Into the Night

Into the Night

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Into the Night 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Understatement, overstatement, originality and cliche. Jeff Goldblum plays Ed Okin so cool you wonder if he's alive at all. But that's the point. He's an insomniac who sleepwalks through his boring life until he gets dragged off "into the night" by trouble personified. Pfifer as Diana is a blonde's blonde, not to be trusted or understood and never to be believed, especially when she is telling the truth. The comic moments usually involve gunfire or knifeplay. You wind up worrying more about Ed finally getting some sleep than you do about whether the two of them get caught. Some of the situations are dated, but you'll get all of the references if you are over thirty. Behind it all is a wonderful B.B. King soundtrack setting the tone for each scene. Small parts by lots of well-known actors help to make you feel like you've really gotten you money's worth. Richard Farnsworth, Vera Miles, David Bowie, and several others keep popping up at odd times. And who is that losing a bundle in the backroom casino?
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jean Pelton -- the epitomy of a Bimbo -- should certainly expect big things in her future acting career. Enticing Peter Horton from Michelle Pfiffer the most noteworthy. Look who got the last laugh on that one. Peter Horton is peddling electronic cars and Michelle Pffifer (a true star in her own right) is married to the talented David E. Kelly.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a movie with alot of stars-some unexpected. A good visual transfer though my only complaint was that sometimes the audio was too low and I had to adjust it to a degree that I thought was too high just to hear the actors speaking.