Home Alone 2 - Lost In New York  [DVD]
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Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) gets separated from his family at Christmas time again. This time, they're in Florida and he's in New York, and the two bumbling gangsters from 'Home Alone' (Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern) are out of jail and on Kevin's trail.
This somewhat unpleasant 1992 sequel to the blockbuster Home Alone revisits the first film's gimmick by stranding Macaulay Culkin's character in New York City while his family ends up somewhere else. Again, the little guy meets up with colourful people on the margins of society (including a pigeon woman played by Brenda Fricker) and again he gets into a prop-heavy battle with Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern. The latter sequence is even worse than the first film in terms of violence inflicted on the two villains (director Chris Columbus, who also made the first film, can't seem to emphasise the slapstick over the graphic effects of the fight). The best running joke finds a concierge (Tim Curry) at the swank hotel where Culkin is staying trying and failing to prove that the boy is on his own. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
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Once again Kevin McAllister has a falling out with his family on the eve of a Christmas vacation, this time after an altercation with his brother Buzz that ends in disaster at a school choir service. Although this time Kevin makes it to the airport with his family he manages to find himself separated in the mad rush that ensues and flies to New York instead of the intended Florida. Using his astonishing ingenuity Kevin manages to check himself into a swanky hotel using his father's credit card and for a while he has a whale of a time in the Big Apple.
Of course, just as in the first film, things soon turn sour. After making fools out of the hotel staff for a few days Kevin's deception is eventually uncovered and he finds himself stranded in an unfamiliar city. To make matters worse, he bumps into Marv and Harry, the two clueless burglars from the first film who aim to rob a famous toy shop and steal a giant wad of money destined for a children's hospital. Oh, and murder Kevin in the process if they get the chance!
Infuriated by the criminal's heinous idea of robbing money destined for ill kids ("You can mess with a lot of things, but you can't mess with kids on Christmas!"), Kevin resolves to foil the plans of the two baddies using the semi-renovated house of his uncle Rob.Read more ›
There's much more for Kevin to see and do in New York. He scams his way into the Plaza hotel where a suspicious Concierge (Tim Curry) gives him mighty evil looks at every encounter. He goes to Duncan's Toy Chest, the biggest toy store in town and takes many scenic photographs. Though it is a little worrying now seeing Kevin on the roof of the World Trade Centre.
But the Wet Bandits have escaped, and they have just arrived in New York with loftier ambitions and bigger heists to pull off. They even brush by Kevin a few times not knowing he's there. Typically though, once they get a hold of him the give away far too much info. Once Kevin escapes he takes matters into his own hands once more. His Aunt Georgette from the first movie is still in Paris so he uses her half-renovated home as a huge mousetrap for the bungling burglars.
The booby traps this time are much more painful and nasty, so it's all the more amusing for us. Who can possibly fail to laugh at Marv getting the shock of his life when he tries to turn on the taps? If the movie were to be released now I doubt if it would be let away with a PG rating. Still, it's nothing for any parents to worry about.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My favourite Home Alone film, and it gets you in the Christmas spirit.Published 2 months ago by Jessica
Not half as much fun as Home Alone 1, as it covers the same ground, but it is still mildly amusing.Published 3 months ago by Richard Parker
Brought as a present but this is a classic that I know every person would enjoy!Published 3 months ago by Natalie Ann Redman
It was very funny and a good film to watch with all of the family.
Charlotte, age 10