ThatShelf.com’s review published on Letterboxd:
Transformania picks up more or less where the previous film ended, with the centuries-old Dracula (Brian Hull, ably stepping in for Adam Sandler), a successful hotelier to all manner of supernatural monsters, contemplating retirement and domestic bliss with Ericka (Kathryn Hahn), the great-granddaughter of onetime Dracula nemesis-turned-ally, Van Helsing (Jim Gaffigan). Like all parents with a sizeable fortune and/or real-estate holdings, Dracula envisions daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez) as his heir apparent. Unfortunately for Dracula, he’s never quite outgrown his distaste for Mavis’s human husband, Jonathan (Andy Samberg), and his hippy-dippy, granola-eating, environmentally conscious ways. This leaves Dracula to make an inopportune decision at the last possible moment, lying to Jonathan about who can inherit the hotel (monsters) and who can’t (humans).
Read Mel Valentin's full review here: thatshelf.com/hotel-transylvania-transformania-third-sequel-delivers-more-of-the-same-except-different/