This animated comedy-drama is a sequel to the hit children's film Monster Family. Catherine Tate, as hunchback butler Renfield, leads the way as the spirited, resourceful daughter of billionaire Maddox and Marlene Starr. Together, they rescue friends from a monster-filled world. The film also features adorable pets Fay and Max. It's a charming family comedy with a moral compass and an unforgettable ending.
The film follows a family of monsters that live in New York City, the Himalayas, and outer space. Like the first movie, it's entirely white, with middle-class characters who are uninterested in politics. The American family targets the monster family in Britain with the hope of capturing them all. The goofy story and messy production values will appeal to fans of the original film. But the main characters will probably be a little too much for younger viewers.
The plot of Monster Family 2 is similar to the original, but the characters have a much larger cast. The two main characters, Dracula and Frankenstein's Monster, are more grounded and more mature. This time around, they're accompanied by three pet bats, who help them get through their adventures. The plot is also quite humorous and satirical, and the kids are not shy about letting their imaginations run wild.
While the first movie had a happy ending, this movie isn't as happy. Fay and Max are growing up and trying to adjust to the pressures of adulthood while Dad struggles with work and parenting. In the meantime, Mila Starr becomes a monster hunter, wanting to capture spooky creatures in order to make money. The Wishbones must turn into a monster to save their friends. They become a vampire, mummy, and Frankenstein, and fight to save their families.
This sequel to the Monster Family isn't as funny or as memorable as its predecessor. It focuses more on the title family and ends up in outer space. The storyline of Monster Family is very similar to the first, so viewers can expect to find many of the same things they enjoyed in the first film. The premise is the same, but the characters are more unappealing. The voices are also unappealing and don't inspire confidence in the kids.
This is another animated family comedy. It stars Jason Isaacs as the Count Dracula, which is voiced by Jason Isaacs. In the first film, the Count's family is cursed to become monsters, and they are unable to stop their transformations. However, in the sequel, the monsters are able to keep their families safe and happy. The film is a family-friendly family comedy, and is suitable for kids of all ages.