Twenty Years Later, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Is the Most Inadvertently Honest Christmas Movie of All Time

Rich Juzwiak · 12/22/12 12:00PM

The great thing about Christmas is you can do it exactly the same as you did last time, every single year. Case in point: 1992's Home Alone 2: Lost in New York is basically and openly the same movie as 1990's megahit Home Alone. The main difference is that writer John Hughes and director Chris Columbus moved the setting from a Chicago suburb to Manhattan.

The Bold Return of Wes Bentley

Richard Lawson · 05/05/11 04:39PM

A great male hope from the late '90s/early '00s just landed a pivotal role in a sure-to-be-big movie. Also today: your real estate dreams could come true, Simon Cowell has a new coworker, and let's look at the boys of the new X-Men.

The Night Olympic Ice Dancing Went Absolutely Crazy

Matt Cherette · 02/23/10 12:25AM

I don't know how to explain everything that this post contains in a lede, but I'll try: tonight's Olympic ice dancing was... INSANE. Inside, Linkin Park, Requiem for a Dream, Home Alone, a sexxxy commercial and Schindler's List—seriously.

Oh My God, We Forgot Kevin!

Pareene · 04/01/08 02:50PM

Young Osama, left home alone in Afghanistan, ended up fighting off a pair of wacky, comically inept Soviet soldiers, using only his wits and common materials found around the home. Then he discovered the true meaning of Ramadan. [NYT]