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Hotel Transylvania

I first heard about the Hotel Transylvania from my best friend and we planned to watch it this 29th (its showing here in Philippines). However, we weren’t able to contact each other so I decided to watch anyway with the boyfriend.

Hotel Transylvania

Hotel Transylvania

I also saw a display of this at SM Megamall Cinema which I took photo of Christian at as well. At first, I thought it wasn’t really interesting. But I got more interested after finding out that Adam Sandler is the voice actor of Dracula. Selena Gomez on the other hand is the voice actress of her daughter and there are many other characters.

The story is about love, growing up and learning to accept changes in life. Adam Sandler’s character, Dracula, was scared of letting his daughter go into the human world because of the tragedy they went through when she was a child, in which they also lost his wife.

On her 118th birthday though, despite Dracula’s “act” something comes up that a young man enters their “peaceful” monster hotel which is supposedly to be protected by humans and that’s when the story becomes chaos!

Overall, this is a must for families – especially for the girls who are in their pre-teens. It’s a good bonding movie for dads and their children 🙂

The Wedding Singer

I suppose everyone’s familiar with this movie, The Wedding Singer. It’s song Grow Old with You has touched many lives and even it heart-warming story. It stars famous actor Adam Sandler and Charlie’s Angels’ Drew Barrymore. It was filmed way back year 1998.

The Wedding Singer

The Wedding Singer

This is probably the movie that I have watched more than 5x. Thing is, everytime, you want to watch it again. It’s a chick-flick as well. Not only is it all about love but about how awesome of a singer Adam Sandler is.

But yes, the movie is deeply focused on love – true love that you only find once in a lifetime so if you do, don’t let go and chase it. It’s the most mistake of people who neglect what been waiting for them just right there at the corner.

Because this is one of my favorite movies, of course, I give it a 10 – plus the fact that it’s timeless no matter how many times you watch it.