Since it's still technically the holidays watching Home Alone is still technically allowed - although you can watch it whenever you damn well please. Obviously, the movie is being watched more than ever right now which has made a lot of people, such as Seth Rogen, figure out one of the most interesting facts of the film. One of the most quotable parts of the movie, "Keep the change, ya filthy animal," that comes from a movie Macaulay Culkin's character is watching, is not a real movie. You feel?
"My entire childhood, I thought the old timey movie that Kevin watches in Home Alone (Angels With Filthy Souls) was actually an old movie," Seth tweeted.
That one tweet alone sparked a lot of his followers to respond thanking the actor for blowing their minds.
"I was today years old when i founded out it was fake. Thanks Seth Rogen," one user tweeted, while another hopeful user added: "That’s a double negative so that means they are real people and the story in the movie is actual reality."