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The Harvest

3.9 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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There's more than one way to rob a man and Charlie Pope imagined the worst. After waking up on an operating table with a kidney missing, he discovers a tropical underworld of black-market human organ sales. Now the butcher is back for Charlie's other kidney. Miguel Ferrer and Leilani Sarelle star with Henry Silva, Anthony John Denison and Harvey Fierstein in this shocking psycho thriller that gets under your skin.

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  • Actors: Miguel Ferrer, Leilani Sarelle, Henry Silva, Anthony John Denison, Tim Thomerson
  • Directors: David Marconi
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 26, 2004
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002VYOW2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,034 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Harvest" on IMDb

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By A Customer on December 7, 2001
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One of Miguel Ferrer's best roles, the movie is stunted only by the lack of supporting cast. The basic storyline is based upon an urban myth regarding the theft of body organs. Miguel is snared by a siren who in real life shares his last name (was this his wife in real life?), who is so appealing it is worth the price of the movie just to watch her. The escape scene near the end in the Volkswagon merits replay. The movie lacks a secondary plot, as Ferrer's torment as a failing playright suffers some tedium, but is redeemed in the credits. The Hitchcock influences are strong, with many single camera scenes, and tempo is well paced. One more strong character and this would have been a hit.
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A screenwriter travels to Central America to overcome a writer's block. He stumbles across a black market trading in human organs. As he probes deeper troubles begin to find him (this is not Romancing the Stone). While not normally perceived as a lead, Miguel Ferrer is excellent in this role. If you enjoy movies with several twists and a plot that baffles, sit back and enjoy this fast paced movie. All will be clear by the end.
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"The Harvest" is one of those movies that's so bad it's really good, a guilty pleasure, assuming you have an appreciation for middle of the night masterpieces on cable TV, and the kinds of things you might have gone to a drive in to see once upon a time. It really is a bit camp, and also just plain trashy and sincerely so. There are a number of fascinating trivia items. First of which is the house which Miguel Ferrer visits in Mexico is the "hotel" set built for the filming of "The Night Of The Iguana". Second, George Clooney appears briefly as a transvestite go-go dancer, in a cage, in a Mexican nightclub scene. Why? Miguel Ferrer is George Clooney's cousin, and he evidently did it as a goof for his cousin, back before Clooney had become "the sexiest man alive".
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One of the best suspense movies I have ever seen exceedingly fresh and unusual with some definite great twists and turns.Kept me on the edge of my seat suspenseful without being gory or some kind of horror story. Very good story telling
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The Harvest was released in 1992 and is about a screenwriter Charlie Pope (played by Miguel Ferrer) who goes to Mexico in the hope of curing his writer's block. He meets a beautiful woman, Natalie, but later he wakes up with a kidney missing. His kidney has gone into the human organs black-market. As he attempts to return the states, the people responsible want his other kidney.

I have never heard of this movie and the plot has been done to death, but there are several twists and turns that kept me interested. There's also a cameo by George Clooney.
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The Harvest, is a DVD I realized I wanted, I had the VHS movie for it, but VHS goes bad, and worse, see if you can find a player for a VHS tape in 5 to 7 years, so for all DVDs, & hard to find books I went to Amazon.
The lead in this movie is well known to the small screen enthusiasts for the many parts he has played in series, from bit parts to the Morgue Supervisor on the hit TV Series, "Bones".
Employed by a man who is a back breaker to work for, our hero goes to Mexico for a well earned vacation, he falls prey to a beautiful woman, alcohol, and perhaps a "roofie" or two, awakes to find a kidney missing, surgically removed. His investigation leads in circles until (you guessed it) the end, when he makes a frighting discovery which will shock you, and chill you to your core.
The copy I bought was used, as are nearly all the movies I buy, it arrived in showroom condition, and arrived early. I heartily recommend this movie title, and you'll find it first at Amazon.
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twists and turn abound in this mystery, I found the acting, the scenery, and the plot very fascinating, Miguel Ferrer has a big screen prescence that should be used more in movies and less on tv. i recommend highly
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I remember seeing this movie several years ago and liking it. I haven't seen it on the movie channels, and wanted to show it to some friends. This disk played just fine, and I deem it a good value.
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