- 1h 47m
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When down-on-his-luck financial planner Chuck Lumley (Henry Winkler), fast-talking loser with a million get-rich-quick schemes Bill Blazejowski (Michael Keaton) and prostitute in need of a pimp Belinda Keaton (Shelley Long) meet at the New York City morgue, nothing will ever be the same on the Night Shift. Now, as odd a group as the trio may be, their talents combine perfectly to transform a warehouse for the dead into the liveliest place in the City as the three go into business as "Love Brokers."
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Night Shift bristles with pitch-perfect laughs thanks to Ron Howard's snappy direction and a side-splitting turn from Michael Keaton.
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.
October 22, 2018
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- Release Date:July 30, 1982
- Audio Format:Stereo
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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