The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Winkler is perfect as the redeemed nerd, and Keaton is a super find, bristling with raw energy. Director Ron Howard sometimes takes the easy route to a laugh, drawing from his wealth of sitcom experience, but he also pays attention to his characters.
Still, Howard's assured style and instinct for comedy keep "Night Shift" light and breezy for most of the time.
Night Shift makes it apparent that Howard acquired an enormous amount of savvy about comic staging and acting during those 20 years or so on the tube.
This is a halfway funny movie, one that's got loads of good gags in its first half and nothing but trouble in its second.
This isn't as snappily directed or as caustically conceived as the subsequent Risky Business, which has a similar theme, but it's arguably just as sexy and almost as funny.
Prostitution, nudity, violence in dated '80s comedy.
Ron Howard's first bona fide hit...
Oft fun comedy noted for its boost to Michael Keaton's career; early Ron Howard direction.
Winkler turns in the best performance of his career, and Keaton is wonderful.
'Love brokers!' Still Michael Keaton's best role.
This early Ron Howard comedy has no shortage of laugh-out-loud moments thanks to Michael Keaton's unforgettable screen debut as manic wildman Bill Blazejowski.
Picture Risky Business in a morgue. Night Shift is funny and has the best message, everyone is their own pimp.
A very funny movie with an interesting cast, I really liked it.
I watched this one tons as a kid. This movie also introduced us to Micheal Keaton and made him a star.
Good-natured comedy as well as Henry Winkler and director Ron Howard reteam again since TV's Happy Days.
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