What do you say of a film that's a first for a newly-launched production house which is a very, very bad remake of a successful Hollywood flick? Just one word. Terrible. What were the makers thinking when they went ahead with the shooting of this film? I mean just a smart title to cash in on the success of Harry Potter is not enough! There is absolutely no mind, matter, nor any sense. It's just plain boring. Y A W N!
What might be a consolation for the makers is that the new generation of kids who might not have seen the very famous HOME ALONE flick might just dig into this. But then, 'word of mouth' is a very powerful tool these days. Look at what positive reviews and 'word of mouth' publicity did to MUMBAI MERI JAAN, and A WEDNESDAY!
This is a classic case of intellectual bankruptcy.
Sorry Puttar. This is no way to make a children's film.