The Long Kiss Goodnight

Samantha (Geena Davis) rescues her daughter from her imprisonment. They are apparently stranded on the bridge with the semi-truck that has a bomb installed in it because the police won't intervene and Timothy (Mitch Bierko) fires upon her and her daughter on the bridge. Samantha kills Timothy even though only 1 minute remains on the bomb. Out of nowhere, a seemingly dead Mitch (Samuel L. Jackson) drives onto the bridge, picks them up and escapes as the bomb explodes, annhilating everyone in sight. The car escapes on the last fringes of the explosion. Samantha lives a quiet country life, while Mitch appears on Larry King Live; baffling his family that abandoned him (passing him off as a failure).

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Samantha: You thinking what I'm thinking?
Hennessey: I hope not, coz I'm thinking about how much my balls hurt.



In the final battle scene between Geena Davis and Craig Beirko, Beirko's character slashes Davis' character across the stomach (upper right hand side). In the next shot, the wound is located on the lower left side and in a subsequent shot, the wound has multiplied to become two wounds: one in the upper right hand side and a second in the lower left hand side.



Scriptwriter Shane Black is a huge believer in recycling. Check out how much the moment when Jackson is captured by Bierko resembles Rigg's capture by McAllister in "Lethal Weapon". Black's 3 biggest movies - "Lethal Weapon", "The Last Boy Scout" and "The Long Kiss Goodnight" all involve a major character's daughter being kidnapped (to say nothing of all beginning with an "L").