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Home Alone In 1990 the hit comedy Home Alone was released on video This movie is a nasty evil and sadistic motion picture In the same respect I think it is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen For those of you who do not remember this film it was about the McAllister familys vacation and somehow Macaulay Culkin Kevin was mistakenly left home alone Meanwhile that same morning Kevin believes that somehow his wish has finally come true hes finally rid of his family He can jump on the beds watch R-rated movies eat gobs of ice cream and potato chips and look through his older brothers stuff Kevin also has to deal with the scary furnace in the cellar which appears to be a monster the old man next door who is a snow-shoveling murderer and lastly the two crooks who try to break into his house This movie closely parallels what happened to me ten years ago Ever since I was a little girl my parents have always told me not to talk to strangers open the door or answer the phone When my family moved into a small culdesac development my parents reinforced those guidelines I lived in my new house about a year prior to the attempted break-in There are only fifteen houses in my development and the majority of the families that live in these houses are retired Most people would think my neighborhood is a relatively crime free place It was the summer of fourth grade I was nine years old going on sixteen I thought I was so mature and could take care of myself So when my mother had to leave for a business meeting and would only be gone for an hour I jumped at the opportunity to stay home by myself Little did I know that this would be one of the most traumatic experiences of my life The nightmare began about
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