Kevin McCallister is back. But this time he's in New York City with enough cash and credit cards to turn the Big Apple into his very own playground. But Kevin won't be alone for long. The notorious Wet Bandits, Harry and Marv, still smarting from their last encounter with Kevin, are bound for New York too, plotting a huge holiday heist! Kevin's ready to welcome them with more battery of booby traps the bumbling bandits will never forget!Written by
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(possibly intentional) Marv tells Kevin to throw down his camera and they'll leave him alone. But Kevin's camera is a Polaroid that prints out the pictures as they're taken, so he could throw down the camera, but he'd still have the incriminating photos. See more »
[Kevin reaches the entrance to the park, but slips on the ice - causing his vision to spin, as Harry and Marv appear over him]
My, how the tables have turned.
How do you like the ice kid?
[Harry and Marv look at each other, they both laugh and pick Kevin up]
Let's go for a little stroll in the park.
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Just as the end credits finish, the Hughes logo is moving and making crashing sounds. This is possibly a reference to the film logo moving as seen in the TV spots and theatrical trailer See more »
When aired on TV, the scene where Kevin visits the World Trade Center is cut due to the September 11th attacks. See more »
"Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" is young Macaulay Culkin's second greatest hour in the series as Kevin McCallister, who has to learn to be a man again on the mean streets of the Big Apple after being separated from his family once more. He checks into a swank Manhattan hotel (where Donald Trump is apparently staying at too). He's pursued again by comic bad guys Harry and Marv (Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern), and director Chris Columbus and screenwriter John Hughes keep the action and laughs coming. Tim Curry also appears as a concierge who has to prove that Kevin is on his own, and Brenda Fricker is the pigeon lady who watches over Kevin's little shoulder. There is another tricks & traps showdown at the end, which keeps the slapstick and comic violence at an all-time high.
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