Hahaha yea I can see where that comes from. The music might have something to do with the fact that the director was the creator of Dexter's Laboratory. Ridiculously corny and juvenile, but I think it kind of fit with the age group it's geared toward and overall feel of the movie. I thought the story was terrific and Mavis's relationship with dracula was just adorbs
Of course, another thing that turned me off is the fact that I don't like Adam Sandler, the actor who is the one who carries the whole movie with his voice, even though I liked some of the things they did with Drac's character. And the anti-Twilight reference was worth waiting for. But, you could tell it was a kids movie. The real Dracula may not say "Bleh bleh bleh", but I don't think he says "Whoo-hoo!" either.