Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Review Home Alone Holiday Heist DVD Christmas Family Comedy Movie & Giveaway


This is a compensated post

Here's a recent fun and entertaining DVD release from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment that couldn't be more apropro for the holidays -- replete with kids, toppling holiday decorations and a Christmas tree galore. In the latest offspring of the Home Alone movie franchise, kids and parents will laugh along together while watching Home Alone The Holiday Heist not only at Christmastime but again and again throughout the year.
In this installment, Finn Baxter and his family relocate from California to Maine. But there's a problem, after they arrive Finn is terrified and suspects his house is haunted. So he sets up the wackiest ever high tech booby traps to catch the "ghost" he thinks is lurking in his new home. 

Shortly after movie-in, his parents are away from the house, stranded on the other side of town. Meanwhile, Finn is home alone with his sister. Before you know it, Guess what? The Baxter home is hit by three tough, but clumsy thieves. That's where the hilarity begins in this holiday action comedy the whole family will enjoy together.

Image from 20th Century Fox
The Home Alone The Holiday Heist DVD has a total runtime of about 90 minutes and includes English, French and Spanish subtitles. In the lead role is Christian Martyn who also has credits that include Citizen Gangster (2011) and Snowmen (2010) playing the precocious Finn Baxter.

Thanks to Fox Home Entertainment, one lucky MommyBlogExpert reader will take home this Home Alone The Holiday Heist DVD. 

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