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Canada · 2019
Rated PG-13 · 1h 22m
Director Rob Grant
Starring Munro Chambers, Emily Tyra, Chris Gray, Brett Gelman
Genre Comedy, Horror, Thriller

Jonah, Richard, and Sasha are three best friends experiencing tension in their friendship. They decide to go on a yacht trip together, and all seems well until the yacht becomes stranded in the middle of the ocean. As the days stretch on and death seems inevitable, their terrifying truths float to the surface.

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75 by Christy Lemire

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.


The Hollywood Reporter by John DeFore

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.


Los Angeles Times by Noel Murray

Some of the stylistic fillips feel excessive, and at the end of the day, this is just a tawdry, gory B-picture, with little to say about human behavior. But it’s often funny and generally suspenseful — a fine afternoon on the water, all things considered.


Original-Cin by Thom Ernst

A good script can sometimes be held hostage by the performances. Harpoon relies heavily on the strength of its three leads to carry not only the film's suspense but also the characters’ internal hypocrisy. The leads here do not let the script down.

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