Hotel Transylvania 3 is just as entertaining as both HT2 and HT1 were.
The plot is cute: bringing the great-great granddaughter of Van Helsin and Dracula, together in a possible relationship.
I saw this movie with my own 5 year-old great granddaughter and she loved it, as did the rest of the young audience. The level of humor stayed the same obviously, since the kiddies’ laughter could most likely be heard in the next theater. That’s really all I need to know to give Hotel Transylvania 3 a well earned A.
It’s hard to keep hitting a home run with each movie, but Genndy Tartakovsky and the writers have not let the fans down yet. I’m hoping the Hotel Transylvania franchise continues long enough so I can take my great-great granddaughter to see it opening night.
This movie had plenty of good Peetimes since many of the scenes involved the monsters having a great time on the cruise ship.
There was, of course, some mild humor in these scenes, but not the funniest parts. And much of that humor was in the previews anyway.
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