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Home Alone, 25 years old (ugh), returns to local screens

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Joshua Rothkopf
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Do you hear what I hear? A child—a wise-cracking, cheek-slapping child—defends his house from burglars in Home Alone, which we should call a classic at this point, since it's 25 years old. Even if you're unconvinced of that status, the public demands otherwise: We count no less than five screenings of the 1990 blockbuster comedy in the coming weeks, some of them with a live orchestra. Here's where you can fire up your Macaulay nostalgia:

Sat Dec 5 at NJPAC in Newark, NJ (with a prefilm sing-along, children's choir and symphony accompaniment—click here for tickets)

Sun Dec 6 at State Theater in New Brunswick, NJ (with a prefilm sing-along, children's choir and symphony accompaniment—click here for tickets)

Sat Dec 12 at Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg (11:45am brunch screening—click here for tickets)

Sun Dec 13 at Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg (11:45am brunch screening—click here for tickets)

Mon Dec 14 at Queens Comfort in Astoria, Queens (with a "buffet of stoner cuisine"—click here for tickets)

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