‘Home Alone’ Movie Review

Matthew Carroll, Writer

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The movie Home Alone is a Christmas movie based on a kid who is forgotten at home by his parents during Christmas and is trying to hold off two robbers who are trying to steal his Christmas. Home Alone was released in the 1990s, directed by Chris Columbus. Two famous actors who starred in this movie are Macaulay Culkin and Joe Pesci.

The movie starts off with Kevin (Macaulay Culkin) being sent upstairs in trouble, the night before he and his family are going to France for Christmas. The power ends up turning off in the middle of the night turning everyone’s alarms off. The family ends up waking up late for there flight, and they end up in a rush. Kevin wakes up a few hours later, realizing his family had forgotten about him. This is when all the chaos starts to happen.

The acting in the movie is one thing that sticks out when watching. The film director took time in picking the perfect actors for this set. One other part of the movie that strives is the story plot. The story plot of the movie keeps you interested on the film and makes you not want to take your eye off. The way Kevin holds off the robbers as long as he can with many different scenes of him using traps to hold them off.

Home Alone came out in the 1990s, which makes it an old movie with old technology. However, you would be surprised with the visual effects the film has. The way the editors put the effects to make them realistic . The quality of the film with the great actors that make the movie one of the best Christmas movies. The genre of the film is a family-comedy.

The film Home Alone is definitely a movie you want to see. It is a Christmas classic and is worth every bit of your time. It’s a classic with top actors starring Macaulay Culkin and Joe Pesci. Both of these actors have many popular movies. Overall, if you are looking for a family-friendly comedy movie, Home Alone is what you’re looking for.

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