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Bref, un divertissement familial anodin, peu mémorable, mais techniquement au point et jamais ennuyeux.

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Très bon
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Idéal pour la saison d'Halloween, et d'ailleurs expressément conçue pour celle-là.

Aleksi K. Lepage Lire la critique complète

The Hollywood Reporter

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Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez and company welcome Mel Brooks into the not-so-frightening fold in this amusing sequel.

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The Wrap

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Sandler and his usual crew of co-stars find their most humane characters in this rowdy collection of monsters and rapid-fire jokes.

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I'm sad to report that the ending—complete with the most clichéd way to conclude any animated film, a musical number—leaves the door wide open for the inevitable Hotel Transylvania 3. Me, I have already checked out.

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Cinema Blend

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Gloriously wacky and always with a laugh around the corner, Hotel Transylvania 2 is fun, fast and a joy for both kids and adults alike, even if other critics don’t want to admit it.

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Sony Pictures Animation follows up their 2012 monster hit with a breakneck sequel, in which Dracula fears his 5-year-old grandson may not grow up to be vampire enough.

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Entertainment Weekly

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Less effective are the cloying family moments, and the sheer number of emotional heart-to-hearts rob the flick of its fangs. 

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I don't know if there's going to be a Hotel Transylvania 3 (probably), but I'd love it if Sandler and company decided to gift these potentially rich characters with engaging material instead of simply putting them through the corny motions. A second note: Watch a Pixar movie sometime, fellas.

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