Infantile gags and elements cribbed from the HOME ALONE series form the basis for BOYS WILL BE BOYS, a highly derivative straight-to-video screwball comedy directed by beloved actor Dom DeLuise. Be forewarned: This film could induce terminal boredom.
Police Lt. Palladino (Jon Voight) interrogates eight-year-old Robbie Clauswell (Drew Winget) and his 12-year-old brother Matt (James Williams) about the burglar they claim entered their house. The suspect, Skip LaRue (Michael DeLuise), claims the boys attacked him. The boys tell their side of the
story: the previous Saturday, their father Lloyd (Randy Travis) and mother Emily (Julie Hagerty) were planning to attend ...