“Mum, I missed the plane! (It’s starting again)”, a remake of the famous, quasi-eponymous film released in the 90s, is now available on the Disney + platform!
What is it about ?
Max Mercer is a mischievous and resourceful little boy who has been left at home while his family is on vacation in Japan for the holidays. So, when a married couple, who are trying to recover a precious inheritance, sets their sights on the Mercer house, it is Max who will have to protect the family home from intruders … and he will do all he can for them. prevent entry! Epic and hilarious twists and turns follow one another and despite the absolute chaos generated by his efforts, Max comes to realize how much home it is.
Mom, I missed the plane (it’s starting again) with Archie Yates, Ellie Kemper, Rob Delaney… Available on Disney +
THE WORSHIP FILM REMAKE
On the occasion of Disney Day marked by the announcement of the next Disney + projects, the SVOD platform unveils its brand new original production Maman I missed the plane! (it starts again), remake of the famous 1990 film worn by Macaulay Culkin.
Although this new feature film reappropriates the concept of the franchise via a brand new story and new characters, links are nevertheless woven with the original work, with in particular the presence of the actor Devin Ratray back in the role of Buzz McCallister (Kevin’s big brother) for a wink appearance.
In this new version, the burglars are played by Ellie Kemper (well known in fans of The Office and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and by Rob Delaney (seen in particular in Deadpool 2). They succeed Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern, who played the “Float Breakers” in the original film and its sequel, Mom I Missed the Plane Again.
The hero of the film Max Mercer is played by Archie Yates, best known to the public for his supporting role in Taika Waititi’s film Jojo Rabbit. This young British actor will have the heavy task of making people forget the performance of Macaulay Culkin, coveted by the production of the film for a cameo that he finally declined.
If this new version takes the concept of the first film identically, it will nevertheless be noted that many changes have been made to the unfolding of the story to imagine new adventures. The feature film by Dan Mazer (Borat’s screenwriter) is aimed both at nostalgic fans of Chris Columbus’ film and at a whole new generation of young viewers!
Mom I missed the plane ! (it starts again) can be found now on Disney +!