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Home Alone

Home Alone
Home Alone




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This is a film about one of the scariest things that could ever happen to a kid - and also one of the most exciting. Kevin (played by famous child star Macaulay Culkin) is an eight-year-old whose parents manage to leave him behind by accident when they fly to France for the Christmas holidays. All by himself in Chicago, he has to think fast when two burglars try to break into the family home. Fortunately, Kevin is great at inventing traps, and the two criminals are extremely stupid, with each attempt to sneak in leaving them in more and more pain and humiliation.


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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language and moderate slapstick violence and infrequent moderate language.

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