Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Miguel Ferrer, Leilani Sarelle, Henry Silva, Anthony John Denison, Tim Thomerson
Director: David Marconi
Genres: Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense
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... more »
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Wait for the Credits
kenmra150 | Colorado Springs, Colorado USA | 12/07/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"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."
A writer finds difficulty as his screenstory and life merge.
kenmra150 | 03/16/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"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."
Excellent surealistic thriller
ron vierra | oakland, ca United States | 08/14/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"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"
Decent little mystery,but not spectacular
falcon | canada | 03/02/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"i thought this was a decent little movie.it's about a writer who is sent
to Mexico for inspiration,to wrote the next big story,which will
hopefully be made into a movie.while in Mexico,he stumbles upon what he
believes is a black market ring for human organs.i didn't find this
movie overly exciting,but it did keep my interest.some of the scenes
stretch into implausibility and are not realistic.it's also pretty
predictable for the most part,if you're paying attention.the other
thing is,the movie is pretty low key.it's mot what i would call action
packed or exciting.still,it was an enjoyable diversion and I've sen
worse.for me,The Harvest is a 3/5"