Hotel Transylvania 2

Plot hole: In the beginning, vampires are shown to be invisible in photos but then they seem to appear in videos like security footage and social media posts.

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Other mistake: When all the characters (Dracula, Frank, Murray, Wayne, and Griffin) all go to one side, the weight should make the tower fall down, but it didn't. However, after Dracula leaves and Frank goes to the other side, it happens to fall on his side.

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Plot hole: The camp tower scene and therefore the subsequent half of the movie are unnecessary. Dracula can fly and can drop Dennis from any height he deemed necessary. And it is not like they let Dennis make the decision to jump on his own accord, Dracula throws him off the tower. Also, it doesn't make sense for a heavyweight like Frankenstein to climb an unstable tower like that. So everything after Mavis becomes aware of the situation is avoidable.

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Continuity mistake: Dracula has long vampire nails only when they mention them: when he tries to text and when he tries to fasten the belt on the car seat. All other times he has no nails at all.

2

Dracula: Nauseating to meet you.

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Trivia: The costume That Johnny wears at Dennis' 5th birthday party is the same Dracula costume in the movie "Bram Stoker's Dracula." (01:04:35)

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Question: At the very ending, now that Dennis is a vampire, can the sun harm him even if he is the son of a human and a vampire?

Roman Curiel

Chosen answer: Not in the vampire sense as he is half-human, but he prefers to stay out of the sun. He is also a redhead so would sunburn easily as a human would.

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