Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
PG | 19 November 1992 (USA)
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Instead of flying to Florida with his folks, Kevin ends up alone in New York, where he gets a hotel room with his dad's credit card—despite problems from a clerk and meddling bellboy. But when Kevin runs into his old nemeses, the Wet Bandits, he's determined to foil their plans to rob a toy store on Christmas Eve.

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Dotbankey

A lot of fun.

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Huievest

Instead, you get a movie that's enjoyable enough, but leaves you feeling like it could have been much, much more.

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TrueHello

Fun premise, good actors, bad writing. This film seemed to have potential at the beginning but it quickly devolves into a trite action film. Ultimately it's very boring.

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Kien Navarro

Exactly the movie you think it is, but not the movie you want it to be.

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jellybeanaidan

It really had the exact same plot but it was executed far better

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snelling

Yes, it's a carbon copy of the original. But some people watch the original over and over again anyway. So they might as well make another adventure in the exact same vein. So every beat they hit is the exact same. Vacation time at Christmas. Kevin is left by himself. He is scared, sure, but soon accepts his fate and enjoys everything to the fullest. The two crooks threaten the kid, but then he proves how stupid the bad guys are by setting intricate traps for them, and they fall into each one. Harry and Marvin go to jail. Mom reunites with her son. The old weirdo that befriended Kevin earlier smiles at the end.Boom boom boom. Every box checked. I don't really care for either movie but I see them all the time on TV and it's hard to resist such brain candy. Damn thing still chokes me up but I don't understand why. Sappy music. Christmas themes. Culkin's acting. It should add up to nothing. Bah, humbug. Merry Christmas. All that malarkey.

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lorcan-61881

Home Alone 2 is a classic sequel that tells the story of a year after Home Alone,10 year old Kevin gets humiliated by his brother at a play causing him to get a bit angry and he wishes that they would disappear once again and when they leave for Florida,Kevin gets lost in the airport and boards the wrong plane and ends up in New York but little does he know New York isn't Kevin's dream place for having a vacation when he is chased by a bunch of hotel workers but worst,the sticky bandits escape from prison and are now walking the streets of New York and when they bump into Kevin,Kevin sets up a bunch of booby traps in a old abandoned house and once again..madness returns. This movie was so good,it was just as good as the first film. Macaulay Culkin returns as lovable Kevin,the idea was so good and original it that was some other director it would just be the exact same thing as the first film but probably 'Different Robbers' which would turn out horribly with a different kid(don't worry that happens in Home Alone 4 and I won't be happy doing that review). Home alone 2 is a classic sequel,if you loved the first film..you will absolutely love this more!!

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Python Hyena

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992): Dir: Chris Columbus / Cast: Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, Catherine O'Hara, John Heard: Recycled piece of crap that completely copies everything from the first film. Chris Columbus does nothing more than duplicate the success of the innovative first movie only this time Kevin is stranded in New York while his family is flying off somewhere else. And what are the chances of the two criminals from the first film breaking out of prison and ending up in New York? And they fall for the same stupid booby traps. Joe Pesci embarrassingly tries not to swear, and Stern is just plain juvenile in his "sticky bandits" bit that grows old fast. Catherine O'Hara and John Heard as Kevin's parents more or less sleepwalk through this junk. We are given that closeup realization of O'Hara where she screams, "Kevin!" Cutting her hair short doesn't render this anything other than a complete re-read. Macaulay Culkin was sighted as the new find when he played Kevin in Home Alone. Now it gets old and the traps are less believable this time out. The Christmas decorations are a sight to see and the atmosphere fits the mood but the screenplay is about as lazy as writing gets. We even replace the snow shovel guy from the original with an old woman covered in pigeons who will come to Kevin's aid. Watch the first film and hope that this dread gets lost in a New York sewer. Score: 2 / 10

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