Kevin and his family are planning to go to Miami during the holiday season this time around.
At the airport, Kevin becomes separated from his family and ends up on an aeroplane to New York City.
Using his father's credit card, Kevin rents out a suite at the Plaza.
Kevin befriends E. F. Duncan, a friendly toy store owner, and a homeless Pigeon Woman then Kevin runs into his old enemies Harry and Marv, who have escaped from prison.
When Kevin discovers that Harry and Marv plan to rob Mr. Duncan's toy store on Christmas Eve, Kevin makes plans to stop them.
Kevin's mother, upon realising that she and the family have become separated from Kevin, frantically tries to find Kevin.....again...
It's more of the same here, but a lot more money has been thrown at it, because at the time of it's release, this movie was foolproof.
And if you liked the first one, you will like this, because nothing has changed.
But the film is all about the build up to the last thirty minutes, which to be honest, is the reason we all went to see this, because in all of us, there is a part where we want to see Pesci and Stern get trashed.
The rest of the movie is in three parts. We have Kevin and his Hi-jinks, The bandits planning a robbery, and the family trying to get Kevin back.
Simple by the numbers stuff, with a lot of sickly sugary messages which grate at times, but it's a Christmas movie, that everyone can enjoy.