"Night Shift" - The world of Wall Street drove Charles Lumley III up the wall. His new job at the New York City Morgue is much quieter - until Billy "Blaze" Blazejowski arrives one night. An idea man with more solutions than there are problems. Billy has a cool idea on how to liven things up. Directed by Ron Howard ("Splash," "Cocoon"), "Night Shift" is a breakneck comedy rife with ideas, mostly hysterical. Henry Winkler ("Happy Days") is a low-key Lumley in a delightfully offbeat performance. "Cheers" alumna Shelley Long also scores in a role light years from prim barmaid Diane. But the casting triumph is Michael Keaton in his movie debut as Billy Blaze, launching a rich career ranging from "Beetlejuice" to "Batman" to "Jackie Brown." Is this a great country or what.
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