Home Alone 2 - Lost In New York
· The vans arrive at the McCallister home to take the family to the airport. In a close-up view, the second van hits the statue in front of the house, breaking it off the base and knocking it to the ground. When the family walks to the van to leave, the status is intact and standing in front of the house.
· Kevin stops in the airport to replace the batteries in his recorder. The man in the coat like his dad’s is at the airport booth. There is an announcement that flight 226 to New York is now boarding and the man starts to run for the gate, with Kevin running after him. Once they’re seated on the plane and Kevin puts his earphones on, the flight attendant announces it’s “176 nonstop to New York”. A few moments later, the blip on the screen in the tower shows the Florida flight at the bottom, while the New York flight near the top. The flight number on the screen is 226.
· Kevin tosses three cookies on the bed when he says he’s had enough of this vacation. The three cookies are laying individually on the bed. The close-up view of Kevin unzipping his backpack shows the cookies are stacked where they’re touching each other.
· Kevin bumps into the airline employee at the gate in Chicago and drops his boarding pass in the stack she was carrying. A little while later, when he’s in New York, the boarding pass is now in his backpack and it’s eventually taken by Marv and Harry.
· Kevin throws bricks from the rooftop and hits Marv. The bricks bounce off and land on the sidewalk. When Marv attempts to get up when Kevin runs, the overhead view shows two of the bricks are now in the street behind him.
“Home Alone 2 – Lost In New York” (1992) stars Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, Catherine O’Hara, and John Heard. It runs 120 minutes and is rated PG for comic action and mild language.
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