"The Long Kiss Goodnight" is a 1996 action-thriller movie directed by Renny Harlin and written by Shane Black. The film stars Geena Davis as Samantha Caine, a suburban homemaker suffering from amnesia who discovers she was a highly trained CIA assassin before her memory loss. Samuel L. Jackson also stars as Mitch Henessey, a private detective hired to help Samantha piece together her past.
The plot revolves around Samantha's search for her true identity, as she tries to uncover the truth about her former life and the people who are trying to kill her. As she uncovers more and more about her past, Samantha realizes that she may have been involved in a government conspiracy, and her former employers may now want her dead.
The film received mixed reviews upon its release but has since gained a cult following for its over-the-top action scenes, witty banter between Davis and Jackson, and a memorable performance from Davis as the tough and resourceful Samantha.
Overall, "The Long Kiss Goodnight" is an entertaining and engaging action-thriller that has become a beloved classic among fans of the genre.