Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

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Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

An American Christmas comedy/adventure film, Lost in New York is the second entry in producer John Hughes' Home Alone series. Macaulay Culkin reprises his role as Kevin, as do Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern as the 'Wet Bandits.' Directed by Chris Columbus.

"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 (John Heard) credit card - despite problems from a clerk (Tim Curry) and meddling bellboy (Rob Schneider). 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." (Time Out London)

1992Rating: PG, Violence120 minsUSA
AdventureComedyKids & Family
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Variety

Variety

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Under Columbus’ careful direction Culkin proves an effective Everykid, while Kevin’s parents and relatives remain as cartoonish as the villains, with Pesci and Stern hamming it up as the Wile E. Coyotes to Culkin’s Roadrunner.

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Time Out

Time Out

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This routine sequel has a trio of nice cameos, but no surprises.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

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"Home Alone 2" may be lazily conceived, but it is staged with a sense of occasion and a lot of holiday cheer.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

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Call me hardhearted, call me cynical, but please don't call me if they make "Home Alone 3."

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

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Less a sequel, more a virtual remake of Home Alone, this "John Hughes production" follows the same route as its money-spinning predecessor, wheeling out the well-worn precocious-kid-on-his-todd scenario with scant regard for originality.

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Variety

Variety

press

Under Columbus’ careful direction Culkin proves an effective Everykid, while Kevin’s parents and relatives remain as cartoonish as the villains, with Pesci and Stern hamming it up as the Wile E. Coyotes to Culkin’s Roadrunner.

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Time Out

Time Out

press

This routine sequel has a trio of nice cameos, but no surprises.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

press

"Home Alone 2" may be lazily conceived, but it is staged with a sense of occasion and a lot of holiday cheer.

0
Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

Call me hardhearted, call me cynical, but please don't call me if they make "Home Alone 3."

0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Less a sequel, more a virtual remake of Home Alone, this "John Hughes production" follows the same route as its money-spinning predecessor, wheeling out the well-worn precocious-kid-on-his-todd scenario with scant regard for originality.

3.0
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