a date, and she accepts since she sees this as another opportunity to kill him.
As they dine on a deserted island, Ericka unexpectedly begins to fall in love with Drac, after they learn about each other's pasts. Mavis discovers Dracula is interested in Ericka and becomes suspicious of Ericka's motives.
The cruise ship reaches Atlantis, which has been converted into a casino; Dracula decides to tell Mavis the truth about Ericka but gets distracted seeing Ericka enter an underground crypt.
Drac follows her, with Mavis not far behind, and learns that Ericka is after a "family heirloom". With Dracula's help, she evades the booby traps around the object and escapes.
Mavis arrives and confronts them, and Dracula confesses that he "zinged" with Ericka, to Mavis' surprise and confusion.
After Ericka is told what a "zing" is, she rejects Dracula's romantic feelings, leaving Dracula dejected.
A regretful Ericka gives Van Helsing the object—the Instrument of Destruction—and he sets a trap for the monsters at a dance party.
Noticing that Dracula is still depressed about Ericka, Mavis takes advice from Johnny and tells her father to talk to Ericka, admitting that she was afraid of him leaving her, which allays Drac's fears.
Van Helsing shows up and pushes away the DJ , and a saddened Ericka is forced to reveal that she is his great-granddaughter. Van Helsing unveils the Instrument of Destruction, a case for a music note sheet, and plays a song that drives a friendly Kraken living near the island to attack the monsters.
Dracula tries to stop the Kraken, but gets injured. Ericka saves Dracula from the Kraken and pleads with her great-grandfather to stop the destruction, confessing her love for Drac.
This infuriates Van Helsing, and he attacks them both. Upon playing the " Macarena ," the Kraken is relaxed and happy for good; Van Helsing is unable to counter the song as everyone begins to dance, including the music sheet, which rips itself to pieces during the process.
When Van Helsing also dances, he accidentally slips and falls, but Dracula saves him. Touched by the act of kindness, Van Helsing apologizes to the monsters and gives everyone a full refund for the cruise, before sending them back.
Back at Hotel Transylvania, Dracula proposes to Ericka, who stammers at the question before accepting. In September , Michelle Murdocca, the film's producer, said before the second film 's release that the studio was "talking about number 3 and moving forward and taking the franchise to the next level," but thought that she and director Genndy Tartakovsky would not return, since they were working on Tartakovsky's Can You Imagine?
I have a lot of other ideas, and I kind of have to express them and have them come out. Despite leaving the series, Tartakovsky later announced that he would return as the director for the third installment.
One of the biggest challenges for the animation team was creating the massive Kraken character and simulating the water effects and destruction caused by the massive creature.
Mark Mothersbaugh returned to score the third film, having previously scored the first two installments, while Sony Classical Records has released an official soundtrack of the trilogy.
Eric Nam recorded the song "Float" for the film. Summer Vacation was originally scheduled for release on September 21, , a date that was later moved up two months to July While most territories released the film on July release dates, the film was released in China on August 17, Similarly, Italy and the Philippines didn't see the film until late August as well while Japan and Poland have October release dates.
Here We Go Again. The website's critical consensus reads, " Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation delivers exactly what fans will expect — which means another 97 agreeably lightweight minutes of fast-paced gags and colorful animation.
IGN gave the film score of 7. They seem like the ones taking the vacation, and it's audiences who are left to pick up the tab.
Kids go for the familiar faces, repeated jokes, and comfortable world they feel they know. Hotel Transylvania 3 gets enough of that right to allow it to stand above the truly abysmal summer animated offerings of recent years I'm looking at you, The Nut Job 2 and The Emoji Movie.
It's not that bad. It's more forgettable than painful. When it was over, I asked my 9-year-old what he would give it.
He replied, "I would give it 4 stars but I'm a kid. I'd probably give it 3 if I were an adult. Brian Lowry of CNN wrote, "Creatively, though, unlike the best animated franchises, whatever sense of discovery, surprise or ingenuity that Hotel Transylvania originally offered appears pretty well behind it.
That might not mean it's checkout time just yet, but all that seems left is to dig up the pieces, stitch them together, and flip the "on" switch. When you can watch the TV show at home, the movies must be relative events.
This one feels less like an inspired PG-rated, kid-friendly distillation of Sandler's comedy than an animated version of his comparatively lazy studio comedies where he and his regular castmates go on a vacation on the studio's dime.
The movie looks great, there are a few chuckles, and the kids may enjoy it. But compared to its predecessors, Hotel Transylvania 3 is mostly blah blah blah.
Chris Nashawaty from Entertainment Weekly gave the film a B-, saying "The harmless high jinks all go down easily enough without being particularly memorable or pushing the art form past the expected.
Three movies in, the Hotel Transylvania series is undeniably getting a bit long in the fang. It's maybe one more sequel away from having a stake mercifully driven through its heart.