The Holiday Heist - Make It A Movie Night

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Broxton has been wanting a movie night, so I thought what better night than the one to kick off our Thanksgiving Break?  I honestly don't know if he has seen the original Home Alone, so I was excited to see how he was going to react to the lastest version: Home Alone - The Holiday Heist.
Actually, I wanted to see how it was going to be like the original... and I actually enjoyed it!

We started watching it early afternoon and had to leave for a bit... the WHOLE TIME we were gone, he kept asking how much longer until we would be home so that he could finish the movie!  

In Home Alone - The Holiday Heist , we meet Finn and his family...
Broxton was a bit scared when Finn was under the impression that his house was haunted by a ghost... As in, he wanted to sit with me and watch it.. but he did talk about being scared...  Then, as I pointed out that it wasn't haunted, but that the crooks were there to rob them!!! Broxton kept saying "He is going to save his house!"  and was thrilled watching what all crazy things he did to protect his house!
This was a cute movie and I think it is a great movie to bundle up and watch this holiday season..
Make it a movie night!

Home Alone: The Holiday Heist
In the latest installment of the Home Alone franchise, Finn Baxter and his family move from California to Maine to their new house. Finn is terrified and believes the house is haunted. While he sets up traps to catch the "ghost," his parents get stranded across town and Finn is home alone with his sister. Their house is targeted by three thieves.


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