Meet Adam Webber, born and raised in a bomb shelter with his mad scientist father and his sherry-swilling mother. Now, 35 years later, Adam is about to emerge into a bewildering new world, where he'll meet Eve, a modern LA woman. The result is an engaging romantic comedy.
As much a testament to the band as it is to the city of Sheffield, PULP weaves concert footage with interviews and dreamy staged sequences to paint a picture much larger, funnier, moving, and life-affirming than any music film of recent memory.
A pulp fiction novelist (Michael Caine) must solve the murder of the man whose autobiography he was hired to ghostwrite in Pulp (1972).
At a ruin on Malta, low-rent writer Mickey (Michael Caine) discovers that his contact for a secret ghost-writing gig is Nadia Cassini, and his subject is mobbed-up retired actor Gilbert (Mickey Rooney), fixer Dinuccio (Lionel Stander) their ride, in Mike Hodges' Pulp, 1972.
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When a man raised in a 1950s era bomb shelter emerges into the outside world for the first time--to find a nice non-mutant girl with whom to repopulate the earth--meets a savvy, cynical modern woman, sparks fly, opposites attract and the result is a wondrous chain reaction in this romantic comedy for the nuclear age--Blast from the Past. Adam's (Brendan Fraser "The Mummy," "The Mummy Returns") hapless search in the brave new world of homeless people, adult bookstores and all-night supermarkets leads him directly into Eve (Golden Globe-nominee Alicia Silverstone "Clueless," "Batman & Robin," TVs "Miss Match"). She's suspicious, smart about survival and uncertain of the possibilities of love. Her life has been a series of dead-end jobs, shallow boyfriends and dashed hopes. But the more Eve watches Adam approach the world with wide eyes, comic miscomprehension, joyous delight and a deliciously sweet innocence, the more she begins to find herself falling ... in love?
A man raised in a 1950s era bomb shelter emerges into the outside world for the first time to find a nice nonmutant girl to repopulate the earth-and meets a cynical modern woman.
When Calvin Webber panics during the Cuban Missile Crisis he locks himself and his pregnant wife in a bomb shelter. Thirty five years later, they send their now grown son to the surface for supplies. Naive Adam Webber finds love in modern day L.A.
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