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A rare positive review came from Chicago film critic Roger Ebert, whom on his TV show Siskel & Ebert (1986) called the film better than the first one, Gene Siskel nearly fell off his chair in disbelief at this remark. See more »
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[Alex is hiding in the closet and Mr. Unger tries to unlock the door]
I'm coming for you, shorty, to pay you back for all the misery you caused me.
Mr. Unger, what are you doing?
He's in the closet. Scaring him a little, just before I grab him. And behind door number one!
[Mr. Unger opens the closet door and Alex just disappeared]
I saw this door close.
Would I make it up? Why? What's the point? We working on commission here?
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Has the same title only this ain't the Home Alone you'd all be familiar with.
No one from the original is in it. And the plot to it isn't as amusing as the first 2 were.
This one has to do with some secret group of agents accidentally misplaced there product at the airport which has some important chip in it that's top secret. They track down where the product is which is in Chicago, and located in somewhere in a neighborhood. 4 agents now have to check every house and find that chip.
A kid who's supposed to be the new version of Kevin has the chip only he doesn't know it yet.
He likes to watch neighbors with his telescope and goof around. When he notices the agents breaking into the neighbor's homes, he calls the police. When they get there they didn't find any of the intruders in the neighbor's home. When the agents plan on breaking into our main hero's home, he has to prepare himself to set up traps and give them hell.
This movie was good at first but it's not the same. Those who like the first 2 Home Alone movies, you might not like this one. Rent it first, and see for yourself.
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