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Actors: Corey Haim, Nicole Eggert, Corey Feldman, Jean LeClerc, Kathleen Robertson
Director: Brenton Spencer
Genres: Action & Adventure, Indie & Art House, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
COREY HAIM (The Lost Boys), COREY FELDMAN (Gremlins) and NICOLE EGGERT (television's "Baywatch") star in this erotic thriller about young love gone dangerously wrong. Rich (COREY HAIM) works as an activities director at a... more »
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Callie K. (ballofglitter) from GRAND ISLAND, NE
Reviewed on 8/29/2014...
Not bad of a movie at all. Nothing really special it's just like any other murder mysteries but it was still good to watch. I think it's my favorite character Corey Haim has played.
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Best B Movie of All-Time
S. Wilson | NYC | 06/17/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
""Blown Away" is one of the funniest (not intentional) and sexiest (very intentional) B-movies ever made. In what other film can you find Cory Feldam pulling wicked 80's dance moves and 90 seconds later see Nicole Eggert (looking her absolute best) fully de-robing. Nicole engages in no less than five 'scenes' in this film. Whoah. GOOD NEWS RE: 93 v. 91 MINUTE RUNTIME: This DVD ordered from Amazon is the full, uncut 93 minute version of the film. I have seen the VHS version which is missing ~2 minutes of Nicole. That was a huge disappointment. And while the DVD case itself says the running time is 91 minutes, don't let that fool you: this movie is in its original and perfect wholeness."
Brett Johnson | 03/15/2002
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Let's get this straight right from the start. The only reason to see "Blown Away" is if you desperately want to see Nicole Eggert or Corey Haim nude. If that is the case, I would highly recommend that you find a copy of the unrated version. With that out of the way, I can tell you that this "thriller" is utterly ridiculous.Nicole Eggert plays an unhappy teenager named Megan. She has a nasty habit of blowing up people she doesn't like. That even includes her family. Somehow, Megan has got her hands on several bombs with those nifty little digital readouts on them. Here's the best part though. These aren't your regular run-of-the-mill bombs. Nope. These are special ones which explode so completely that there isn't a trace of them left after they blow up. And all this time I had thought that only guns and drugs were easily attainable in our school system. I guess untraceable explosive devices can be purchased as well.If you want to see how silly this movie is, you only have to watch the first couple of minutes. "Blown Away" starts off by showing Megan's mom driving her car down the road. A bomb is attached to the bottom of her vehicle and KABOOM! it goes off. Unfortunately, the explosion is a minor one and simply causes flames to shoot out of the back of her car. Fortunately, she loses control of her car and plows into two gas pumps which are conveniently located directly in front of her. No...I am not kidding. The movie continues in this amateurish fashion and the "surprise" ending is only a surprise if you have never seen a thriller before in your entire life."Blown Away" was the fourth movie to star Corey Haim and Corey Feldman together. While films such as "The Lost Boys" and "License To Drive" used them well together, this movie uses their pairing simply as a gimmick. Kathleen Robertson ("90210") has a relatively minor role and her presence is completely wasted. Stay away from this one unless your desire to see Nicole, Corey, or Corey (yes...even Feldman is briefly in the buff) sans clothes."
Corey Haim and Nicole Eggert heat up in this erotic thriller
Formula275@aol.com | Florida | 12/24/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Corey haim plays Rich Gardner, a 21 year old kid who is the activities head at a local resort. He and his older brother Wes(Corey Feldman) get bored one night and go to a party at the Bower mansion were he runs into Megan Bower, played by Nicole Eggert. The two really hit it off and there relationship gets really heated, especially in the unrated version. But little does Rich know, Megan has plans of her own to frame him for the murder of her father. A good movie, especially due to Nicole Eggert. If you liked Basic Instinct, you will definitely like Blown Away."