Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Synopsis: Kevin McCallister is back. But this time he's in New York City with enough cash and credit cards to turn the Big Apple into his very own playground. But Kevin won't be alone for long. The notorious Wet Bandits, Harry and Marv, still smarting from their last encounter with Kevin, are bound for New York too, plotting a huge holiday heist! Kevin's ready to welcome them with more battery of booby traps the bumbling bandits will never forget!
Director(s): Chris Columbus
Production: 20th Century Fox
  3 wins & 3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
120 min


Where are my golf balls?

Anyone seen my sun block?

What's the point of going to Florida

if you use sun block?

I don't care, I'm getting toasted.

Great. Now you can be a skag

with a darker shade of skin.

He's jealous because he can't tan.

His freckles just connect.

Hey, hey, easy on the fluids!

The rubber sheets are packed.

She wants "Ding."


Behind "Ding" is 200 points!

All right!

That gives you 4700 points.


200 points! All right!

Honey, are you packed yet?



Everything I put out?



Oh, did you see what Grandma sent you?

Let me guess. Donald Duck slippers?


Inflatable clown to play with

in the pool.

How exciting.

Why Florida? There's no

Christmas trees in Florida.

What is it with Christmas trees?

How can you have Christmas

without a Christmas tree?

We'll find a nice fake silver one.

Or decorate a palm tree.

Guests of Ding, Dang, Dong

stay at the world-renowned Plaza Hotel:

New York's most exciting

hotel experience.

For reservations, call toll-free,

1- 800-759...

- Where's the camcorder battery?

- I put it in the charger.

How's this?

Oh, much better.

Kevin, put your tie on. We'll be

late for the Christmas pageant.

It's in the bathroom. I can't go in.

Uncle Frank's taking a shower.

He says if I walk in there and see him

naked, I'd never feel like a real man.

Whatever that means.

I'm sure he was kidding.

Just run in and get your tie...

...get out, and don't look

at anything.



This cat they're talking about

I wonder who, could it be

'Cause I know I'm the heaviest cat

The heaviest cat you ever did see

When they see me

Walkin ' down the street

None of the fellas want to speak

Hey, hey, hey

On their faces they wear a silly smirk

'Cause they know

I'm the king

Of the cool jerks

Get out of here, you nosy little pervert,

or I'm gonna slap you silly!

Oh, you're cooking, Frankie.

Christmas tree

My Christmas tree

Lit up like a star

When I see

My Christmas tree

Can loved ones be far

Christmas tree

I'm certain

Wherever I roam

Kevin's solo's coming up.

Tell Leslie.

Kevin's solo's coming up.

Tell Frank.

Okay. Frank.


Christmastime means laughter

Toboggans in the snow

Caroling together

With faces aglow

Stockings on the mantel

A wreath on the door

And my merriest Christmas

Needs just one thing more


Christmas tree

My Christmas tree




Ladies and gentlemen of the jury...

...I'd like to apologize

for whatever displeasure...

...I might have caused you.

- What?

My prank was immature and ill-timed.

Immature or not, it was

pretty darn hilarious.

I also apologize to my brother.


I'm sorry.


Oh, Buzz...

...that was very nice.


Kevin, do you have something to say?

Meat that, you trout-sniffer.

I'm not sorry. I did it

because Muzz humiliated me.

He gets away with everything,

so I got him.

Since you stupidly

believe his lies...

...I don't care if your

Florida trip is wrecked.

Who wants to spend Christmas

in a tropical climate?



You walk out,

you sleep on the 3rd floor.

Yeah, with me.

So, what else is new?

Don't wreck my trip.

Your dad's paying good money for it.

Wouldn't want to spoil your fun,

Mr. Cheapskate.

What a troubled young man.

They're all a bunch of jerks.


Last time we tried to take a trip,

we had a problem just like this.

Yeah, with me getting crapped on.

I don't care for your choice of words.

That's not what happened.

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John Hughes

An American filmmaker. Beginning as an author of humorous essays and stories for National Lampoon, he went on to write, produce and sometimes direct some of the most successful live-action comedy films of the 1980s and 1990s. Most of Hughes's work is set in the Chicago metropolitan area. He is best known for his coming-of-age teen comedy films which often combined magic realism with honest depictions of suburban teenage life. more…

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