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Crime Drama Prodigal Son-Part One Review (Trinidad and Tobago)

In the community of Laventille, Trinidad and Tobago a group of men rob a driver and shoot him dead. While this may sound like a news story it is a scene from the 2018 crime drama short film  307 more words

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Revisiting Ninja Scroll at 25 in 5 Slices

Can you believe it has been 25 years since iconic anime film Ninja Scroll was released? Feel old folks. Feel very old.

Written and directed by Yoshiaki Harajiri (Wicked City, Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust) the film is set in feudal Japan and features wandering swordsman Jubei, female ninja Kagero and shady government spy Dakuan as they battle a team of ninjas with supernatural powers called the Eight Devils of Kimon. 595 more words

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Incredibles 2 is Fun for All: Spoiler Free Review in 3 Slices

So everybody and their mother and their mother’s mother have been saying how fantastic Incredibles 2 was and how it was worth the 14-year wait between films. 611 more words

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Paul Pryce's The Deliverer looks powerful (Trinidad and Tobago)

So I have not done a trailer review in a real long time but I had to do one for The Deliverer. The crime drama is set in Trinidad and Tobago and is penned by and stars TT-born, New York City-based actor/writer Paul Pryce (TV series Marvel’s Jessica Jones and Unforgettable). 246 more words

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Musical comedy Trapped in an Elevator (Barbados)

Trapped in an Elevator may sound like a video sequel to R. Kelly’s Trapped in the Closet, but it is actually a musical comedy drama short from Barbados. 266 more words

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Moving Parts review in 3 Slices (Trinidad and Tobago)

According to the International Labour Organisation in 2016 an estimated 40 million people were victims of modern slavery, also known as human trafficking. This vile trade can be found around the world, from large nations like the UK to small countries like Trinidad and Tobago, my home. 472 more words

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Bim: Best TT film few have ever seen

Ask most Jamaicans what their best local movie is and they would say the 1972 crime film The Harder They Come. Ask most Trinidadians the same question and you would get a variety of answers or some conspicuous head scratching. 376 more words

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