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  • 18
  • Action, Crime
  • 1996
  • 120 mins

The Long Kiss Goodnight

The Long Kiss Goodnight

About

Director Harlin works on the commendable assumption that an action-thriller should be thrilling and full of action. In this jet-propelled vehicle for wife Davis, he and writer Black leave nothing to chance. Samantha is a seemingly contented homemaker, with a daughter and a large kitchen. She's lost all memory that she was formerly a professional undercover killer with knifely rather than wifely talents, which make her dangerous to know. She's aided by a downmarket private eye (Jackson) as she goes in search of the past and encounters some truly brutal types.

Cast & Connections

  • Actor: Samuel L Jackson, David Morse, Patrick Malahide, Brian Cox, Craig Bierko, Geena Davis
  • Director: Renny Harlin
  • Writer: Shane Black
  • Producer: Shane Black, Stephanie Austin, Renny Harlin
  • Photographer: Guillermo Navarro

In a nutshell

Hectic stuff with a spectacular finale.

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