Except, they were burglars.
@sticks86, yeah, this is dumb. Kevin is everything an American aspires to be!!
@sticks86, and they wanted to kill him too, pretty sure attempting child murder is a big Neddy No-no
@Child Slapper, gonna grow up to do tons of drugs and burn out at 17?
@BigJohnson86, don’t forget napping next to Michael Jackson!
Someone defending their home is a villain?
@Mantis Tobaggan, yes, he should have given them clean deaths
@Mantis Tobaggan, what’s yours is mine, comrade
@Hot Coffee, if you like taking a paint can to the face go ahead
@Mantis Tobaggan, you’re not being a good communist, guess it’s off to the gulag for you.
A prick, sure. But the villain? They just broke into someone elses' home with the intent to steal. Not his problem that they slipped on all those marbles he dropped the floor.
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I mean, they could have left at any time
@Belteshazzar, the mom who boarded an international flight and forgot one of her kids after saying horrible awful things to him the night before
@dshira, I mean, yeah. But I feel like the whole movie gives the dad a pass as if he’s not morally and legally responsible too
If you see the kid as a villain then you need to rethink your life. Clearly your perception of reality is warped.
The kid grew into a self-defense-hating liberal adult. Or something
This is stupid. Might be the first time I’ve wished I could downvote a meme more than once
No the Home Alone villain was definitely Spike
Kevin is definitely the villain. He could’ve called the police the moment they showed up, but that little sociopath had to torture them first. In the sequel the burglars weren’t enough. He had to emotionally scar the hotel staff as well.