BLAST FROM THE PAST
WARNING: For Mature Audiences Only
This comedy would be highly recommended by us if it was not for showing some homosexuality (which is fortunately rebuked but made light of in a funny way) and has some mild language and other issues. But you can view an edited version for you and your family by using the features of www.clearplay.com for this movie.
Blast From The Past (112 mins) (PG13) (1999)
starring Brendan Fraser and Alicia Silverstone.
(Information edited and enhanced from the movie jacket.)
Meet Adam Walker (Brendan Fraser) born and raised in a bomb shelter with his mad scientist father (Christopher Walken) and his sherry swilling mother (Sissy Spacek). Adam's simple childhood has been filled with Perry Como records, The Honeymoon re-runs and good old-fashioned family values. Now, 35 years later, Adam is about to emerge into a bewildering modem world in search of supplies and a simple girl from Pasadena. Instead, Adam meets Eve (Alicia Silverstone), a modern LA woman, jaded about life an burned by love. The result is "an engaging romantic comedy that's charming, funny and hip."
"An engaging romantic comedy that's charming, funny and hip."
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