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Regardless of the new faces, the story and cartoon violence seems all too familar. Linz (taking over for the teenaged Culkin) is stricken with the chicken pox but able to booby trap his suburban house with to foil the plans of international criminals trying to recover a microchip stashed in a toy car. Film fails to carry the charm of its predecessors and sends the wrong messages: it's okay for parents to leave underaged kids home by themselves and electrocuting people is fun. Writer Hughes should be left home alone to rethink his skills as a screenwriter.

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Available on Running time 102 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Slapstick Comedy, Christmas, Home Alone, Chicago, Strained Suburbia, Toys, Childhood Visions, Terminal Confusion
Screenplay
John Hughes
Cast
Alex D. Linz, Kevin Kilner, Olek Krupa, Rya Kihlstedt, Lenny Von Dohlen, David Thornton, Haviland (Haylie) Morris, Marian Seldes, Scarlett Johansson, Christopher Curry, Baxter Harris, Seth Smith
Cinematography
Julio Macat
Director
Raja Gosnell
Music
Nick Glennie-Smith
Producer
John Hughes, Ricardo Mestres, 20th Century-Fox

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Nicholle

I absolutely love the Home Alone movies! Even though Home Alone 3 doesn't have the original Kevin McCallister, Macaulay Culkin, I still enjoyed this movie. Once again, Kevin is left home alone with no supervision. You'd think that his parents would be extra cautious every time they left their house. Of course the bad robbers break in, and Kevin sets traps so they will get hurt and hopefully leave. Kevin has quite an adventure with these robbers, and it seems that he is very entertained.