By the nineties John Hughes was turning his attention away from teenagers, applying his penmanship to stories about kids before they reach the teen years. These included Dennis The Menace, Beethovan, Baby’s Day Out, and Miracle On34th Street. However, it was Home Alone that certainly drew the most praise in his collection of films about kids, but today I’m focussing on the least discussed. Indeed, the worst of the bunch. Yes – even more eye-gougingly painful than Baby’s Day Out!
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Mind-numbingly awful sums up my feelings about this film concisely enough. It isn’t funny, and it isn’t in the least bit entertaining. It’s one of those films where you want to turn it off after about twenty minutes but you keep watching in the hope it gets better. Well don’t bother, it doesn’t get better, it only gets worse.