“Home Alone 2” actually finds Kevin McCallister getting lost and being alone in the Big Apple, instead of home in Chicago. Kevin justs wants to be alone at the beginning of this film when his brother plays a trick on him at a Christmas concert and Kevin becomes angry with the entire family. He follows a man he thinks is hid dad (he is running ahead of Kevin and wears the same coat as his father) and while the family travels to Florida by plane for the holidays, Kevin winds up on one bound for New York. He stays at the Plaza Hotel, runs up a huge room service bill, and slowly begins to realize he misses his family and doesn’t want to be alone. The two bumbling criminals from the first film, Harry and Marv, have escaped prison and run into Kevin on New York’s busy streets.
We recommend this film for ages twelve and above as Kevin does such things as hit one of them in the head with a brick four times and arranges a staple gun so it gets the same criminal in the rear with a staple. He plays other pranks on them and it is comical and farcical, but the viewer should check out our content chart below. Kevin prays at the end and is sorry for what he has said to his family, and his mother thanks God when she finds him in New York.