Movie Review

End of the Harvest

Not Rated

Excellent!
Moviemaking Quality:

Primary Audience:
Teens Adults
Genre:
Christian, Drama
Length:
54 min.

Starring: Brad Heller, Lance Zitron, Blanche Tosh, Kevin Downes | Produced, Written and Directed by: Rich Christiano | Distributor: Christiano Film Group

Tension builds as a group of Christians prepares to meet the challenge of a campus philosophy club filled with atheists bent on humiliating them. One Christian is eager to share, but fails to prepare properly, is out of fellowship with God and is motivated by a desire for revenge, rather than love. A more mature believer knows the answers needed to defeat the skeptics, but is sadly hesitant to share his faith.

This compelling drama has the answers to eternal life and is very well done. It is a very interesting film and evangelistic. This well-produced drama shows young people (and adults) some important do’s and don’ts for defending their faith against skeptics.

Year of Release—1999

Viewer Comments

Positive—It helps to get through life today with great quality movies that are CHRIST centered.
My Ratings: [Excellent! / 5]
—Mark Sisco, age 30
Positive—What a marvelous and thought-provoking film this is! It’s intriguing and interesting and contains a good story with relevant conflict. The dialogue toward the end was centered solely on biblical reference. I liked the fact that the two main characters in this piece both had flaws that everyday Christians can relate to. At times, some of the dialogue could’ve been a little better, but overall this was a good film.
My Ratings: [Excellent! / 4½]
—S.A.M, age 35
Positive—This movie is great. It deals with a lot of issues that young Christians face as they try to spread the word. The facts and Biblical references really add up. It gets the mind thinking. I am just a bit curious if Bartel’s report is real or if it was made up to pass on the message in the movie. Anyway, it really makes sense. The time is not too far anymore. We cannot get complacent. There are lives to be saved and relationships with the Lord to develop. “The harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few. Pray to the Lord of the Harvest to send workers into the field.” Pray also to be one of the workers, before it’s too late… before the harvest comes to an end.
My Ratings: [Excellent! / 5]
—Worker 4 Christ, age 19
Comments from young people
Positive—It has been a while since I have seen “End of the Harvest” but still remember it as though I watched it yesterday! I think this is a wonderful movie for Christian teens to watch, because it is both interesting and it is the truth, don’" get me wrong I am a teenager 2 and I don’t just watch Christian movies, there is rarely one that I really enjoy, but this is one of them! David A.R. White is an excellent actor and loves the Lord with all his heart. Basically this story is about a dream that David’s character in the movie has and in the dream is a farmer harvesting his crops, the plot of this movie is basically him (David A.R. White) finding out and learning about what the dream he has been having means. I give this movie a 5 because I think it is really well depicted!
My Ratings: [Excellent! / 5]
—Jacqueline, age 15