Pfeiffer is wasted in this Landis misfire
Into The Night (1985) is an American comedy thriller motion picture directed by John Landis, and starring Jeff Goldblum and Michelle Pfeiffer. The film is notable for a large number of cameo appearances made by various filmmakers and directors, including Landis himself. The soundtrack features the songs 'In the Midnight Hour' and 'Lucille', performed by blues guitarist B.B. King. While the picture was being filmed, Landis was still caught up in the controversy surrounding his previous release, Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983), during the filming of which a helicopter accident led to the deaths of Vic Morrow and two child actors.
Upon discovering that his wife is having an affair, depressed insomniac Ed Okin (Jeff Goldblum) drives to the airport on Herb's suggestion (Dan Aykroyd), where he is surprised by a beautiful jewel smuggler, Diana (Michelle Pfeiffer), who lands on his car and begs him to drive her away from four Iranians who are chasing her. She persuades him to drive her to...