Let's Get Harry

  • 1987
  • Movie
  • R
  • Action, Adventure

Boasting a superb cast of supporting players, this routine action film is crippled by a lackluster script and a weak set of young leads. The story opens in Colombia as Harry Burk, Jr. (Harmon) and the American ambassador (Bruce Gray) are kidnapped by Colombian drug dealers seeking the release of some colleagues jailed in the US. Unfortunately for the hostages,...read more

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Boasting a superb cast of supporting players, this routine action film is crippled by a lackluster script and a weak set of young leads. The story opens in Colombia as Harry Burk, Jr. (Harmon) and the American ambassador (Bruce Gray) are kidnapped by Colombian drug dealers seeking the

release of some colleagues jailed in the US. Unfortunately for the hostages, the US government refuses to get involved. Frustrated, Harry's brother Corey (Michael Schoeffling), three of his buddies (Tom Wilson, Glen Frey, and Rick Rossovich), and a local car dealer with a taste for adventure

(Busey) hire a mercenary (Duvall) to "get Harry" themselves. While LET'S GET HARRY is a competent action film, it lacks the spark of creativity that would set it apart from other routine actioners. Only the performances of Duvall and Busey breathe life into this film, but their screen time is much

too brief.

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  • Released: 1987
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Boasting a superb cast of supporting players, this routine action film is crippled by a lackluster script and a weak set of young leads. The story opens in Colombia as Harry Burk, Jr. (Harmon) and the American ambassador (Bruce Gray) are kidnapped by Colom… (more)

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