Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation
Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation
PG | 28 June 2018 (USA)
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Dracula, Mavis, Johnny and the rest of the Drac Pack take a vacation on a luxury Monster Cruise Ship, where Dracula falls in love with the ship’s captain, Ericka, who’s secretly a descendant of Abraham Van Helsing, the notorious monster slayer.

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Hellen

I like the storyline of this show,it attract me so much

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Afouotos

Although it has its amusing moments, in eneral the plot does not convince.

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Zlatica

One of the worst ways to make a cult movie is to set out to make a cult movie.

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Bob

This is one of the best movies I’ve seen in a very long time. You have to go and see this on the big screen.

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hounds_star

This is better than TH2. The comedy was creative and imaginative, the writing was good quality, the style is appealing, the colours were bright and the music was spot on. A good storyline kept me entertained and would appeal to all ages - as would the humour. A great summer film for the whole family.

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Luna-tic

No where near as good as the first two movies. You've seen the ads you've seen the movie. As Drac would say other than Drac the other characters are blah. On top that saw it in 3D and there were zero 3D effects. Felt they phoned it in on this one. Also upset cuz we saw this over Ant-man. Mediocre as they come.

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Devran ikiz

When "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation" ended I was very curious about one thing; who wrote its screenplay? They proudly present themselves as Michael Mc Cullers and Genndy Tartakovsky. It took two people to write this stupid story, seriously? In the means of plot, there is absolutely nothing catchy. "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation" is one the worst animation films I have ever seen. I am so sorry for the money and time spent on this film. Atmosphere is as bad as the conversations. In some scenes two characters were looking at each other and just saying incomprehensible words. These conversations must have been so funny that they repeat a couple of times during the film. This piece of script was written by two people. This is truly amazing. Such a talent. The same guy, Genndy Tartakovsky, is also the director of the film. He is the director of Hotel Transylvania 1 and 2 as well. Those films were relatively better than the final film of the series. This film is using all the credits of the first two films and aims only to make some more money. Once again voice stars are Adam Sandler, as Dracula, Andy Samberg, as Jonathan, Selena Gomez, as Mavis, Kevin James, as Frankenstein and Steve Buscemi, as Wayne. Most probably those voices are the only good point of the film, but I have seen it with my son in Romanian dubbed so I can't comment about the voices either. Based on my experience with these actors in the previous two films, I thought if there is something good in this film, voices must be it. "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation," was released in July 13, 2018 in the United States and it has 97 minutes of runtime. It was made with a budget of $80 Million and 16 days after it's released, it grossed around $284 Million, which is a huge success for a film like this. The only reason of this financial success is the good memories of the first two films, nothing else."Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation" opens with scenes where Abraham Van Helsing (Jim Gaffigan) is after Dracula, trying to kill him. These scenes are important because the progression of the film is based on these fights between Van Helsing and Dracula. When we get back to the present day, the family and their friends are at the famous Hotel Transylvania. Mavis thinks his father is very stressed, so she buys a summer vacation in a cruise ship for her family and friends. After an interesting air travel, they reach the ship where Dracula falls in love with the captain of the ship Ericka (Kathryn Hahn) who turns out to be granddaughter of Van Helsing, who greatly hates Dracula for no real reason. Eventually the power of love wins over hate and Dracula gets married with Ericka. As usual there is a happy ending in "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation." I think I haven't seen an animation film without a happy ending. This is the purpose of animations. To make people feel good and happy. "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation" serves the same purpose as well.Just like in the other films of the series, this one also has a lot of references from Bram Stoker's Dracula. The general story of the series gets funnier if you have read the original book, but those references can't save the third film of the Hotel Transylvania franchise. In 97 minutes of runtime, there are only 5 minutes of two scenes that take place in the hotel, yet again the name of the film is Hotel Transylvania, but an additional Summer Vacation is added to the original name of the film. In some countries it is also known as the A Monster Vacation. I failed to feel the darker atmosphere that was obvious in the first two films. I hope this is the final chapter of the franchise, because the quality starts to drop drastically, and I really don't want to remember this animation series with a bad taste. For the sake of the first two films, I was indeed looking forward to seeing the final film. Last year when it was announced I was very much excited for another film of this beautiful universe and after all this waiting, normally, my expectations were high, and therefore, my disappointment was greater than the usual. It is not a film I would see one more time. In the cinema saloon there were mostly families with kids. I was one of them and my son seemed to laugh at some scenes, but overall picture was bad, very bad.

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Pjtaylor-96-138044

Essentially, 'Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation (2018)' is the same stuff you'd expect from the series except it's stripped of any semblance of theme and, in essence, even narrative, beyond the absolutely basic, bare-bones and paint-by-numbers plot that's predictable pretty much right down to each overused and almost insultingly banal beat. Thus, all that remains is a seemingly lazy attempt to cash-in on a now well-established franchised, some more popular but utterly irrelevant and, despite their occasionally 'classic' status, out-of-date songs and a 'summer craze' of 'summer fun' that dates back to a brief but ill-fated 'beach party' genre - itself created solely to capitalise on a studio's perception of the widest possible market. This 'vacation' premise simply gives the movie an excuse to show off some unconnected set-pieces to extend its run-time, as it heavily leans on these sequences to provide the, frankly, quite sickening sight-gags (fuelled by bone-breaking animation that, at times, actually made me squirm) and petty puns (which seem to have been ad-libbed in the recording booth to the same silence as that of their eventual theatre audience) that make up most of the picture's supposed humour and replace much of its genuine story. On top of this, the flick's finale and, more specifically, its conclusion are so eye-rollingly nonsensical and unfulfilling that they could easily be considered 'cheats'. However, even for how unbelievably lazy one particular moment is, all of this just makes you repeat the same question you've been asking since you slipped into the half-coma the picture induced about fifteen minutes in: "when will this end so I can just go home?" 4/10

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