Blown Away

Blown Away (not to be confused with the Tommy Lee Jones film) is a movie I’ve been thinking about since my high school days.  The last time I saw it was right around 1993, and even back then I knew that any movie with Corey Feldman and Corey Haim was something that could be classified as classic – in a “so bad, it’s good” kind of way.  Add to the mix that the last time I saw Nicole Eggert, she was playing the older sister in “Charles in Charge”… wow, this would be one for the ages.  It centers around Megan (Eggert), a daughter of a rich resort owner, who’s mom dies on her 16th birthday.  Ever since her mom died, she turns to a wild life of parties and living her life on the edge.  Rich (Haim) is works at her father’s ski resort and saves Megan from a near death horse attack!  The moment Megan invites him to a party, he steps into the deep end of a pool that he might not be able to swim out of.

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