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Cast

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Chris Carrara ...
Randy Mason
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Judy Riley
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Delbert Macoy
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Derya Ruggles ...
Marti Mason
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Ben
Kenneth A. Brown ...
Jamaal
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Mrs. Eva McKinley Williams
Ann Randolph ...
Policewoman
Michael Keys Hall ...
Jim
Robin Westphal ...
Dee
Bobbie Chandler ...
Wendy Riley
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Westec Guard
John Rubinow ...
Brent Mason
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Home Alone clone about a 13-year-old boy, obsessed with making remote controlled toys, decides to put them to use when he's trapped in a vacant model suburban house with three moronic prison escapees whom he proceeds to make mincemeat out of them. Written by Matthew Patay

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22 September 1993 (USA)  »

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Kakarakontrolli  »

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Trivia

While filming, people asked to buy the house where the movie was filmed, and director Ted Nicolaou always had to take them around back and show them it wasn't a real house, but a part of the set. See more »

Goofs

In the opening scene as Randy grabs his bike, you can see a poster fall in the background. When the camera quickly flips to Judy, the poster is instantly back up. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Randy: Hey Jamaal.
Jamaal: Hey Randy. Mistro of Vanilla Ice Cream. What's happening my friend?
Randy: Hey Judy.
Jamaal: [as Judy enters scene] Judy on Duty, High Priestess of the Ball and Bat.
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Crazy Credits

During the opening credits, there is a short cartoon of Randy being chased by the crooks (Delbert, Louis, Richie). One of Randy's models appear during almost every opening credit. See more »

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References Prehysteria! (1993) See more »

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That's How it Is
Performed by Joker
Written by Joe Nat and Devon James
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One of those stupid, after-school-special type of films.
2 October 2000 | by (Akron, Ohio.) – See all my reviews

Right from the opening, animated, credits sequence, you know this is going to be one of those mind-numbingly stupid films. Plot about a kid who controls a lot of junk with a remote control is uninspired. Sure, it's meant for kids, but it's way too dumb for almost anyone. My best advice is to skip it.


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