Watch: Boris and the Bomb 2019 123movies, Full Movie Online – 30 years ago KGB agent Boris Ivanov (J. Anthony McCarthy) was primed to honor “Mother Russia” in a blaze of glory by setting off a nuclear bomb in London. In love with his best friend’s wife, Boris finds himself unable to set off the blast that would kill her and her young daughter, Maya. Instead, he kills his best friend , Sammi Reddi (Faran Tahir), and runs away with The Bomb. For 30 years Boris has hidden The Bomb from The Group, a nefarious organization bent on world domination, by laying low, eating corn dogs and seeking redemption playing a hero with the T.A.K.A. unit. Now, The Group is closing in, the FBI is on the hunt, Maya has learned the truth and The Bomb is counting down. The chase is on as Boris finds his only recourse is a Uber driver named Jimmy..
Plot: What happens when a washed up KGB agent, who has defected to the United States, gets into the back seat of an Uber with a Nuclear Bomb he has to disarm in 48 hours?
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FUN FUN FUN!!!!!!
“Boris and the Bomb” is a fun, “do-it-yourself” style of filmmaking that must be seen to be believed!!!
J. Anthony McCarthy shines as the boisterous, lovable “Boris” in this comedic, apocalyptic tale of triumph!!!
A fun comedic action pack film.
Boris and the Bomb was indeed a fun comedic action pack film. Director David P. Kronmiller did a fantastic job. Boris, who has a bomb (lol), takes us on a ride through out the film overcoming various obstacles in his quest to defuse the bomb. All of the actors did a great job. The fight scenes were believable and the music and editing were on point. Sit back relax and enjoy the ride.
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Genre Action, Comedy
Director David Kronmiller
Writer David Kronmiller, Jennifer Emily McLean
Actors Molly Hagan, T.J. Storm, Parisa Fakhri
Country United States
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