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Blu-Ray edition of the classic cult Reggae film, released to coincide with the film's 30th anniversary. A riotous burst of energy and color, almost documentary in style, Rockers is a cameo-packed gutsy thriller of the dread-locked, ganja-smoking drummer Leroy 'Horsemouth' Wallace's attempts to succeed in the cut-throat Jamaican music biz which provides much insight, amusement and education. The cast reads like the ultimate Reggae Hall Of Fame, featuring some of the leading musicians and producers of the day: Peter Tosh, Gregory Isaacs, Lee Perry, Dennis Brown, Jacob Miller and Inner Circle, Bunny Wailer, Third World, Big Youth, The Heptones, Kiddus I, Robbie Shakespeare, Leroy Smart, Dillinger and the fantastic Burning Spear. The film captures Reggae at its musical apex with a vibrant and magnificent soundtrack now digitally re-mastered from the original 35mm film made in 1979. Witty and unpretentious, this Blu-Ray version even comes with a glossary of 'Rasta Patois'.
Great storyline, loveable characters and fantastic music - but have a Jamaican patois-English dictionary handy (to help with the captions).Published 5 months ago by Lee McNulty
Excellent movie.. but bad picture quality.. Go with the Blu-Ray version.. perfect pristine video & audio quality.. makes a HUGE difference.Published 9 months ago by Randon Blakeley
the musical/cinema verite equal of the better known THE HARDER THEY COME i like jamaican weed, but i would'nt like visiting inner city jamaica after veiwing this movie.Published 9 months ago by blubberingfatso
I don't like this cd because the songs had a very old style and did not go exactly with my expecations.Published 23 months ago by tadesegetahun
Even though this movie is available on Netflix, it is nice to be able to watch it whenever and wherever, even without an internet connection. The music in this movie is the best.Published on September 10, 2012 by MauraAnne
Very well crafted film with many historic bonus cameos of reggae singers & musicians, some of whom are not with us anymore. The story is finely woven and politically on target. Read morePublished on July 21, 2011 by S. L. P.
I first saw the film in 1983 ,when a friend showed it to me on VHS. I was instantly hooked ,and blown away at the amazing music and culture of Trenchtown. Read morePublished on September 25, 2010 by Kristen Sarubbe