Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation
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Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation

English, Hindi, Tamil
AnimationComedy
20 Jul, 2018
2 hrs 17 mins
75%
2,435 votes
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Count Dracula, his family and his motley group of friends forming the 'Drac Pack' are on a vacation this time around - aboard a luxury cruise ship! It's all great fun and smooth sailing for the monster bunch, until Drac gets smitten by Ericka, the mysterious captain of the ship. What he doesn't know is that Ericka is the descendant of his ancient nemesis Van Helsing, and she is on a secret mission to destroy the monsterkind! With the clock ticking away, it's Mavis' turn to take control of the situation, and save her father and her friends from Ericka's devious schemes.
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It should have been easy enough to manufacture funny escapades involving a band of merry monsters on a luxury cruise. Instead, Hotel Transylvania 3 feels tiresome, at least for the adults in the audience. ...Read full review
If you are imagining lots of adventure, hold your thought. Most of the action happens on the ship, where Dracula walks around in beach shirts and mini-mini-shorts, and his dad in briefs and a distended belly. When the film enters the water, it is a mish-mash of blinding colours. There is some chatter of inclusivity etc, of treating different people the same, but you are clearly meant to keep your eyes focused on Dracula at all times. ...Read full review
It`s a fun movie for kids that also has strength in brilliantly curated background music. From Bruno Mars` `24K Gold` to all-time classic `Macarena,` the songs never fail to elevate the scenes. It`s a love story wrapped in a run-of-the-mill mould. Worth your time. ...Read full review
Set for the most part on board a luxury cruise liner, the third instalment animated franchise titled, Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation is a fun watch. However, certain scenes imperilling some of the characters may be too distressing for little children. All things considered though, director and co-writer (with Michael McCullers) Gennady Tartakovskys cartoon uses plot and character to good effect. ...Read full review
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