This sassy release from the provocative tween animated series Monster High follows the scantily clad heroines as they navigate the ins and outs of social life at a high school full of Elvira-esque children of movie monsters.
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Monster High: Frights, Camera, Action! based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Lots of fun; Draculaura is my favorite character in this series, and it was a joy to see her fulfill a long-held wish. By the way, who wrote the ridiculous blurb for this? He's never seen the show, that's plain.
My sister and think this movie is entertaining but flawed. The book version was actually better and made more sense than this movie did. In the book, Draculaura didn't get her Vampire powers because she didn't believe in herself. In this movie, they try to say that Draculaura never did anything important, which if you are a fan of Monster High, you know is completely ridiculous. Also, Cleo was so rude to Draculaura that I don't think it was believable Cleo would say some of the lines they have for her. Also, why couldn't Clawd go too? It's a frustrating but entertaining movie.