Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
Kevin McCallister has done it again. While his family flies off to sunny Florida for Christmas, little absentminded Kevin (Macaulay Culkin) accidentally boards a different flight bound for New York City, carrying his father’s bag and a huge wad of cash. Making the most of his newfound situation, Kevin checks into the Plaza Hotel and tours the city sights of in a stretch limousine. But it's not long before he runs into old pals Harry and Marv — otherwise known as the Sticky Bandits. They’ve recently escaped from prison and have plans to burgle the beautifully charitable toy store Duncan’s Toy Chest. Of course, they’re not going to get far if Kevin has anything to do with it.
Why You Should See This Film
What could be more exciting than being a kid with a stack of cash at Christmastime in New York City? Come live vicariously through Kevin and indulge in a decent helping of ‘90s nostalgia while you’re at it. The dream writer/director team of John Hughes and Chris Columbus reunite for this hijinks-filled sequel to the beloved Home Alone. Watch out for swinging paint cans overhead.
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- Year: 1992
- Rating: PG
- Director: Chris Columbus
- Cast: Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern
- Duration: 120 minutes
- Language: English