Continuity mistake: The pile of clothes that falls onto the remote control car changes between shots. The hamper turns over as well. (00:37:35)
A small inventive child recieves a remote control car as a present. However, the car holds a chip that a team of burglars are after. He realises what they're planning and prevents them from getting the chip by setting up traps around his house while home alone from school because of illness.
Stan: Hey, Alex, could you pass me the false alarms? I mean, the peas.
Trivia: At one point in time, the movie was going to be made for television and serve as a backdoor pilot for a potential "Home Alone" TV series. But this idea was dropped for a traditional theatrical film. The following movie, "Home Alone 4: Taking Back the House," was written to be a stand-alone movie but was retooled to serve as a backdoor pilot for a potential TV series. (Which of course never happened).
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