Ohio picks ‘Home Alone’ as favorite ’90s movie


CLEVELAND — “Kevin!”

The holiday hit Home Alone is Ohio’s favorite film of the ’90s, according to a new study.

“Data analysts at Frontier Bundles used unadjusted domestic gross total earnings to generate a list of the 20 most popular movies released in the United States during the ‘90s,” the site says. “The top-earning movies were included in the list regardless of genre or rating, so the options ranged from Disney’s animated Aladdin to high-intensity films like Saving Private Ryan.”

But there’s more…

“From there, we analyzed Google Trends data from the past year to identify movies that stand the test of time – which movies are people still searching for after all these years? The results are indicative of each state’s favorite ‘90s movie.”

The Lion King was the most popular movie overall with Home Alone taking the second most popular spot.

Home Alone, which was released Nov. 16, 1990, made more than $285 million domestically, according to BoxOfficeMojo.com.

The movie spawned four sequels. See the trailers for each movie below…

But first… Tell us if you agree with Ohio’s favorite ’90s movie by leaving a comment on WKYC’s Facebook page.

Home Alone (1990):

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992)

Home Alone 3 (1997):

Home Alone 4: Taking Back the House (2002):

Home Alone: The Holiday Heist (2012):

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