Jonathan "Johnny" Loughran or simply Johnny is the tritagonist of the Hotel Transylvania franchise and the deuteragonist of Hotel Transylvania: Transformania, He is Mavis's husband, Dennis's father, and Dracula and Ericka's son-in-law. He is voiced by Andy Samberg.
Sadly he was flanderized in the fourth movie.
Why He Doesn't Deserve the Hotel
- First of all, he was flanderized from being a hyperactive thrill seeker to being completely immature and acting out-of-character.
- He acts like he hasn't learned anything from the previous movies like they've completely reset the character.
- He has also acted selfishly throughout the film as his motivation for becoming a monster was to let Dracula inherit the hotel from him and Mavis.
- He is the trigger for the problem in the film. and that he puts in danger of the hotel on Dracula's 125th birthday. making him not want to inherit the hotel to him.
- To make matters worse, that was very out-of-character of him since Johnny would never put anyone in danger like that.
- Although Andy Samberg still did a good job interpreting him, in Transformania his voice becomes highly pitched making him more annoying than funny, Sounds familiar to you?
- Throughout the movie, he treats Dracula like a butt-monkey.
- Speaking of that last bit, Johnny is constantly defended by Mavis and puts all the blame on Dracula.
- From the way he acts, he seems to be the main antagonist instead of Gigi since Johnny has acted more antagonistic and had more screen time than her.
- He was better in the first three films and the shorts.
- Speaking of which, he redeems himself at the end of the movie by apologizing for everything he did.
- His reason for getting angry at Dracula was understandable since after all, he lied to him.
- Despite WHDDTH#5, Andy Samberg still did a good job voicing him.