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.” TC mark

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  • http://twitter.com/joshliburdi Josh Liburdi

    this makes me think that home alone was sort of like straw dogs for kids.

  • Reallyyyydude

    Fuller! Go easy on the Pepsi!

  • jack

    i thought a much more realistic version would include pranks not working and macualay culkin getting beaten up

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1363230138 Michael Koh

    This is pretty hilarious.

  • asdfghjkl;

    i thought a much more realistic version would include a mother not getting all the way onto an international flight before realizing 1 of her 2 sons, who's also a 10 year old, never even got out of bed. but what do i know about being a parent

  • http://twitter.com/godworm Nicholas Cox

    i thought he was just going to call 911—that's what i'd do.

  • Sean Li

    if i were in freddie's position, i'd study the traps from the “saw” movies. oh wait, he got jigsaw's memo about the trip-wire shotguns!

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