Hotel Transylvania [2 Discs] [Includes Digital Copy] [UltraViolet] [Blu-ray/DVD] [2012]

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    Overview

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1472 out of 1494)

    Special Features


    • Goodnight Mr. Foot Mini-Movie Directed And Animated By Genndy Tartakovsky
    • "Problem (Monster Remix)"
    • Mussic Video And Behind The Scenes
    • Deleted Scenes
    • Filmmakers' Commentary
    • DVD-ROM Link To Fun And Games!
    • Blu-Ray Exclusives:
    • Meet The Staff And Guests: Voicing Hotel Transylvania
    • Making The Hotel: The Animation
    • Progression Reels

    Synopsis


    Hotel Transylvania
    Samurai Jack's Genndy Tartakovsky directed this animated tale concerning a hotel where monsters such as Dracula (voice of Adam Sandler), the Invisible Man (David Spade), Frankenstein (Kevin James), and his bride (Fran Drescher), along with a host of others, head to relax from a world full of humans. When a young man (Andy Samberg) stumbles onto the resort and falls for Drac's teenage daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez), comedy high jinks ensue. Cee Lo Green, Steve Buscemi, and Molly Shannon also lend their voices. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Adam Sandler
      Adam Sandler - Dracula
    • Andy Samberg
      Andy Samberg - Jonathan
    • Selena Gomez
      Selena Gomez - Mavis
    • Kevin James
      Kevin James - Frankenstein
    • Fran Drescher
      Fran Drescher - Eunice



    Customer rating

    4.7
    99%
    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Very fun!

      Posted
      doc8998
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      Bought this this week on sale for 3D blu ray for $14.99 + a $5 gift certificate- was a perfect time for it to go on sale! As a Dad who loves horror, and has since I was a kid (all while hating Disney features) I'm always seemingly waiting on my son to get older to have him enjoy some of the movies my parents allowed me to watch. Now, I'm in no rush to have my 2 1/2 year old watch Hostel with me, but I'm in no rush to watch Toy Story, either. Luckily, I married a woman who loves the kids movies of the world, so she keeps me in check, and my little guy has plenty of movies from her for now, and TONS of movies when he gets older. Hotel Transylvania was one of those kids movies that finally caught my interest (outside of Despicable Me) because of all the classic monsters in it. My wife wasn't so sure how our little guy would react without previewing it first, so I DVR'd it one day, and on a day she was at work with the two of us looking for some movie time, I popped it on, complete with commercials, and the remote ready should it give him any jolts. Occasionally, Dracula would get angry and the screen would quickly turn red, and they'd closeup on Drac's face, where he'd head jerk and snarl for a few seconds, but my son actually found it funny, turning around and saying "RAHR!" Other than that, he fell in love with Hotel Transylvania, with nothing else being even remotely scary/ indicative of the monsters being monsters. In fact, they're scared of humans, and the film is really very funny, even for adults. After watching it once, my son wanted to watch it again immediately, particularly enjoying scenes with all of the Wolfman's "puppies" and laughing at Frankenstein's legs walking up behind the Mummy for a joke. By the end of the week, he had watched it 5 times, and we saw the movie go on sale Valentine's Day, so we grabbed it for a Valentines present for him. That night, my wife finally watched it in full, and told me that in her personal collection of kids films (about 50 of them, including Cars films, Toy Story films, etc) it was one of her favorites. And it's true... My son watched it three times since he got the blu ray, and I've watched it with him 6 of those now 8 times. It really is a fun, great movie that can be enjoyed by kids and their parents... Especially if you're a Dad like me, who has a hard time finding kids movies you can truly enjoy multiple times. Besides that, this may be the first real funny movie Adam Sandler's been a part of in over a decade!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Sequel!!

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      Trekkie1
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      This is one of those movies that you watch and you just can't help but come out smiling afterwards about. It's so funny and it really gets you feeling happy. It's 7 years after first movie, Jonathan and Mavis get married, have a baby boy, Dennis, who grandpa Count Dracula desperately wants to be a half vampire. The Count tries all sorts of things to bring this side out. The characters are just fantastic, especially Count Dracula, Jonothan and Mavis. You also get a chance to see more of the Count's creepily funny friends, like Griffin, Frankenstein and Wayne in this movie. Love them and they really make you smile. Can't forget Blobby, the green jelly mold. The humans had a great side and the little boy Dennis was ever so cute. The vampire camp and tower scene is just without doubt very cool to see. It's got only a few scary moments with eyes and teeth coming at the screen which might scare little ones. Loved the tender fun father-daughter times. I just can't recommend this movie enough...it is funny, and great for the whole family to see!!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      5 Stars Plus one!!! LOVE this movie!!

