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Nov 11, 2019

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  • Official Trailer
  • Teaser Trailer

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

With his perfect family and perfect upbringing, Richard (Christopher Gray) appears to have it all. So when he thinks that his long-term girlfriend, Sasha (Emily Tyra), and best-friend, Jonah (Munro Chambers), are having an affair, it sends him into a fit of rage that leaves Jonah a bloody mess. Once Jonah and Sasha convince Richard the allegations are false, Richard tries to buy back their trust by taking them out for a day-trip on his family's yacht.Tension boils-over once out to sea, and, to make matters worse, the yacht's engine fails. Stranded without food and supplies, the trio must set aside their differences in order to survive. One part post-modern Edgar Allan Poe adaptation, one part Knife in the Water with the cast of Seinfeld, Harpoon is a wickedly humorous and bloody deconstruction of friendship and love.

Cast

  • Munro Chambers
  • Emily Tyra
  • Christopher Gray

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Trivia

  • The interiors were shot in Calgary, Alberta in the middle of winter with below-freezing temperatures. The exteriors were shot in San Pedro, Belize.
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Metacritic

63
Oct 10, 2019

Listen carefully, and you can almost hear the enjoyably comic and nasty tone Harpoon was likely going for – before it drowned in a flood of unwatchable idiots.

Metacritic review by Barry Hertz
Barry Hertz
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
60
Oct 4, 2019

It's also — for better and worse — never quite as grim as its grisly, sometimes gag-inducing action might suggest. Falling in between outright psychological combat and black comedy, Harpoon might flounder a bit without Gelman's ironic tone.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
75
Oct 4, 2019

You may realize there’s not much to Harpoon as it sails off into the sunset, but that’s OK. This is one of those movies where the journey truly is the destination.

Metacritic review by Christy Lemire
Christy Lemire
RogerEbert.com