Home Alone 2 & 3

Blockbusters Reviewed

Welcome to the 25th edition of My Fortnightly Movie/TV Thoughts.  Last fortnight, I reviewed Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker (2019).  This fortnight, I’m reviewing:

  • Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992), rated PG for low level violence
  • Home Alone 3 (1997), rated  PG for low level violence

Those of course are the Australian ratings; in the United States, the ratings are:

  • Home Alone 2 – PG for comic action and mild language
  • Home Alone 3 – PG for slapstick violence, language and mild sensuality

As usual, I’ll give the trailers and a clip each at the end.  And as usual, I offer the following disclaimer JUST to be safe:


Home Alone 2: Lost in New York


Chris Columbus’ blockbuster sequel to his beloved 1990 classic was panned by critics (although they weren’t all that fond of…

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Congress Presses State Department To Release Hidden Game-Changing Report About Palestinian Refugees

An oldie, but interesting.  The UN's "Palestinian" cause has always been built on deceit. Nwo Report Hank Berrien Legislators are pressuring the State Department to release a classified government report that has been buried for years and reportedly exposes the enormous exaggerations from the U.N. and other entities regarding the number of Palestinian refugees. In … Continue reading Congress Presses State Department To Release Hidden Game-Changing Report About Palestinian Refugees

Chanukkah – The Feast of Hanukkah

Yesterday was the first day of Hanukkah in Australia (in the calendar I follow).

J-M's History Corner

Shabbat Shalom!  Today (December 21st, 2018) is (in Australia) the first day of Hanukkah (known in Hebrew of Chanukkah), the 8-day feast commemorating the rededication of the Jewish Temple by the Maccabees three years to the day after it was defiled by pagans.

You may notice that most people have already celebrated Hanukkah.  I explain the calendar I use in Yom Teruah – The Feast of Trumpets.  It begins on the 25th day of the 9th month (Kislev), and ends on the 3rd day of the 10th month (Tevet).  You can see the feast calendar I’m following for the next year here: Feast Calendar.

What is the origin of Hanukkah?  It is explained in the Bible:

The Jews in Jerusalem and those in the land of Judea,

To their Jewish kindred in Egypt,

Greetings and true peace.

May God do good to you, and may he…

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General Messervy: A Biography

For a website devoted to historical (or quasi-historical) topics, I've never actually posted a biography.  Well, that has now officially changed.  The person I have chosen to be my first to have his life discussed?  General Sir Frank Walker Messervy (1893-1974), an officer in the British Indian Army who served in both World Wars. From … Continue reading General Messervy: A Biography