Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

6.6 IMDb
15 November 1992 Release
$ 18 000 000 Budget
120 min Duration
Genres:Adventure, Comedy, Family
Year:1992
Country:USA
Director:Chris Columbus
Writer:John Hughes
7 Votes
71%

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Once again, it is Christmas time, and the McCallister family is planning another vacation, only this time they are bound to vacate in Miami, Florida. Unfortunately, Kevin does not agree with the rest of his family about this upcoming vacation and once again he got himself into trouble again, regarding with a fight with his brother Buzz. But as he and his family arrived at the airport they could miss their flight, this is where the chaos which is Chicago/O'Hare airport causes Kevin to unknowingly separate from the rest of his family, so instead of Miami, he is going to New York (much to Kevin's dismay). But what Kevin will soon realize that he will not only be alone in a big city, having a luxury suite at the Plaza, and visiting some of New York's biggest stores and seeing some sites as well, he will also reunite with his rivals the "Wet Bandits" Harry Lime and Marv Merchants, who escaped from prison and to New York and are planning to rob a toy store named "Duncan's Toy Chest" where the owner E.F. Duncan is planning to use the money to donate it to the children's hospital. Kevin plans to defeat the wet bandits once and for all by using his uncle Rob's renovating townhouse and the equipment inside as traps to defeat them and save Duncan's Toy Chest.

Movie Comments

  1. adamonfilm, 1 month ago
    'Home Alone 2' is probably my favourite of the Home Alone films. The first two are way ahead of the rest, but this one edges the first for me. It's virtually the same plot set in a different location, only this one has more laughs and more silliness.

    Macaulay Culkin and Home Alone are synonymous with one another, making further Home Alone films after this with a different kid was never going to work and was a big mistake. They should have left it at two and gone out on a high, because this was a great sequel.

    One of my favourite comedy movies of all time. The scene in the hotel room with the TV is comedy gold, they don't get much funnier than that. There aren't many films I'd rather watch instead of this, especially over Christmas.
  2. DylanW, 3 weeks ago
    Unlike the original "Home Alone", the situation has developed, spending longer times on the slapstick comedy of the Wet Bandits, depriving the film of its original comfort; the location. Relocating the setting to New York is an act of deprivation of the cosiness of the original. Once more, Kevin (Macaulay Culkin) is cute yet a smart-aleck kid with an attitude that could challenge even the crudest of adults. He once more gets into mischief, somehow getting separated yet again from his family. Not only that, but "Home Alone 2" has basically the same first 10 minutes as the original, which is frustrating to re-watch. Eventually, we learn of the escape of the Wet Bandits, which has excruciatingly painful scenes for any person, let alone child. The acting is fine, with the best scenes of the film including Tim Curry as a hotel concierge, which, by the way, do not involve the bandits.

    With this sequel, the film has resorted to cheesy lines, exaggerated violence and repetition, as most film franchises eventually succumb to.
  3. videorama-759-859391, 2 weeks ago
    Kevin still hasn't lost his touch. He gets separated this time, happily ending up in New York, while his folks end up in Miami, The McCallisters, not the most responsible of parents (this is the second time). I for one, can't blame Kevin (the odd kid out in the family) for smiling, as having to put up with all those douchebags, he calls family, notably beefcake brother, Buzz and his horrible, irascible Uncle, who I have a pet hate for. Using his parent's credit cards, racking up quite a bill, Kevin lives it up in the famous Plaza hotel, scoring some really suss and sour looks from some hotel staff. And guess who he bumps into, on his travels. So again, he uses his smarts and wits on the wet bandits (Stern so good here) where they take worse spills, and a hell of a lot of pain, trying to overthrow their rival. There are some similarities to the first one, that in no way, dampens this one. Again notable performances are that of O'Hara and, Stern, and Brenda Fricker as a homeless woman, her only friends, manifold of pigeons, and Kevin. Macaulay too is just perfect as before, a role, obviously, he was born to play. It's just a sad reminder, of how he could of been such a bigger star. Rob Reiner too, is very good and memorable as the cutish bellboy. This good sequel delivers, so most HA fans shouldn't be disappointed, especially if you really wanna see what the wet bandits deserve.
  4. Christmas-Reviewer, 2 weeks ago
    I HAVE REVIEWED OVER 400 (C H R I S T M A S ) MOVIES AND SPECIALS.

    BEWARE OF SOME REVIEWERS THAT ONLY HAVE ONLY ONE REVIEW. WHEN ITS A POSITIVE THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE THEY WERE INVOLVED WITH THE PRODUCTION. NOW I HAVE NO AGENDA! I AM HONEST! I REVIEW MOVIES & SPECIALS AS A WAY TO KEEP TRACK OF WHAT I HAVE SEEN! I HAVE DISCOVERED MANY GEMS IN MY QUEST TO SEE AS MANY Christmas MOVIES AS I CAN.

    After the Original "Home Alone" became thee 3rd highest grossing film of all time it was just a given that there would be a sequel and 2 years after the release of "Home Alone" 2oth Century Fox Released "Home Alone 2" and it was also known as "Home Alone 2: Christmas in the Park"

    After snarky youth Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) loses track of his father at the airport, he mistakenly gets on a plane headed for New York City -- while the rest of the McCallisters fly to Florida. Now alone in the Big Apple, Kevin cons his way into a room at the Plaza Hotel and begins his usual antics. But when Kevin discovers that the Sticky Bandits (Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern) are on the loose, he struggles to stop them from robbing an elderly man's toy store just before Christmas.

    None of the charm that made the original so much fun is even present here. What this is a sub-par sequel that had no heart and no soul. It was a money grab. Overtime the film has fallen out of public's eye. You will see the original again & again but this sequel is not worth a repeat viewing.