"Kevin" (Macaulay Culkin) is back, but this time he's got a lot more room to play around in against the bumbling "Wet Thieves" (Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern) -- New York City. In addition, he has to deal with the nosy, but well-meaning staff of a hotel he ("Kevin") saw advertised during a game show.
Now "Kein" hasn't got his own skin to save, but a toy story he visits in his adventures in the "Big Apple."
This has got to be one of the most predictable movies I have ever seen. The jokes barely produced a laugh from me, and I knew what sight gags were coming as they were being set-up on screen. Maybe if we saw "Kevin" formulating a plan and not setting up his booby traps, the movie may have been funnier to me.
There is very little character development. I haven't seen the first mo...