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MY FAVORITE FILM
My favorite film is "Home Alone". I loved it the by the first time I watched.
This film is about a boy who lives in Chicago.The boy's name is Kevin․ His
family leaves for Paris and forgets to take Kevin with them. He stays alone at
home, that is why the name of the movie is "Home Alone".Thieves enter
their house.The boy knows about it and puts too many traps for the thieves
in his house.
This film is divided into 5 parts. I like the 2nd part.The boy’s player is
Macaulay Culkin as Kevin McCallister
Joe Pesci as Harry Lime
Daniel Stern as Marv Merchants
John Heard as Peter McCallister
Catherine O'Hara as Kate McCallister
Roberts Blossom as Old Man Marley
Home Alone was initially aWarner Bros. production; when 20th Century Fox took over the project, the budget
grew from $14 to $17 million.Columbus' work with Home Alone began several years earlier when Hughes
helped him secure the directing job for National Lampoon's ChristmasVacation.That project ended poorly
when a personality clash between Columbus and Chevy Chase led to Columbus leaving the movie. Hughes then
gave him the script to Home Alone, which he accepted.
Hughes suggested to Columbus that they cast Macaulay Culkin in the main role because of his experience with
the child actor while shooting Uncle Buck. Columbus met with other actors for the part, by his count "hundreds
and hundreds", as he felt it was his "directorial responsibility".Columbus finally met with Culkin and agreed he
was the right choice for the role. Due to Culkin's age, he could only work until 10 PM which created shooting
problems for the crew because of the movie's many night-time scenes.The film's stunts also created tension
for the crew during shooting.Columbus said, "Every time the stunt guys did one of those stunts it wasn’t funny.
We’d watch it, and I would just pray that the guys were alive." Stunts were originally prepared with safety
harnesses, but because of their visibility on camera, the film's final stunts were performed without them…
Initially Columbus hoped to have Bruce Broughton score the films, and
early posters listed him as the composer. However, Broughton was busy
with The Rescuers Down Under and he had to cancel at the last
minute. From there Columbus was able to get in touch with Steven
Spielberg who helped him contact JohnWilliams to produce the final
score.Christmas songs, such as "O Holy Night" and "Carol of the Bells",
are featured prominently in the film, as well as the film's theme song
"Somewhere in My Memory".The soundtrack was released by Sony
Classical in cassette on December 4, 1990 and in CD on May 27, 2015.