Home Alone – Edited

Theatrical Release: November 16, 1990
DVD Release: November 11, 2004
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Synopsis

A Young boy wakes up to find that his Christmas wish has come true–his large family has disappeared. Taking full advantage of his freedom, he learns some lessons about independence, responsibility, defending the home against two bungling burlars–and how nice it is to have a family. Academy Award Nominations-Best Original Score.

Dove Review

Here is another Holiday movie for the family to enjoy. It is fun for the entire family. This is a great comedy, full of great slapstick comedy and a great message of what family really means. Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern are wonderful as the “wet bandits”. Culkin gives a fanstastic performance as the Home Alone child, defending his home against the burglars. The edited version has removed the offensive language

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Violence: Slap stick.
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Info

Company: 20th Century Fox
Writer: John Hughes
Director: Chris Columbus
Producer: John Hughes
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 105 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe