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Home Alone 4 [2002]

Director:Rod Daniel
Writer:Debra Frank
Steve L. Hayes
Composer:Teddy Castellucci
Length:89 minutes
(1 hour 29 minutes)
MPAA Rating:TV-G
Suggested Event Use:Christmas
Sorting Category:Holiday
IMDB Rating:2.0/10
Amazon Rating:2.5/5 stars
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Synopsis: Kevin McCallister's parents have split up. Now living with his mom, he decides to spend Christmas with his dad at the mansion of his father's rich girlfriend, Natalie. Meanwhile robber Marv Merchants partners up with a new criminal named Vera to hit Natalie's mansion.

Reaction: Puh-lease! Just end it already!

Personal Rating: 2/10

Rod Daniel => Director
Debra Frank => Writer
Steve L. Hayes => Writer
Teddy Castellucci => Composer
Andre Roothman => King
Anton Smuts => Cab Driver
Barbara Babcock => Molly
Chelsea Russo => Megan
Clare Carey => Kate McCallister
Craig Geldenhuys => Prince
Donny Watrous => Robber
Erick Avari => Prescott
French Stewart => Marv Merchants
Gideon Jacobs => Buzz
Jason Beghe => Peter McCallister
Joanna Going => Natalie
Lisa King => Queen
Mike Weinberg => Kevin McCallister (as Michael Weinberg)
Missi Pyle => Vera
Sean Cameron Michael => Cop (as Sean Michael)

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • In the original ending, Kevin's parents did not get back together. His father stayed with Natalie, and his mother started dating a police officer who turned out to be Marv's younger, more honest brother. This was changed when the producers decided they wanted the film to set up a TV series, and so Kevin's parents did get back together at the end, while the police officer was deleted altogether from the script.
  • The producers had hoped that this movie would lead to a [Home Alone] TV series, and several of the main cast members had clauses in their contracts that would have bought them back for such a series. This movie failed to perform up to expectations in the ratings, though, and the series never went ahead.
  • Daniel Stern, who played Marv in the first two films, was approached to reprise his role in this one. Stern quickly declined, calling it "an insult, total garbage."