Released on November 10, 1990, John Hughes-written, Chris Columbus-directed Home Alone has become a holiday classic. With this 3,957-piece LEGO set, you can recreate many of the key scenes from the film. The bulk of those bricks is dedicated to recreating the McCallister's house and the key locations inside, including the kitchen, bathroom, Buzz's room, and the basement. Each level of the house is detachable, and the walls and roof open up for easy access to all the traps within, including the dropping iron, swinging paint cans, and backdoor blowtorch. Outside sit the tree house — complete with zipline — and the Oh-Kay van with crowbar and police hat props. There are 24 bags in all, and the building order follows the movie's plotline complete with minifigures of Kevin, his mom Kate, robbers Harry and Marv, and Old Man Marley. Difficult to find, the completed set measures roughly 10.5" x 13" x 14.5", and arrives in an opened box but with all bags still sealed.