Unaccompanied Minors (2006) Rated PG

A group of unaccompanied minors bonds while stranded at Hoover International Airport on Christmas Eve. Starring Lewis Black, Wilmer Valderrama, and Tyler James Williams.

This is a far-fetched story of kids being kids running amuck through an airport late at night. It’s understandable that kids left alone will entertain themselves and bond as they are forced together. What’s far-fetched are the unrealistic ways the kids get out the situations they are in. I also found it unconvincing that everyone at the airport would be fast asleep. I’ve been in an airport at 2 am, and there are people sleeping, but most are awake either working or wandering around. Other than those few inconsistencies, the film is a cute family Christmas film. It is about coming together and spending the holiday together at all costs. It’s about sharing and giving to one another. It’s not the best film; it’s great for families, but for me, it’s not worth a watch.

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