Entertainment This huge Home Alone plot hole has FINALLY been explained

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Twenty-five years after Home Alone hit theaters, the world has managed to get hung up on a stand-out plot hole in the movie. Or rather, the Internet grew fixated upon finding a solution, which is nice timing for the anniversary.

This massive Home Alone plot hole has been solved but are you satisfied with the explanation? Sarah Deen for Metro.co.ukSunday 4 Oct 2015 9:18 pm. Share this article with Facebook Share this article with Twitter Share this article with Google Plus Share this article with Whatsapp Share this

a person wearing a hat and smiling at the camera © Provided by Associated News It’s Christmas in less than two weeks and that means we’re cramming in as many Christmas movies as possible.

But after watching Home Alone for the 100th time (this month) we’ve been left wondering about one thing.

There is a massive plot hole in the iconic Christmas film. Have you spotted it?

  This huge Home Alone plot hole has FINALLY been explained © Provided by Associated News

Early on in the film, a tree falls on the phone lines during a storm and destroys them, so Kevin can’t contact his parents in Paris.

However, later on in the film, Kevin calls to order a pizza…

So how can he order a pizza but his parents can’t get through to him!?

Well, Huffington Post have finally explained this GLARING plot hole.

A representative from American telecommunications company AT&T, revealed; ‘When you’re trying to call from Paris, now you’re relying on a whole series of connections including undersea cables, any one of which could have a problem, which would prevent you from reaching some particular telephone number.’

So there you have it guys! We can now watch Home Alone in peace.

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