This Version of Home Alone is Much More Realistic
This version of Home Alone by Freddie Wong & Brandon Laatsch represents a much more realistic interpretation of the types of pranks you’d actually play if you were expecting armed robbers on a specific day at a specific time (if you were like, really going to play pranks on violent home intruders that might possibly kill your kids/ rape your wife). And it manages to do so while keeping its sense of humor. Still – not sure if anything can beat the original – especially given that one scene where Kevin makes it look like a bunch of mannequins are partying to “Rocking Around the Christmas Tree.”
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I never set out to break the girl code, but my habits won over my morals and with every drink, my inhibitions loosened.
In the brief amount of time it takes to reach your train station, hit the front of the lunch line, or collect your latte, you’ve somehow managed to project an intricate life together with this person, and, as you obviously know nothing about them, you kindly, thoughtfully, take the initiative of filling in the blanks.
Surrounded by crowds, but still lonely. Alone in your apartment and still lonely.