Adam Weber is the child of an eccentric inventor and his wife. Following a bomb scare in the 1960s that locked the Webers in their bomb shelter for 35 years, Adam Weber must venture out into Los Angeles and obtain food and supplies for his family. He meets Eve, who reluctantly agrees to help him out.Written by
After Wolf 1 ejects from his fighter plane, we see the stick thrown right, but the plane banks and turns to the left. See more »
Eve, a man walks into your life, who's the kindest, most polite, most incredibly rich guy you've ever met...
And I have him committed.
Yes. Yes you did.
Well, at least I fell for him before I knew he was rich. That's new.
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In the U.K. the widescreen version of the VHS runs 10 minutes longer than the pan n' scan version. Additional scenes include:
When Calvin goes up to the world for the first time in 35 years, he sees a guy looking for food in bins.
When Adam and Eve tell his parents to shut the locks for 2 months, the scene goes on where they ask them to at least stay for dinner. Here, we see Calvin telling Adam a joke, Eve helping out in the kitchen, Adam getting a brief explanation about human reproduction and Eve telling Helen that she's from Pasadena.
I See the Sun
Written by Tommy Henriksen
Performed by Tommy Henriksen
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If there was an Oscar for "best little comedy"...
..."Blast" would have likely won. It boasts excellence in all aspects of the film from story to casting to acting to sets to costumes, music, etc. This tight, creative, unpretentious, and lightly romantic comedy romp between a hip "new millennium" chick and an old fashioned stuck-in-a-fallout-shelter-for-35-years guy is a breath of fresh Hollywood air deserving of it's critical acclaim.
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