I'd personally give it a 6.5/10 it was a nice and amusing experience at the cinema. The movie focuses on Mavis, Dracula's daughter, which wants to go out and see the world. At her 118th anniversary, Dracula prepares a big party for Mavis, inviting a bunch of monsters. The hotel , as Dracula said, was a hidden place, and no human could could reach it. He also promised Mavis that at 118 years, she'll be allowed to go out and see the outside world, which Mavis reminded him. He allowed her to turn into a bat, and go to see the closest town. There, she found a lot of people with torches and such, trying to kill her. She started crying, and then ran back to the castel thinking at what her father said. (the humans were bad creatures, and they only wanted the worse for the others. Did I mention the monsters were afraid of humans?They were.) Anyway, the humans were actually zombies employed by Dacula to scare Mavis and made her stay inside the castle forever.
Whe the zombies came back to the castel, a traveler called Jonathan noticed them and started following them to the castle. Dracky sees him and tries to get him out without anybody noticing, and dresses him as Frankenstien's cousin. They meet Mavis inside the castle, which wants to talk *balh blah blah* , then she falls in love with him, *blah blah blah* , Dracula disagrees and scares the shit out of Jonathan , *blah blh blah *, *sad stories from the past*. The movie ends with Mavis and Jonathan being together.
tldr: Dracula fucks up the sittuation and then he tries to fix it. The boy and the girl end together.
There are many things I forgot to mention there. Overall, the movie was worth the $25 ticket for the VIP room, lots of giggles, great animation, etc. Did I mention it was regised by Genndy Tartakovsky?