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  • The bomb shelter his dad builds is amazing because it looks just like their house on the surface (which actually had a plane crash into it)
  • I really love how the bomb shelter is underneath an old bar and, when they surface, the homeless people think they are God, the Son and the Mother
  • If you are looking for a nice romantic comedy for Valentine's Day, this is one you should consider

    • by Steve
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      Today was the first time in a couple of years that I’ve seen the movie Blast from the Past. And, you know what, it still is kind of a cute film.

      Brendan Fraser is extremely funny in this movie. He plays a man who is born in the 1960s in a bomb


      shelter because his parents believe World War III started. After 30 years underground, he has to go to the surface for supplies and meets up with a woman, Eve (Alicia Silverstone) who helps him adjust to the new world.

      There are quite a few funny moments in this movie. The bomb shelter ...


      • his dad builds is amazing because it looks just like their house on the surface (which actually had a plane crash into it). Watching his mom slowly become an alcoholic after years of isolation is a bit funny too.

        I really love how the bomb shelter is underneath an old bar and,

        when they surface, the homeless people think they are God, the Son and the Mother. That part is just too funny to describe.

        If you are looking for a nice romantic comedy for Valentine’s Day, this is one you should consider. There are just too many things about this movie you will find you love.




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