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TolunaTeam

  35 months ago

Toluna Movie Club - November Movie Reviews Here
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Hello Influencers!

You’ve voted and voted in the past two weeks and we’ve now got the results! The movie up for review this month is

HOME ALONE

Here is how to participate and earn up to a total of 6,000 points!

1- Write a review for the selected movie

2- Post the review in a comment to this topic

3- Once you’ve added your review to the topic, send an email to MovieClub@Toluna.com, to let us know of your participation and we will hastily add 1000 points to your account.*

4- Check out the upcoming Toluna Magazine, December issue and see if you got featured in the pages!- If you got featured you will get an extra 5000 points!

That’s pretty much it- 4 little steps towards becoming a full fledged movie critic.

Let the Movie Club Begin!

*Note- in order to get the points you must submit your review until the 30th of November, 2018, and ensure that your review is your own piece of writing and has at least 200 words. We will not be rewarding any reviews that do not fit the 200 word mark.
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May_May82

  34 months ago
Yes I did
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echien

  35 months ago
I loved Home Alone
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christy24

  35 months ago
Home Alone is a great family comedy movie for the holiday season about a boy accidentally left home through the holiday season to deal with two very unexpecting robbers.
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abra

  35 months ago
"Merry Christmas, ya filthy animal... "
Home Alone is probably one of the most memorable (and quoteable) Christmas movies of my childhood. Kevin McCallister's (McCauley Caulkin) joy that his large and boisterous family accidentally left him behind as they took a family trip to Paris is understandable to me as the youngest (although I think I still would have preferred to go to Paris). He would get to do all the things he couldn't do when his family was around, like actually get a slice of the pizza he wants, eat all the junk food he wants, watch all the gangster films he wants, and mess around with his older brothers room. Kevin's fight with his older the night before the trip is the cause for him being left behind as he was sent to the attic as punishment (older siblings always win in the end don't they?), and in a classic case of "honey we forgot the kid", in the chaos of having visiting relatives Kevin gets left behind. Although we only see Kevin interact with his family briefly, it's obvious Kevin feels the outsider in his own family. His parents ignore him and his siblings bother him, which is why he wished they would all disappear. I guess wishes do come true. This movie taught a lot of lessons like looks aren't always what they seem, in the case of the seemingly evil neighbor who just turned out to be a nice elderly man saddened by his estrangement from his child and grandchild (whom Kevin sort of helps reconnect). We see this too through Kevin's mom's panic that they left him behind and her frantic hustle to get back home to him as soon as possible after Kevin assumed she didn't care. To lacking robbers Merv and Harry, Kevin probably looked like a weak kid, but he was more than capable of defending his house against them. Kevin's hilarious cat-and-mouse with lacking would-be robbers make this movie the quintessential family viewing.
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C1423332

  35 months ago
really cute and sometimes touching movie, enjoyed it
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nmotley0124

  35 months ago
A childhood classic and a must watch for generations to come. This movie isnt only funny and classic, but also memorible and will forever become a staple in time in your life. A movie you'll pass down
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angela.quillen

  35 months ago
Home Alone should be in the top five movies of its decade. About a large family going abroad for the Christmas holidays. Young McCauley Cocklin isn't accidentally forgotten during the morning of their flight out. He wakes up completely alone. After the shock wears off he is excited.
Once the realization comes that he is literally all alone for at least a week the fear sets in.
He discovers himself and opens up and faces his fears. All the while his mother is frantically trying to return to him.
All in all I give it nine out of ten stars.
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L4156479

  35 months ago
Home Alone 1 is a good movie to watch during the holiday season. As a parent I can relate with all the chaos, that goes on in with having children, then to add other family members to the mad house. The son Kevin, age 9 woke up to a empty house. Soon he realized he overslept and his family had left him home alone while they went on a trip to Greece. Like most 9 year old boys he was shocked and scared to death at first. It didn’t take him long to start enjoying the empty house, no rules, no arguing. While the family was unable to come right back and get Kevin the neighborhood had 2 thugs breaking in homes they thought were all empty. As to their surprise they met their match when they tried to break in Kevin’s house. This movie is hilarious and I enjoyed watching it every time.
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mclimans1979

  35 months ago
Home Alone 1 & 2 are great movies and I highly recommend them. We watch them periodically throughout the year when we miss the snow or are trying to just get through it. “Kevin” makes the snow much more enjoyable with his mischievous antics. The two thieves endure some hilarious circumstances after they take on a kid who is protecting his home and toy store from being burglarized. These movies will definitely make you smile.
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R4935176l

  35 months ago
Home alone is a favorite of mine and my entire family's. Its a great movie to curl up on the couch with family and watch on a christmas eve . Its full of twists and turns in the exciting story of a city kid getting left to his own demise over christmas. When his family leaves for a family vacation without him . Leaving this young kid to fend for himself as his family boards their airplane McCully finds himself trying to prevent would be Robbers that try relentlessly to break into the boys family home repeatedly trying and nearly succeeding in terrorizing him ((McCully) until the robbers get the card turned on them when they realize they aren't messing with just any ordinary kid he's In fact definatley anything but ordinary with his witty comebacks and pranks he tries everything possible to keep the robbers out of his family home . Giving you a belly ache from laughing is a definite possibility in this quirky ,cute and absolutely hilarious family movie. Guaranteed to give anyone a laugh. This is a must see if you haven't seen it . It will surely become a family favorite and create a ton of laughs and fun times with your family watching this hilarious suspenseful , cute family film
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