Hotel Transylvania Review: Check In?

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As completely present in every Hotel Transylvania clip out there, the film takes the classic movie monsters and turns what we know about them completely on its head. The Sony Pictures Animation creation arrives with an all-star vocal cast including Adam Sandler as Dracula, Kevin James playing Frankenstein, Steve Buscemi doing his best Wolfman, David Spade as the Invisible Man and Cee Lo Green channeling his inner Mummy.

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gina / Intellectualism died in America(as well as in many other places in the Western world), and that's a big reoasn why. Originality and is seldom valued in our culture, as with intellectually challenging ideas even in science, art, music and literature. However, to say that literature is completely gone forever is a bold claim.