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Captain Nuke and the Bomber Boys (1995)

PG | | Comedy, Thriller | June 1999 (Japan)
Three teenage boys inadvertently find themselves holding the adult world hostage in this in this wild comedy caper. When Slug, Mickey and Frank flee to a secret hideout to avoid their angry... See full summary »

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Joey Franelli
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Jeff Snyder
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Brenda Franelli
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The President
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Mr. Wareman
Ryan Thomas Johnson ...
The Slug
Joshua Schaefer ...
Mickey Boyle
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Frank Pescoe
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Mrs. Pescoe
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Leslie Moore
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Scumbag
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Willie (as Benjamin Livingston)
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Thug
Kelly Morgan ...
Norman
John Snee ...
Benny
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Three teenage boys inadvertently find themselves holding the adult world hostage in this in this wild comedy caper. When Slug, Mickey and Frank flee to a secret hideout to avoid their angry parents, they find an atomic bomb! Instead of turning it in, they call the President and demand that he... cancels school! Suddenly, the FBI is on their Trail, a pair of bumbling crooks steal the bomb, and mischievous fun turns into chaotic danger! Now the boys are in a race against time to clear their names... and save the world! Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Comedy | Thriller

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Rated PG for language and mild violence | See all certifications »
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June 1999 (Japan)  »

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Bomber Boys: Uma Turma do Barulho  »

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Ryan Thomas Johnson (The Slug) said Martin Sheen was really pulling his hair at the end of the movie when he tries to stop the bomb. He tried to convince him to do a "stage pull" but he just stared at him blankly and said, "Hmmm...". He continued to pull his hair. See more »

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Flying Blind
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Performed by Medicine Wheel
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Not a bad one
6 August 1999 | by (Malta, Europe) – See all my reviews

Well, it's not a bad movie.

We see a lot of movies like this one - a couple of kids which do something and then end up in a sort of adventure.

This one features the F.B.I. and the President of the U.S.A. Three boys find an atomic bomb and they threat the F.B.I. that they are going to make it explode if they don't do what they are requesting.

You will like the movie, if you have the same age of the boys.

The cast :

Martin Sheen plays in this movie but frankly, I think that someone else would have done better in that role.

My vote : - 70% -


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