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Hotel Transylvania

Hotel Transylvania
Hotel Transylvania

Film Details

Year

2012

Duration

87 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Coming of Age, Family

Language

English


Synopsis

Having an over-protective parent is one thing, but can you imagine if your dad also happened to be Dracula, the notorious vampire? Welcome to Mavis's world - namely the Hotel Transylvania, which her father created as a sanctuary for ordinary, decent monsters and ghouls to keep them safe from that most ghastly of creatures: the human being. At the tender age of 118, Mavis longs to escape her small world at the hotel and see the outside world, much to Dracula's distress. When a warm-hearted but foolish human named Jonathan turns up and falls in love with Mavis, the hotel may never be the same again. As well as being a gentle introduction to all things spooky, Hotel Transylvania is also a story of growing up and being accepted for who you are.

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Contains mild scary scenes and rude humour

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