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The Crop (2004)

After the city began cracking down on drunk driving, the revenue of a strip club dropped. Blade, the owner of the club, decided to begin growing marijuana as a side hustle. But harvesting ... See full summary »


Scott Patterson


George Elliot




Cast overview, first billed only:
George Elliot George Elliot ... Blade
Holly Brisley ... Geraldine
Rhys Muldoon ... Wack
Kelly Butler Kelly Butler ... Jacki
Vincent Stone Vincent Stone ... Dago
Bruce Venables Bruce Venables ... Wally
Tahnee Stroet ... Tania
Rudi Baker Rudi Baker ... Billy
Sam O'Dell ... Danny
Kristy Wright ... Nancy
Tony Barry ... Senior
Geoffrey Rezek Geoffrey Rezek ... Yapper
Mitchell McGuire Mitchell McGuire ... Tom Carter
Rob Steele Rob Steele ... Malone
Mathew Halliday Mathew Halliday ... Jerry Carter


After the city began cracking down on drunk driving, the revenue of a strip club dropped. Blade, the owner of the club, decided to begin growing marijuana as a side hustle. But harvesting the crop will turn out to be far more difficult as it is targeted by everyone, from rabbits to cops. Written by mao_zv

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Some decisions in life are best forgotten. See more »









Release Date:

19 August 2004 (Australia) See more »

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Box Office


AUD4,000,000 (estimated)

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Company Credits

Production Co:

Miracle Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Featured in At the Movies: Episode #1.8 (2004) See more »

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2 hours of my life I wont get back
17 December 2006 | by fredo_auSee all my reviews

I saw this film last night on FTA TV and I must say the quality left me gob-smacked. So much so I had to comment here.

The Crop has to be one of the most inane films I have seen. It looked to me someone was trying to cash in on the success of The Nugget. The plot has more holes than a block of Swiss cheese.

The acting of the main character, Blade, was atrocious. He was unlikeable and I wasn't sure what to make of him. In the early part of the film you see him looking at some blokes smoking pot in disgust, throwing some tokers out of his 'strip club' and the next thing he wants to grow dope. He looks like a middle aged 'fat cat' in the corporate world and certainly not an underground figure and a supposedly 'bad guy' at that.

I like Rhys Muldoon but his talents were certainly wasted in this. Holly Brisley has since scored a gig in Home and Away and I must say she must've put this film on her credits. Not inspiring at all.

Anyway i cannot comment much on the plot as there basically wasn't one and it seemed to me they must of filmed one shot and then decided what to do next. Im not sure what genre this should be in, but to classify it as comedy is a stretch. There was not one funny line in it. Not even a throw away. If the makers thought that Rhys Muldoons screen girlfriend would bring a laugh, they should retire now. She had to play one of the most annoying characters I have seen. Total p!ss poor effort.

I'm sure I will see worse but to me this was utter tripe.

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