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Blast From the Past
Brendan Fraser and Alicia Silverstone




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Adam Webber (Fraser) was raised in a bomb shelter by his kooky parents (Walken and Spacek). Thirty-five years later, he enters the real world, where he meets Eve (Silverstone), an LA woman who teaches him lessons about modern life.

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Overview

Adam Webber (Fraser) was raised in a bomb shelter by his kooky parents (Walken and Spacek). Thirty-five years later, he enters the real world, where he meets Eve (Silverstone), an LA woman who teaches him lessons about modern life.

Main Cast & Crew

Hugh Wilson - Director
Brendan Fraser
Alicia Silverstone
Christopher Walken
Sissy Spacek
Dave Foley
Joey Slotnick
Dale Raoul
Scott Thomson
Deborah Kellner
Hayden Tank

 

Details

DVD Format
  • Format: DVD (New Box Art)
  • Run Time: 111
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 794043143908
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA) (brief language, sex and drug references)
  • Release Date: July 1999

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Movies > Comedies

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Reviews:
"...BLAST FROM THE PAST puts a fresh twist on the fish-out-of-water comedy..." - 03/??/1999 Sight and Sound, p.38-9


"...Wonderfully inventive....Walken and Spacek crackle..." - 03/05/1999 Entertainment Weekly, p.44


"...Much retro chic and visual wit to accompany the story's wildest notions..." - 02/12/1999 New York Times, p.E10


"...BLAST feels positively timely if not downright positive about the human race's ability to endure..." - 02/12/1999 USA Today, p.8E


"...Fraser is getting more assured and sophisticated about his innocence....He gives an engaging and endearing performance..." - 02/12/1999 Los Angeles Times, p.F10


"...A quirky comedy....It's a sophisticated and observant film....The movie is funny and entertaining..." - 02/12/1999 Chicago Sun-Times, p.27


"Amid the fish-out-of-water humor is a look back at an earlier era of American paranoia, one papered over with chipper pieces of pop culture such as I LOVE LUCY." - 04/18/2020 The Atlantic

 

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