Home Alone 3 (1997)
"Home Alone 3" begins in Hong Kong, setting of "Fallen Angels" and the majority of Kar-wai's films. One of the first shots in the city is of an airplane flying in between two rows of buildings as viewed from the street. This same shot is used at least twice in "Fallen Angels".
Some of the sheets in Alex's house are of this show.
movie on shelf in store
"20th Century Fox, just waiting to make the Home Alone Franchise"
talked about, and is not considered to be a true sequel
mentioned in passing as being inferior to the first two installments
Poster for the movie was shown when the Critic mentions another John Hughes written film that is worse than Flubber.
Snob mentions it. Also, poster is shown.
This film is seen when Alex turned on the television to stop Mr. Beaupre from looking under the clothes and finding the toycar.
reviewed + footage used
movie is reviewed