• Publication date: November 21, 2010

Home Alone 3

4 international industrial spies: Peter Beaupre, Alice Ribbons, Burton Jernigan, and Earl Unger, steal a missile-guiding microchip and hide it in a remote-control toy car to smuggle it past airport security. Grumpy, old Mrs. Hess takes the bag with the car by mistake, and having no use for it gives it as a present to Alex. The thieves rent a house on Mrs. Hess's street and burglarize the houses looking for the car, but Alex is prepared for them...

Program data

Duration: 120

Production Year: 1997

MBC 2:

December 8, 2016 17:00 (KSA) ~ December 8, 2016 16:00 (CLT)

(mbc.net) 4 international industrial spies: Peter Beaupre (Olek Krupa), Alice Ribbons (Rya Kihlstedt), Burton Jernigan (Lenny Von Dohlen), and Earl Unger (David Thornton) steal a missile-guiding microship and hide it in a remote-control toy car to smuggle it past airport security. Grumpy, old Mrs. Hess (Marian Seldes) takes the bag with the toy car inside by mistake, and having no use for it gives it as a present to Alex (Alex D. Linz) for shoveling the snow in her driveway. The thieves then rent a house on Mrs. Hess's street and burglarize the houses in her neighborhood looking for the car. But Alex, stuck at home with chicken pox, notices the four criminals in action while passing time looking through his telescope. He calls the police who arrive too late and miss the criminals, not once but twice, and they leave thinking Alex is making prank calls. Thus Alex has no choice but to take matters into his own hands, as he starts to booby-trap his house knowing that sooner or later the thieves will come after the microchip in the toy car.

The third film in the Home Alone series, it is the first to not feature Macaulay Culkin in the central role, or director Chris Columbus. Lots of fun and laughs for the whole family, enjoy this one.

 

Starring:

  • Alex D. Linz
  • Olek Krupa
  • Rya Kihlstedt
  • Lenny Von Dohlen
  • David Thornton
  • Haviland Morris
  • Kevin Kilner
  • Scarlett Johansson

Directed by:  Raja Gosnell

Rating:  PG for slapstick violence, language and mild sensuality.