Bombshell, a film produced by Molecular Films and Wynne/Pike Productions in 1996, is a heart-pounding, fast-paced sci-fi thriller that explores what happens when companies have complete control over people's lives. The movie follows scientist Buck Hogan (Henry Thomas), who works for a technologically advanced biomedical corporation. The company he works for has developed a cure for cancer, but Hogan discovers that there may be a potentially deadly side effect. When Hogan feels morally and ethically pulled to publicly express his apprehension about the cure, the company feels threatened and swiftly acts to silence him. In an effort to hamper Hogan's attempt to expose the organization, the company, against Hogan's will, removes his kidney and installs a chemical bomb into his body. Facing a 76-hour deadline, he then desperately races against the clock, along with the help of an assistant, to stop the implanted bomb and prevent the harmful cure from being released.