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Plot/Synopsis

Eight-year-old Kevin McCallister makes the most of the situation after his family unwittingly leaves him behind when they go on Christmas vacation. But when a pair of bungling burglars set their sights on Kevin’s house, the plucky kid stands ready to defend his territory. By planting booby traps galore, adorably mischievous Kevin stands his ground as his frantic mother attempts to race home before Christmas Day.

Information:-

Title: Home Alone
Year: 1990
Ratings: 7.4/10
Popularity: 25.403
Released Date: 1990-11-16
Quality: Bluray – 480p | 720p | 1080p
Duration: 1 hours 43 minutes
Genres: Comedy | Family
Language: Dual Audio | Hindi DD 2.0-Eng 5.1
Subtitles: Esub
Status: Released
Star Casts: Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, Catherine O’Hara, John Heard, Roberts Blossom
Directors: Chris Columbus
Writers: John Hughes
Revenue: 476,684,675 USD
Budget: 18,000,000 USD
Companies: Hughes Entertainment | 20th Century Fox
Countries: United States of America
Source:  IMDB | TMDB

Tags: burglar, holiday, family relationships, slapstick comedy, little boy, home invasion, precocious child, booby trap, home alone, suburban chicago, mischievous child, christmas, kids on their own, child rescue

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Author: Geronimo1967
It has taken me 30 years to sit down and watch this film and I’m quite glad I finally did. I usually loathe kids movies, and the trails at the time always put me off – but Macauley Culkin is really quite a charmer in this tale of a youngster who is accidentally left at home at Christmas by his family. They have jetted off to Paris leaving him alone facing the unwanted attentions of two would-be burglars (Joe Pesci & Daniel Stern). Initially a bit unsettled, he is soon is his stride using just about every gadget (and critter) in their large family home to make sure he thwarts their thieving intentions. It’s really all about the kid – and this one delivers well. The slapstick elements of the plot are designed to raise a smile, never to maim – even if having your head set on fire by a blow torch, or being walloped in the face by an hot iron might do longer term damage than happens here. That’s the fun of it, for fun it is – it’s a modern day Laurel & Hardy style story with an ending that’s never in doubt. It does have a slightly more serious purpose, highlighting loneliness – not just for “Kevin” but his elderly neighbour “Marley” (Roberts Blossom) and it has that lovely scene on the aircraft when mother Catherine O’Hara realises that it wasn’t just the garage doors that they forgot to sort out before they left! A great, and instantly recognisable score from maestro John Williams tops it all off nicely.

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