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1990 | 103 min | K-7 | comedy, family
“Home Alone” is a comedy film released in 1990, directed by Chris Columbus and produced by John Hughes. The film stars Macaulay Culkin as 8-year-old Kevin McCallister.
At the beginning of the movie, the McCallister family is getting ready for a Christmas vacation trip to Paris. With a large and bustling family, the preparations are hectic. Kevin, being the youngest in the family, often feels overlooked and to make matters worse, he’s bullied. On Christmas morning, Kevin wakes up to realize that his family has hurriedly left for the airport and forgotten him at home because he fell asleep in his upstairs room. Initially, Kevin enjoys his newfound freedom and does everything he normally wouldn’t be allowed to do.
However, he soon discovers that his home has become the target of burglars, portrayed by Harry (Joe Pesci) and Marv (Daniel Stern). Kevin must now protect his home and come up with ways to keep the burglars at bay. He sets up traps and does everything in his power to prevent the burglars from breaking in and causing havoc.
The movie follows Kevin’s adventures and clever tricks against the burglars, all the while his mother (Catherine O’Hara) desperately tries to return home and find her son. “Home Alone” is a funny comedy that combines family drama, humor, and suspense, and it’s a Christmas classic that many people watch every holiday season.
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