He's hopelessly naïve, coddled for 35 years by loving and decidedly old-fashioned parents. She's wise beyond her years, the cynical product of a broken home and the MTV school of manners and mores. So in the topsy-turvy logic of romantic comedies, Adam
(Brendan Fraser) and Eve (Alicia Silverstone) are made for each other. Convinced that atomic devastation was imminent, Adam's parents (Christopher Walken, Sissy Spacek) took to their deluxe bomb shelter (all the comforts of home, from Dr. Pepper to Perry Como!) at the height of the Cuban Missile
Crisis, when suburban Southern California was still a haven of neatly trimmed lawns and polite, well-scrubbed children. Thi...