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      NukieFreak
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      Hotel Transylvania was a really good cartoon movie. The movie is about a young vampire girl Mavis (Selena Gomez) who wants to go out and explore the world. Her over protective father Dracula (Adam Sandler) does not want his young daughter to go out and mingle with humans. He beleives that humans do not like vampires and will try to hurt her but he did tell her that when she turned 118, she could go. The movie centers around Mavis's 118th birthday and her party. All of her monster friends and relatives come to celebrate and they have an unexpected guest.....a human. Mavis falls for the human and the rest as they say, is history. The movie was cute and age appropriate. I took my 5 year old to see this and did not cringe once. She laughed her little head off. I would see it again anytime. I hope you find your Zing! Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report abuse | Permalink Comment Comments (3)

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Another misfire from Adam Sandler

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      Screamz
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      Years ago Adam Sandler was funny. It seems, though, that once he attained a certain amount of money he just gave up. He sleepwalks through all of his so-called "films" mustering only enough energy to cash his enormous, unearned paycheck. Sadly, Hotel Transylvania, falls right into Sandler's laziness. While not as bad as his live-action bore-fests, there's still not much substance here. Dracula (Sandler doing a horrible Bela Lugosi impression) opens a hotel for monsters, no humans allowed. Of course, a human does show up and Dracula must keep him a secret or else the other monsters might revolt. I'll be honest, I don't remember much of this film it is so forgettable. There's nary a laugh to be had - save from some of the supporting cast. It's one-note and never really finds its footing. It's a wonder how the producers managed to churn out a sequel coming out later this year.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      I liked the movie shows the cutting edge CG tech.

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      zolghe
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      It is a lovely movie about father daughter relationship. The cutting edge technology of CGs are great shown in this movie. However, the story is a bit blunt and predictable, and monster jokes are flat. Dracula drinks vege substitute for blood is not necessary, and the main character never really get dangerous makes the story flatter. This movie's most likely influenced by Hayao Miyazaki's Spirited Away. (Spirited Away is a great movie deserves to Academy Award at that time, but some parts do not add up because it's very Japanese especially the Dragon, Faceless, and the Baby. Also the last scene does not give the audience feeling of closure, anywho...) Most of all, I do not understand Adam Sandlar was chosen for a main voice actor of this movie. It was horrifying, in different way, that he talks and sounds exactly like Steve Carell's Gru character in Despeakable Me.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Unexpectedly Entertaining.

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      Ted1981
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      I fully expected to hate this movie. I had not been truly entertained by an Adam Sandler film since Grandma's Boy, and he wasn't even in that one. Truthfully, I didn't care too much one way or the other when I first saw this film, but my 3 year old son got really attached and asked for it all the time. After a few viewings, it grew on me. I would also like to mention that I like the way the movie used all of these classic monsters in such a lighthearted way. Insisting that they are non-threatening and misunderstood (while at the same time, misunderstanding humanity). I think it is a good way for my son to see the monsters that he will undoubtedly see in other movies and on Halloween in a way that will keep him from being frightened of them.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Pleasant Surprise

      Posted
      Vance
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      Okay, so I didn't know what to expect with this movie. Of course this is another movie I bought for my daughter (2 1/2 year old) and she liked it or should I say it kept her attention. She's watched it twice and enjoys certain scenes. With us having a large video library it's interesting to see what movies she requests. We will have to see if she requests it more but twice in a short period is pretty good for her. Additionally, she knows about mummies, vampires, ghouls, etc so I guess that's why it keeps her attention? Story is a new twist so I enjoyed it as well. If you need another good movie for your library, you may want to consider this one.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Check in for some entertaining fun!

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      HavaCow
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      Hotel Transylvania is fun movie that will entertain young and old. If you remember the classic movie monsters from the 30's, 40's, and 50's, you will enjoy seeing them again, but all in a very comical way. The 3D version is mostly good looking with just a few very minor ghosting issues in the beginning. The 3D effects do add a pleasant depth to the viewing experience. Unlike Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, I did not nod off even once during the screaming, ha, ha!

      I would recommend this to a friend



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