Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that they can expect the same kind of slapstick violence in this second Home Alone movie, mostly against the robbers who picked on the wrong precocious kid once again. The main character throws bricks, sets deadly traps, and more in attempts to stop the bumbling duo and is gleefully proud of himself every time they get hurt. Parents should also know that the movie opens with quite a bit of family conflict and that there's fighting -- even some physical violence -- among siblings.
Plenty of comic, slapstick violence: The main character throws bricks, shoots staples, sets deadly traps, and generally endangers the lives of the bad guys.
Lots of insults and name-calling.
Not much in the way of positive messages; a vaguely pro-family message.
Could be a commercial for the Plaza Hotel in NYC. One young character has a can of Coke in his hands whenever shown.
Drugs / Tobacco /