A slavish reworking of HOME ALONE's box office-busting premise -- unsupervised by self-centered parents, a cute and preternaturally clever tyke outfoxes adult evildoers -- this sequel features a freshly minted child star; new, anxiety-producing excuses
for his neglected state (working parents of the world, start feeling really
bad); a quartet of buffoonish baddies; and more sadistic violence than I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER. Eight-year-old Alex Pruitt (Alex D. Linz) is home with the chicken pox and blissfully unaware that the
remote-controlled car he was given by an elderly neighbor contains a stolen microchip bursting with Defense Department secrets. A ...