Home Alone 2: Lost In New York

Home Alone 2: Lost In New York

Instead of flying to Florida with his folks, Kevin ends up alone in New York, where he gets a hotel room with his dad's credit card—despite problems from a clerk and meddling bellboy. But when Kevin runs into his old nemeses, the Wet Bandits, he's determined to foil their plans to rob a toy store on Christmas eve.

McAllister family held a holiday to Florida. Unfortunately, Kevin makes mistake when he goes plane to New York. In New York, Kevin hires a luxury hotel room and uses his father's credit card to enjoy the freedom and comfort! But Harry and Marv expects to steal the biggest toy store in London. They encounter each other and Kevin soughts to prevent two thieves's plan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Home Alone 2: Lost In New York torrent reviews

Sean S (es) wrote: Such a good idea and such a good cast and such bad implementation. Go back to early 19th Century Scotland and join Pegg and Serkis for some dark comedy in the death trade.

Julia L (ca) wrote: I do not find movie about sick children entertaining, Even less so, if based on a real story of suffering. I stumbled upon this movie on TV and thinking it was a thriller I started watching it. Big mistake. Turned out this was the "fictional" version of the story of a rich guy with two children, sick with a rare genetic disease and his efforts to save them. Very noble in the intent, but noble intents do not necessarily make good movies. If anything, this is a very manipulative one, in between the fine line dividing inspirational and delusional. A documentary would have been more appropriate. Brendan Fraser never looked puffier.

Daniel L (nl) wrote: A kind of by the numbers and brief retelling of part of the manga. All the themes were there, but not enough time was spent lingering on the dramatic moments. Kinda wish it had been a tv series instead. But if it gets people to read the original manga, then it's okay.

kyo 9 (au) wrote: What a great twist.. First he need to convince his wife that the baby he helped delivered is not his child and then he found it his own baby was not his.. the ending is truly awesome!

kan T (ag) wrote: ezber bozan amerikan aile hikayesi.

Jason R (ru) wrote: I think I prefer Hou when he's working in a historical mode. The contemporary films are so delicate they veer precariously close to slight. Still, by the time Hou ties this together with a beautiful homage to the surprising beauty and rhythm of the Japanese train system (seriously), you feel like you've been given a glimpse into a previously unseen world--the one right in front of us.

Yon C (nl) wrote: So many Omaha shots! Love it!

Buddy K (jp) wrote: A terrifically weird comedy from Steven Soderbergh.

Simona G (ru) wrote: Ogni volta che vedo Meg Ryan mi ven troppo in mente la T! ^_^ Film carino che piaciuto pi a me che a Sgaio. Ma lui odia gli scambi di corpo.

Hugo F (nl) wrote: The second installment in the TRILOGY OF GUFFAW-FULLNESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cary R (us) wrote: Gritty but a bit slow-moving with Al Pacino in one of his best roles. Good 70s film despite a lack of significantly developed secondary characters.

Tim K (es) wrote: Much better than I expected. It was a free movie at Marcus on my loyalty card, but glad I went. It was actually fun. Some great cameos.

Andy T (ru) wrote: Combining an amazing and spectacular performance from Tom Hardy with an extremely genius script and direction from Steven Knight, Locke is a compelling and absorbing narrative with a well-built lead character and the great confined setting, even if it is a little predictable.

indigo s (br) wrote: Julia Roberts outshines all other cast members. Cameron Diaz can't act.