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Into the Night (1985)

  • Comedy Thriller
  • Ed Okin used to have a boring life. He used to have trouble getting to sleep. Then one night, he met Diana. Now, Ed's having trouble staying alive.

  • $11,400,000
  • Description

    Ed Okin's life is somewhat out of control. He can't sleep, his wife betrays him, and his job is dull. One night, he starts to drive through Los Angeles, and he finally ends in the parking garage of Los Angeles International Airport. Moments later, a beautiful young lady jumps onto his bonnet and he finds himself being chased by four Iranians. What follows is a wild chase through the streets of Los Angeles, and a very funny one too.

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    1 year ago

    This movie is a lighthearted romp! It is filled with laughs, some brilliant physical humor (who knew John Landis was a comic-action actor?), sudden surprises and a phenomenal cast.And, as a little teaser to make you rent the theatrical version, Michelle Pfeiffer's only known nude scene! TSK, TSK, where she hid those gems!Jeff Goldblum gives a deadpan performance that is perfect. It fits this movie, it fits his style, and at times it is just hilarious. Probably his best role ever.The amazingly diverse cast includes Dan Aykroyd, David Bowie, Jim Henson, Paul Bartel, Carl Perkins, Bruce McGill (as Elvis!), Irene Papas, Vera Miles, Richard Farnsworth, Kathryn Harrold, Jake Steinfeld (Body By Jake) and even Clu Gulager! WOW!But there's added richness for the film buff. Landis cast no fewer than 15 Hollywood directors in this film, plus himself! You can spot Lawrence Kasdan, Jonathan Demme, Paul Mazurski, Amy Heckerling, David Cronenberg, Roger Vadim, Jonathan Lynn, Jack Arnold, Don Siegel, Andrew Marton, Richard Franklin, Colin Higgins, Jonathan Kaufer and Carl Gottlieb.Director Daniel Petrie even plays the director of a film-within-the-film, with the assistant director of this film, David Sosna, playing the assistant director of that film. There are cinematographers, writers and make-up artists, too, including Rick Baker, the first make-up artist ever to win an Oscar for his craft.Too few people know about this sleeper. It's fast paced, funny and beautifully filmed. Rent it. You'll love it.

    1 year ago

    Poor Ed Okin, he is an insomniac! Ed lays in bed hoping for sleep, but it never comes. When a co-worker suggests the best cure for his problem is to take a trip to Las Vegas where the action is non-stop, then head back home the next morning. Ed, also finds out, in the worst way, his wife is cheating on him. When he decides to take his friend's advice, he goes to the airport, but he is the innocent witness of a murder in the parking lot.Ed who is trying to start his car, gets an unwelcome guest in the form of Diana, a beautiful young woman who was with the murder victim and wants to get away. Diana and Ed embark in an adventure of a lifetime that will take them in and out of situations that Ed didn't even imagine he would be involved in his life.John Landis' film could well be an homage to many people in the industry. During the length of the film we get to meet directors, writers, and cinematographers that put their own stamp on the different roles in the film. Some, like Paul Mazursky and Roger Vadim have key parts, and others like David Cronenberg, Don Siegel, Jonathan Demme, and the rest, are some of the famous faces within the context of the film.The best attitude to take with the film is just to go for a ride through Los Angeles at night with excellent company.Jeff Goldblum is perfect for Ed Okin. He underplays his part to give a somewhat goofy hero at the center of the action. Michelle Pfeifer, in a more intense fashion, is good as Diana, the woman who takes Ed on the adventure of his lifetime. Bruce McGill is hysterical as an Elvis imitator. Richard Farnsworth and Vera Miles appear as a wealthy couple named "Caper", should we say any more? David Bowie, Dan Aykroyd, Irene Pappas, and the rest of the cast contribute to make this a pleasure trip to watch.John Landis shows us his city in all its night splendor.

    1 year ago

    Somehow everything clicked in this film for me, and I just love it. I've mainly seen it quite a few times on TV, but also have rented it and prefer the uncensored version. (After all, Michelle Pfeiffer nude scenes are pretty rare!) I've read that this was a vehicle for numerous friends of the producers to appear in quick "cameos" (a la Hitchcock, not playing themselves and mostly just background), and I'm still trying to find where Steven Spielberg appears. But overall, it is just the perfect blend of mystery, adventure, comedy & tragedy, and satisfying ending, and all are right on. OK, it's no major classic, just some lightweight fun, but after almost 20 years (I'm writing this in 2004) I recall few other films that for me match this one for "Oh, that was a cool flick; I think I'll watch it again." If you missed this I highly recommend it, without reservation.


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