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Home Alone 2: Lost In New York
He's up past his bedtime in the city that never sleeps.
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.
The Wolf of Wall Street Jr.
Home Alone 2: The Re-Alonening.
I assumed this film would merely nod its head at its prequel but lack all the essential qualities that made the first one great.
What Chris Columbus has actually done is take everything that was special about Home Alone, move it to New York and add extra helpings of laughter and fun. I couldn't possibly say which one I prefer - they'll both be in my Top 100 Favourite Films until I die.
He would be all alone, when they take him in to fucking care.
The Good: Throwing bricks at people's faces is still funny.
The Bad: Even more contrived than the first one, it's pretty fucking improbable. Basically a lazy rehash of the original meant to cash in on the 90s Culkin craze. John Hughes sold out on this one.
The Bottom Line: The original Hangover 2.
Self defence at its finest. Someone give Joe Pesci a Snickers.
Not as bad as people said, not as good as the first movie but still the movie takes a different turn for this movie and thank god the movie did not repeat like the first one but it's too Bad that "the hangover part 2" can not good.
A fine sequel. To this day I can still get caught up in it.
I'm being biased here. 5/5. Classic childhood film that never gets old.
I can't not watch this film and its prequel every Christmas.
For however few amusing moments there are, this film did not need to happen. It's the first film with a New York paint job.
A fun sequel to the original that redoes a lot of things from the original, but throws it into New York. Seems a lot of sequels do that... it's almost like the city is trying to promote itself as an alternative Los Angeles. Weird. Anyway, the kid is back and the same villains are back, but they have a bigger playground to play in, plus they have Tim Curry and a creepy taxi cab driver to play with. It has some unique and really funny moments, and for me it isn't even close to being bad.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
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