Yup. I didn’t understand that choice. But at this point, it’s about what I expect from a Home Alone movie to be.Just wanted to say that Home Sweet Home Alone is every bit as bad as it looked. Whatever potential the movie had was immediately undercut by a misguided decision to make the burglars sympathetic characters.
The crazy thing is Peter Jackson is already talking about trying to get Disney to eventually add his EIGHTEEN HOUR directors cut to Disney+, the version he says is his favorite.Watched 45 minutes, had to stop because it's Thanksgiving, but yeah;
this is the most Peter Jackson thing that Peter Jackson has ever released in the sphere of film-based trilogies made by Peter Jackson. That's a long and winded way of saying, part one's stellar.
I honestly think the only way he's going to get that approved, is if each part is an hour each in a total of 16-17 episodes. Assuming he can split it to an hour and a half each instance.The crazy thing is Peter Jackson is already talking about trying to get Disney to eventually add his EIGHTEEN HOUR directors cut to Disney+, the version he says is his favorite.
I was too shocked by how bad it was to enjoy it! Every time the soundtrack dropped one of the John Williams cues from the original, I was like "You don't deserve this music."I actually had a pretty good time watching it due to exactly how bad it was lol. Making the villains likable was ridiculous.