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Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992)




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In this sequel to the highly successful Home Alone, child-star Macaulay Culkin returns, in the role that made him famous, as Kevin McCallister, a precocious Chicago boy who mistakenly boards a plane to New York while the rest of his large family wings to Florida. In Manhattan, he takes up residency at the Plaza Hotel, but his posh holiday is disrupted by the re-appearance of crooks Harry (Joe Pesci) and Marv (Daniel Stern).

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A.M. Columbus
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Teri McEvoy
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Ally Sheedy
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Clarke Devereux
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Sandra Macat
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Venessia Valentino
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Andre Lachaumette
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Rick Shafer
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Rod Sell
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Ron Canada
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Mark Morettini
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James Cole
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Donald Trump
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Warren Rice
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Thomas Civitano
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Donna Black
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Peter Pantaleo
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Critic Reviews for Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

All Critics (26) | Top Critics (3)

As a sequel, the movie manages to be funny, if predictable, and occasionally borders on heart-warming.

June 12, 2017 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

made solely to sell Talkboys (and let's not forget the pink Talkgirls) to kids

July 20, 2009 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…

Wasn't one of these bad enough?

October 2, 2002 | Rating: 0/5

Not better than the first part but funny. Pesci is great in both films.

August 4, 2002 | Rating: 4/5

Whatever steam Culkin gained in Home Alone was lost in this tepid sequel rehash.

August 2, 2002 | Rating: 1/5

So, so bad.

July 26, 2002 | Rating: 1/5

Audience Reviews for Home Alone 2: Lost in New York


Lost in New York is its predecessor in a different setting. But the heartwarming charm is still there and its this and a few new tricks up Culkin's sleeve that save it.

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I don't know what some of you sick people out there are talking about....This is the blueprint of how to make a sequal....You do the same thing (cause that's what brough you succes in the first place)....but you change the playingfield....and add some new characters. That's exacly what's has been done here....and it's done to perfection....just as good as the first one...if not better...now he's got 2 teams against him....the thiefs...and the people at the hotel....AND! he's in New York....something gotta give!

Martin Sahlin
Martin Sahlin

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Follow up to the very popular Home Alone, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York is basically the same idea, but with a different twist. The main character, Kevin McCallister is stranded in New York and has to outwit the burglars from the first film. As far as sequels are concerned, this sequel is just as good as the first, and that's rare. The cast of the first film returns in this sequel, and I think that's what makes this sequel work so well. Not only that, but the script is well written, and the gags are just as funny as the first film. The film doesn't do anything new, except that it changes the setting to New York. The film is very entertaining and manages to be funny and amusing. There's a good cast here, and this is a fun. I really enjoyed this film as much as the first, and though it doesn't anything too thrilling, this is still a fun comedy that the whole family will enjoy. As far as the humor is concerned, I felt that it was slightly better than the first. Screenwriter John Hughes gave a lot more emphasis on the humor and developed something a tad better. The first Home Alone was a good film as well, but this time around they managed to perfect the formula and create something more fun, and interesting. But both films are equally good, and I don't have a favorite. For a sequel, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York is better than your regular sequel, and manages to be a lot of fun, and entertaining for the family. Both films were great. I feel that the third doesn't really count because it was too dreadful. However, the first two Home Alone films are very good comedies.

Alex roy
Alex roy

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