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Home Alone 2: Lost In New York
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Home Alone 2: Lost In New York

Sequel to Home Alone 1, in this new chapter, Kevin finally got hold of his fathers credit card and takes on a luxurious trip to New York.
Actors: Harry Hutchinson,
Harry Hutchinson
Harry Hutchinson
Terrie Snell,
Terrie Snell
Terrie Snell 1944
Sandra Macat,
Sandra Macat
Sandra Macat
Brenda Fricker,
Brenda Fricker
Brenda Fricker 17 February 1945, Dublin, Ireland
Joe Pesci,
Joe Pesci
Joe Pesci 9 February 1943, Newark, New Jersey, USA
Rob Schneider,
Rob Schneider
Rob Schneider 31 October 1963, San Francisco, California, USA
Anna Slotky,
Anna Slotky
Anna Slotky 30 June 1981, Buffalo Grove, Illinois, USA
Eleanor Columbus,
Eleanor Columbus
Eleanor Columbus 12 October 1989, Washington, USA
Jimmie Walker,
Jimmie Walker
Jimmie Walker 25 June 1947, Bronx, New York, USA
Leonard Tepper,
Leonard Tepper
Leonard Tepper 3 July 1939
Thomas Civitano,
Thomas Civitano
Thomas Civitano
Director: Chris Columbus
Chris Columbus
Chris Columbus 10 September 1958, Spangler, Pennsylvania, USA
Country: United States
Release: 1992
IMDb: 6.9
Duration: 120 min
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Ken Hanke

October 02, 2002

Wasn't one of these bad enough?
Scott Weinberg

January 01, 2000

Money grubbing sequelitis at its most pathetic.
Jason Morgan

July 20, 2009

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

August 02, 2002

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

August 04, 2002

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

July 26, 2002

So, so bad.