“Hotel, how can I help you?”
"This is Peter Mcallister, the faaaather"
"I'd like to get a room with an extra large bed,
"Ok, what date are you-
"All of our rooms have a TV sir"
"..and one of those refrigerators you have to open with a key”
“1 bed or 2? Smoking or non?”
“Credit card? You got it”
“I didn’t say anything about..”
Most of my analyzing the movie have already been said. But here are some I thought about
Kevin's mom enters the house, not calm but certainly not how I'd do it. I'd be full blast running and searching every room like a mad woman. I'd be screaming Kevin's name continuously. Not "Kevin? Keviiinnn?" the silence.
Kevin's family sucks. He definitely said things that I'd pop a kid in the mouth for saying (that doesn't get corrected- I guess you give up on your kids once you've had 5), but overall his siblings are worse. And I'd dislike Buzz on the fact that he's overweight, has a stupid haircut and gap teeth. Kevin is at least cute.
I'd have some words with Uncle Frank for calling my kid a little jerk. It's clear nobody likes his cheap, bald arse so use the opportunity of him stepping in your role to lay into him.
John Candy's role in HA1 was great. I wonder if the part about leaving the kid at a funeral was ad-libbed.
When I saw HA2 for the first time, and Kevin asks to go to the toy store I thought Cool! He'll go to that place in Big, and play that giant piano! Then it's like, here is a place nobody has heard of have a great time. Let down.
Harry thinks it's a good idea to scale a rope to get to Kevin's tree house instead of going back in the house? So this past middle age, over weight, man thinks he's going to scale that think like a champ instead of just being extra cautious while going into the house?