Director: Genndy Tartakovsky
Sony Pictures Animation
Reviewed by Oscar Sweetman (age 6)
In Hotel Transylvania 3 they go on holiday because Drac is too stressed out from working too hard and he needs a summer vacation. A monster vacation. Mavis, his daughter, was planning all of this without him knowing and when they were on the plane he really didn’t want a surprise, he wanted Mavis to tell him where they were going.
He met a girl called Captain Ericka, she was trying to kill him because she hates monsters.
He loved her though – it was a secret that she was trying to kill him.
Blobby is my favourite character – he is a green slimy blob – and he wobbles like lime jelly. I don’t know if he tastes like lime jelly, I think he just tastes like a blob. In this movie Blobby gets sea-sick and he vomits and coughs out a little baby-Blobby. The baby says, ‘Da-dah!’
Blobby is a very funny blob because he acts like a comedian.
Dracula is actually a comedian – in the second one Dracula’s dad came to the party and saw his grandson who was a vampire and he didn’t have fangs but they were all pretending to be vampires and Johnny said in front of Dracula’s dad ‘I am JonicaFANG blah-bla-blah’ and then he says ‘what’s that on your head? It looks like my grandmother’s boobies’. And then before he came to the party, Dracula said, ‘It looks like you’ve got a baboon’s butt on your head’.
In Hotel Transylvania 3 there is lots of cool music, and at the end they have a DJ battle, a big monster came with all these red lights, he was breaking everything and trying to destroy the guys that were small. And Dracula and Johnny were planning to defeat him with good music to beat the evil music.
I saw this movie twice in the school holidays. First I saw it with my Nani – in Hawke’s Bay. She thought it was good, but not great. But I liked it. And would give it five out of five.
I saw it again with my dad on the last day of the school holidays. And I got Skittles!
If I didn’t like Skittles I would have had an ice-cream – but you can’t have both.
That’s the end of my review – I hope you enjoyed it. The next one coming is Beauty and The Beast (2017) and then Coco and then Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle.
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