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I love watching this over and over again, it's really fun to watch. So i don't know why it got a 4.1/10 I think it should be higher (say about 6.8/10.) But it's people's decisions and they can like, love or hate it. I love the story and the characters, their real fun to watch cause havoc in the airport terminal. But I only watch it like around the winter time or just whenever I want to. This is a movie for all ages (babies to adults.)
But it's sad because there wasn't a sequel, and I know the reason. Why would the same kids be in an airport again (it could be different kids.) You never know they might do something similar to this. Anyways, this would be great to watch with the family and it's very enjoyable and very funny.
It's like Home Alone, except it's more kids and their not alone!
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