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Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1992 American Christmas family comedy film directed by Chris Columbus

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York is a American family comedy movie. It is directed by Chris Columbus and produced by John Hughes. It was released on November 20, 1992. It is a sequel to the 1990 film Home Alone and the second film in the Home Alone series.

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BackgroundEdit

It stars Macaulay Culkin, Daniel Stern, Joe Pesci, Catherine O'Hara, John Heard, Tim Curry, and Eddie Bracken star in this movie. The movie score was composed by John Williams. It was mostly filmed in Chicago, New York City, and Miami. Donald Trump made a cameo appearance in the movie.

PlotEdit

The story is set two years after the 1990 movie. At Christmas, the McCallister family go on vacation to Florida. At the airport, Kevin (played by Macaulay Culkin) gets separated from his family. He gets on a plane to New York City and stays at a hotel. In New York, Kevin faces two the same two burglars who robbed his house in the first film when his family were in France: the "Wet Bandits", Marv and Harry (played by Daniel Stern and Joe Pesci). They are now called the "Sticky Bandits". Kevin tries to stop them from robbing a toy store on Christmas Eve. He traps them in his uncle's house, which is being renovated. Harry and Marv later attempt to shoot Kevin at Central Park, but a homeless lady throws bird seed at them causing pigeons to attack them. The burglars are caught by the police and go back to jail.

Release DatesEdit

Country Premiere
  United States 20 November 1992
  Spain 4 December 1992
  South Africa 4 December 1992
  Indonesia 8 December 1992
  Iceland 9 December 1992
  Australia 10 December 1992
  Germany 10 December 1992
  Finland 11 December 1992
  United Kingdom 11 December 1992
  Ireland 11 December 1992
  France 16 December 1992
  Czechoslovakia 17 December 1992
  Hong Kong 17 December 1992
  Netherlands 17 December 1992
  Brazil 18 December 1992
  Hungary 18 December 1992
  Italy 18 December 1992
  South Korea 18 December 1992
  Portugal 18 December 1992
  Japan 19 December 1992
  Taiwan 24 December 1992
  Colombia 25 December 1992
  Denmark 25 December 1992
  Sweden 25 December 1992
  Uruguay 25 December 1992
  Romania 1 January 1993
  Turkey 15 January 1993
  Egypt 18 January 1993
  Estonia 17 December 1993
  Russia 23 December 1993
  Ukraine 23 December 1993

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