3 Lessons You’ll Learn From Hotel Transylvania 3
Recently I attended the red carpet premiere for Hotel Transylvania 3, and I had more fun than I expected. Joy, the little one, did plenty of activities such as play a few games of gigantic Jenga, craft slime, and win a couple of toys at the other games they had at the event. I got to mingle and chat with a few people I recognize in some of my favorite shows such as Esai Morales from Ozark, and David Spade.
Personally, I thought Hotel Transylvania 3 was high energy which may become a bit exhausting for adults but results in a lot of fun for kids. There are some jokes hidden throughout the film for adults, and the morals and lessons are significant enough to keep a “grown-up” engaged for the entirety of the film. I thought the animation style of the film played a great part in the overall demeanor of the film itself. Without going too deep into thought here, I believe that every detail was thoroughly thought out when it comes to how every aspect of the film blended and coexisted. It’s a well put-together film.
So without further ado, here are 3 Lessons You’ll Learn From Hotel Transylvania 3:
1. Dont Judge Someone By Their Appearance: Hotel Transylvania 3 has a lot of monsters shown throughout the movie and concludes that even though some monsters are jelly, some monsters suck blood, and some monsters are mummified, they’re all the same deep down inside. Without spoiling anything, the main antagonist realizes that the monsters her family has demonized for years are exactly like humans after she gets to know them. I think this lesson is the most powerful of the three and is the most important for everyone to understand.
2. Family Comes First: The idea of Family Comes First lives on through many different scenes throughout the film. Mavis sends Dracula and the rest of the family on this cruise specifically for their family time. The antagonist (without spoiling too much) lures every monster onto her cruise ship to impress her monster-hunting father. Dracula seeks someone new to love after the tragic death of his wife so he can start a new family. The word that comes up multiple times is “family,” and I think it’s a positive lesson to reinforce viewers on.
3. People Can Change For The Better: Certain characters with negative outlooks or morals throughout the film slowly evolve into better people as the movie progresses. The main antagonist’s opinion changes after sympathizing with the monsters he previously wanted to destroy. The character realizes he was wrong and finds a new passion to better himself. This is a pretty common lesson in animated films, but still, a good one to be reminded of.
So there you have it guys! Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation is out now so grab your tickets as it definitely a superb viewing option for the family.
Until Next Time