Any movie worth watching is worth watching again.
Tis the season to set up your DIY home security system and watch the 1990 Christmas Classic, Home Alone! Starring
Macaulay Culkin, Daniel Stern, Joe Pesci, and Catherine O'Hara. Written and Produced by John Huges and Directed by Christopher Columbus.
In this review we discuss things you might not know about Home Alone, talk about things we didn’t notice the first time we watched Home Alone, and discuss who we would cast in a modern day adaptation of the movie.
All that and more in our review of Home Alone!
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MERRY CHRISTMAS YA FILTHY ANIMAL!!!
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