I'd like to tell you, and just got back from seeing it in theatres, there were several moments when only the children would laugh, and seconds when only the grownups would laugh, as well as minutes when everybody laughed. Not to mention there is silliness rich for the kiddies to relish.
In the event you are reading reviews, you need to already know about the storyline, which in a nutshell for people who aren't, is essentially the two children from the first one are old and married and have a child, who the grandpa, Count Dracula, expects is a Dracula/creature like his own bloodline, but it does not appear to be the situation.
On top of it being uproarious for everybody, so, there is a great deal more to it at the same time. Itis a guarantee you will love this sequel clearly in the event you are a devotee of the initial Hotel Transylvania. The type of cartoon is not exaggerated, highly continual, such as a human gas molecule with an IV added java tote and ADHD. There's a lot happening in nearly every scene, and using the characters acting so hyper, it might require a couple screenings to take in all in. The comedy is fast, quite in your face, but welcoming. And trust me, comedy is a-plenty.
There really are several small defects; clearly there is going to be moments, while tailored to two different crowds. And yes it is mainly a child's film so much of everything is not difficult to consume.
Go see it should you not have children, it is a fun, easygoing film that is certain to make you jiggle with delight like Blobby. Bust your popcorn and brain juice out, and appreciate this lighthearted comedy.
-Amthermandes @ IMDb
Part two is a slow starter, and a few of the early gags fall flat. But a rip roaring creature ball ending, complete using a whopping great punch up featuring werewolves, Frankenstein, Dracula and bats, more than makes up for the defects.
The sequel picks up where the very first part left off.
But things do’t work out as planned, and arch-vampire Vlad (the infamous Mel Brooks) turns up jeopardizing doom and destruction for all.
Lots of fun is had at the expense of the electronic generation, that are described as folksong singing wimps who've’t got the chops for actual monsterhood. But Hotel Transylvania 2 does’t strive overly difficult to create a point, choosing to concentrate on creature mayhem. Daughter Mavis, who is able to morph into a vampire bat that is nippy when the necessity arises, modelling the family, and provides the movie its pep -American gangsters is a lot more amusing than it seems.
-Richard James Havis @ Rotten Tomatoes
While the jokes in the “Grown Ups” show feel reactionary and intimidating, the family-friendly Hotel Transylvania gags (in the script by Sandler and Robert Smigel) rather come off as intelligent and humanist, even when they’re making fun of chopper mothers and litigation-sensitive summer camps.
-Alonso Duralde @ MetaCritic