Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation

Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation
Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation




97 minutes


Animation, Comedy, Family



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Dracula has not taken a break from running a sanctuary for monsters for over a century so his daughter, Mavis, suggests going on a vacation with his family and ghoulish friends, including Frankenstein, Werewolf, The Mummy and Blobby, a green slimy monster. Although initially apprehensive, Dracula begins to enjoy himself when he falls for the charming Ericka, the captain of the ship. However, when she is revealed as a relative of Abraham Van Helsing - one of Dracula’s old nemeses who plans to end monsterkind - the holiday takes a turn. This is a fun and silly animated sequel with a theme of family and friendship at its core.

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Mild scary scenes, slapstick violence, rude humour.

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