Home AlonePG

Directed by Chris Columbus | USA | 1990 | 1h 43m | Starring Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, Catherine O’Hara, John Candy

The McCallister family head to Paris for a well-earned Christmas holiday. As soon as they jet off, they realise that they’ve forgotten to take eight-year-old trouble-maker, Kevin, with them! Home alone, Kevin embraces his newfound freedom, until a couple of burglars start sniffing around. Over thirty years since Macaulay Culkin lit up the screen in this family-friendly Christmas comedy that still endures to this day.

Reviews

‘An amusing blend of cute humour and cartoon violence…The whole thing is gloriously tinged with nostalgia.’
★★★★
Patrick Smith, The Telegraph

There’s something warmly indelible about Kevin’s inadvertent staycation, a feeling owed to the fortuitous collaboration between 10-year-old star Culkin and screenwriter John Hughes’
Charles Bramesco, The Guardian

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