A stretched-out anecdote about a guy (Brendan Fraser) who’s spent the first 35 years of his life in a bomb shelter, this 1999 concept comedy demands that we see as coincidental if not ironic the ease with which he cuts a rug at a swing club when he’s hopelessly naive about everything else that’s being revived in the 90s when he emerges. As Fraser’s reluctant tour guide to life aboveground, Alicia Silverstone says she’s not interested in romance but agrees to help him restock the labyrinth his paranoid father and hard-drinking mother call home. Written by Bill Kelly and director Hugh Wilson; with Christopher Walken, Sissy Spacek, and Dave Foley. 111 min.