Blown Away

Synopsis: Jimmy Dove works for the bomb squad in Boston and he is always the one who is on the tough jobs. One day he decides to quit the force and to become a teacher for the rookies of the squad. A few days later his former partner is killed by a bomb and Jimmy becomes suspicious that maybe this bomb could have been built by a former friend of himself. He begins to investigate and finds out that his worst nightmare has returned from his past.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Stephen Hopkins
Production: MGM Home Entertainment
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
121 min

Hmm. The disk drive sounds funny.

Something's slowin' it down.

I could've told you that.

What are we gonna do?

Gotta get between your legs, Nancy.

Liam, help me.

How much time we got?

How many bytes?

Bytes. How many?


I don't want to die.

Nance, don't give up on me.

You're doin' great.

There it is.

This is gonna be a piece of cake.

What was that?

Tell me something.

You like red wine or white wine?

I don't give a sh*t!

Just do something!

Red. Me too.

- She loves me.

- Hurry! Now!

She loves me...

Fond of suicide, J.D.?

Could you maybe dispose

of the device, huh, guys?

- Go do your job.

- Yeah, yeah.

Great work, Jimmy.

Dumb, but great work.

Ladies and gentlemen,

the building is still not safe.

Ryan! Don't!

Come on, now.

Pump, ya bastard!

Pump! Pump! Pump!

- Who needs the damn bubbles anyhow?

- Hey, Max.

- Hey, Jimmy!

- Thanks for the beer.

Come by for a dip, did ya?

- Not with no bubbles.

- Screw it! Screw the damn bubbles!

All I need anyhow is some hot water

to soak my weary bones.

Believe me, they're weary.

Heard you had yourself a doozy

down at Cambridge today.


You should've taken my advice

and stayed on as a beat cop like I did.

A lot easier dodging bullets

than bombs.

When did you know

it was time to get out?

How'd I know it was time to get out?

I think I knew it was time...

as soon as I started asking myself

if I thought it was time.

You've been asking yourself

that question a lot, have ya?

It's time, friend.

You've done your penance.


Then why don't I feel absolved?

Don't know, Jimmy.

How come, huh?

Come on. No bubbles,

but the hot water'll do you good.

Hey, fella, drinks.

Come on.

- That's for you, my darlin'.

- Thank you.

That's for you, my dear.

Put it on my tab, Francis.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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