Home Alone 2 - Lost in New York

Home Alone 2 - Lost in New York
Home Alone 2 - Lost in New York




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Another Christmas, another terrible family mix-up. After boarding the wrong plane, Kevin once again finds himself separated from his family. While the McCallister's land in Miami, Kevin gawps at the massive skyline he sees before him and realises he's lost - in New York. Of course, our pint-sized hero is undaunted and, equipped with his dad's credit card and bottomless cheeky charm, checks into the hotel of his dreams. But, of course, the luxury can't last, and a slapstick running-battle with old foes Harry and Marv (from the original Home Alone) makes sure that this will be a Christmas to remember!


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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language.

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