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Hotel Transylvania 3D Review

Hotel Transylvania 3D   Rating: 2.83/5

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Hotel Transylvania 3D  Movie Review

Ratings:3/5  Review By: Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN

In Hotel Transylvania, Adam Sandler may well have delivered his most enjoyable performance in years…ironic, given that you never see him in the film!. The film does lose steam in its final twenty minutes or so, when it hurtles towards its predictable, feel-good ending, but there’s one Twilight joke so well-timed, you can’t help but leave smiling.I’m going with three out of five for Hotel Transylvania. Adam Sandler anchors the film with a full-bodied, terrific performance that reminds us just what a gifted comedian he is. Watch this film, you’ll enjoy it!

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Anupama Chopra Site:Star World
Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Bryan Durham Site:TimesofIndia(TOI)

The 3D animation is on par with the best in the business. The laughs come, though not thick and fast, and while some gags don’t really get the desired ‘zing’, it is the spirited acting by Sandler and Samberg and the effortlessly fluid animation that sees this film rise above the predictable script. Genndy, the film’s director and the name behind cartoons like Dexter’s Laboratory and Samurai Jack makes a confident feature debut with this film and guns for nostalgia (and a pining for the old-fashioned life). Hotel Transylvania is a feel-good family flick that succeeds in keeping the kids entertained. Note: You may not like this movie if you do not like kiddie animation films.

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Ratings:1/5  Review By: Raja Sen Site:Rediff

But the film never once surprises or tickles, chugging along formulaic lines so relentlessly that everything seems forced. But forget us, adults pampered by Pixar movies and European cartoons: Will Hotel Transylvania amuse children? Not if they’re old enough to read, no.The monsters are never used to full potential, and don’t even provide truly memorable sight gags. There are a couple of decent one-liners, but it’s easy to lose sight of them as the film hammers out line after line without pausing for breath.

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Ratings:3.5/5  Review By:Daniel Pinto Site:DNA

I (gulp) have quite enjoyed Adam Sandler’s early films. And this one, animated in 3D and centred on ghoulies and things that go bump in the night, is a throwback to that sort of light-headed but entertaining fare. More significantly, the film, fart jokes and all, is unpretentious. If you are disgusted already, know that the film is very predictable to boot. Still, it has its charms, even for someone who holds Sandler in contempt. Tartakovsky, who is renowned for his ground-breaking work in two dimensions on Cartoon Network’s Dexter’s Laboratory, embellishes the overall product with his exciting character designs and zany cartoon motions filling charm and humour in the gaps of the script.The writing of Hotel Transylvania doesn’t quite do to classic horror cliches what Shrek did with fairytale ones, but it’s still an amusing, unpretentious film.

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Ratings:3/5  Review By:Saumya Sharma Site:BookMyshow

Amidst all the confusion, there are many light-hearted moments that will have you in splits, but it doesn’t last too long if you don’t belong to that TG (Target Group). Sorry Mommies and Daddies, you’ll have to sit through this while your kids laugh their hearts out at this relatively immature, classic love story. One thing to look out for, however, is the 3D Animation. Watch this film for the sweet love story, the endearing father-daughter relationship, and all the monsters you’ve been reading about, in their animated avatars. Verdict: A fun venture for the kids, makes gory look beautiful.

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