my Movie

Movie Details

Title:   Night Shift
Director:   Ron Howard
Year:   1982
Genre:   Comedy
Times Seen:   1
Last Seen:   01.12.15

Other Movies Seen By This Director (10)
- Angels & Demons
- Apollo 13
- Cinderella Man
- The Da Vinci Code
- Edtv
- Frost/Nixon
- Grand Theft Auto
- Inferno
- Made in America
- Rush

Notes History
Date Viewed Venue Note
01.12.15Internet An early Ron Howard that's always slipped through the cracks for me. I guess this one stands out as Michael Keaton's break-out role as well as maybe Henry Winkler playing against type (he was still actively playing the Fonzie role in 82 right?) but for me it's mostly cool because of more location photography around Times Square in the heyday of its sleaze era. That and pre-Cheers Shelley Long as a prostitute. She doesn't do nudity or anything (ok she's in panties for one scene) but stands out to me as a real actress along with Winkler and Keaton. This is maybe one of those movies that was probably funny when it came out. It didn't hold much humor for me but I did enjoy the story, the scenery, and the performances. It kind of makes me want to work at the city morgue... except without all that pimping.
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