Excerpt: Once again Martin Liebman is pretty spot on with his review. I would add that Adam Sandler wasn't a particularly good choice to voice Drac. His accent is rather thin and it's all too easy to imagine Happy Gilmore standing behind the mic. The 3-D video is, as Martin indicated, rather clean.
Summary: I like the fast-paced, overtly cartoony approach here. Not enough animated movies can sustain this type of presentation. Full-on zaniness is always appreciated. However, that visual snap is supported by many routine jokes.
Excerpt: This is a great little animated movie where a human and monster fall in love. The AQ and PQ are both excellent. Until the extras you almost getting the feeling this is Pixar like, almost a spin off of Monsters Inc.
Excerpt: Not as impressively funny as I was expecting to see given the comedic talents involved but nonetheless a regular run of the mill family animated entertaining film featuring cinema's most famous scary monsters from over the years. The side note being a subplot featuring Dracula's daughter.
Excerpt: Count Dracula (Adam Sandler) is the owner of a 5 star hotel for monsters. He has a daughter named Mavis (Selena Gomez) who falls for a fun human named Jonathan (Andy Samberg). Thin plot, Dracula surviving sunlight and the message of letting go child was the low points.
Summary: The thing that I liked most about the movie was the relationship between Dracula and his daughter. The human made me laugh and certain other parts as well. But not many. The ending was cute. I wished I could have liked this movie. I really did.