At the airport Kevin loses his family and accidentally gets on a plane to New York City. After enjoying himself there for a while, he runs into his old enemies, Harry and Marv, who have escaped from prison. After finding out they are planning to shoplift in a toy store, he sets up a plan to put them behind bars once again. He sets up traps in an old house, and engulfs the duo with them.
Visiting Home Alone 2 locations in New York City
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I refuse to make a Sophie's Choice and choose which of the Home Alone movies I like more I only acknowledge the existence of the first two , but as far as sequels go, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York , is pretty much perfect. But a majority of the movie was filmed on location in New York and a surprising amount of locations are still nearly the same today as they were 25 years ago—if you're willing to forgive the movie a bit on its geographical leaps, you too can spend a day Lost in New York. I wish the real view from LaGuardia was even half this nice. Kevin takes a taxi across the Queensboro Bridge, which again isn't terribly accurate.
Kevin McCallister Macaulay Culkin is back. But this time he's in New York City - with enough cash and credit cards to turn the Big Apple into his own playground! But Kevin won't be alone for long. After recording an advert for the Plaza hotel on his tape recorder, Kevin Mcallister checks into the only hotel in New York he knows the name of. Well he must of gotten really lost.
For me, a complete Christmas freak, being in NYC at that time was like walking through the dream or at least one of the many Christmas movies I watched thought the years that take role in the best City in the world. Read more about it in one of my previous posts about New York here. Here are some of the most famous locations from the movie I visited while visiting the New York City.