Home Alone 2: Lost In New York (Blu-ray)
He's up past his bedtime in the city that never sleeps.
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- Number of Discs: 2
- Rated: PG
- Run Time: 2 hours
- Video: Color
- Released: October 6, 2015
- Originally Released: 2009
- Label: 20Th Century Fox
- Blu-ray/DVD Features:
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 1.85
- Dolby Digital 5.1 - English, French, Spanish
- DTS HD Master Audio - English, French, Spanish
- Subtitles - English, Spanish
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Performer:||Joe Pesci, Tim Curry, Catherine O'Hara, Rob Schneider, John Heard, Daniel Stern & Brenda Fricker|
|Directed by||Chris Columbus|
|Edited by||Raja Gosnell|
|Screenwriting by||John Hughes|
|Composition by||John Williams|
|Produced by||John Hughes|
|Director of Photography:||Julio Macat|
Though equal to its original in quantity of sadistic slapstick, this anticipated sequel is dull and strikingly uninspired. Full Review
Culkin, an angel-faced Terminator more potent than any assault rifle-armed Schwarzenegger, swells with empowerment and lashes out, symbolically, at the indifferent parents, the ignorant teachers, the irritable authority figures, the brutal older sibling. Full Review
This sequel has lots of color and Christmas warmth to recommend it. Its portrait of urban American is ridiculously romanticized, though, and the climatic fight with two silly-sinister bad guys is as nasty as it is cartoonish. Full Review
Christian Science Monitor
Home Alone 2: Alone in New York is a rollicking return to the pesky juvenile high jinks, broad slapstick antics and tender sentimentality that made the first film a phenomenon -- and it does it all even better. Full Review
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Rating: 2/4 -- The pleasures here are entirely cruel, with an unhealthy concentration on the suffering of the victims, on the thudding impact of various objects against their heads, on their howls of agony. Full Review
It is going to make a ton of money, but you never feel that's the only reason it was made. It respects itself and it respects us, and there's no reason to begrudge its success. Full Review
It's much more violent than the first film's comparable set of dirty tricks. And Kevin, removed from his embattled home, seems much more cavalier, possibly even meaner than his bullying older brother, Buzz (Devin Ratray). Full Review
New York Times
Kevin finds himself once again alone, this time in the big apple. The wet bandits have escaped from jail and, after a few more rounds with Kevin, probably would have been safer in jail.
It's Christmas time again, and the McCallisters are off on another vacation. But Kevin wanders off at the airport, and while the family make it to Florida as planned, he gets on a plane bound for New York City. Once there, he turns the city into his personal playground, as he checks into the Plaza, befriends a toy-store owner, and once again battles burglars Harry and Marv.
Holiday | Thieves | Family Interaction | Kids Adventure | Scams And Cons | Children | Christmas | Theatrical Release
- Harry Lime (Lyme) is also the name of the character that Orson Welles played in "The Third Man".
- Filmed in Los Angeles and on location in Chicago and New York City. Shooting began December 9, 1991; completed May 6, 1992. Color by Kodak.
- Film uses clips from "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" and "It's a Wonderful Life."
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