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Rockers (Blu-Ray)

Burning Spear , Gregory Isaacs , Ted Bafaloukos    NR (Not Rated)   Blu-ray

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4.0 out of 5 stars ROCKing Sort of... July 1 2009
By Kirk Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
First of all I have to say I love this movie for many reasons. One of which is for the fact that Horsemouth is an awesome drummer and he had an aspiration to make a movie in his lifetime and made it happen. AWESOME! A low budget film, but it makes it so perfect! The music selections make this flick totally worth buying!

So my discrepancy, unlike the DVD version of "Rockers," the blu-ray version only has the film, chapter selections, and audio selections. The DVD has a menu on terms used by Rastafarians and a menu where you can listen to most of the tracks on the movie. Granted the menu on Rastafarian terms is kind of lame, it at least has more on it than the blu-ray version. Why did Blu-ray come out if they aren't going to use everything it is capable of? It can hold more information and at higher resolution. So why aren't these menus and MORE on this DVD? Well, I have no clue. But I would suggest you buy the DVD version cause you'll get more out of your dollar. This blu-ray version really disappointed me! Not worth the price!
5.0 out of 5 stars One of our favorites. Sept. 10 2012
By MauraAnne - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
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.
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Reggae Classic. April 20 2010
By Marc Shupe - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Rockers, the movie that starred great artists in the soundtrack and a few known reggae artists in the Movie. About a young man who gets pay back. Even though the transfer of the film was not all that. You should own this piece of Reggae Jamaican Film History.
4.0 out of 5 stars classic Dec 19 2009
By Tere Mateora Ngarua - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
The dreadlocks, the 'erb, the reggae greats and the music made this out to be a most enjoyable movie. The plot is simple yet effective and the characters believable and real but the music just tops it all off. Good clean transfer onto blu-ray format with nice audio. I buy disks purely for the movie so i have no comments on the extras but you will not be disappointed with the quality of this movie finally on blu-ray. Good value and a must for collectors and reggae music lovers.
5.0 out of 5 stars Not exactly getting even, just giving some back to the people Sept. 12 2009
By Gerundive - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Poor people get ripped off every day, and nothing is ever done about it. This low-budget film from the early eighties portrays a handful of Reggae studio musicians who take on the local Kingston version of organized crime who supplement their ill-gotten gains by stealing what little belongings the local poor folks have. The musicians decide they too can play that game, emptying the bad guy's warehouses full of stolen property and re-distributing it all by leaving refrigerators, microwaves, stereo systems, bikes, motorbikes, lazy-boy recliners, and what have you, along the streets of Trenchtown and Shantytown in sort of a "Christmas Morning" give away. After having seen the movie several times in theaters in the eighties, I jumped at the chance to own it when it was remastered for Blu-ray. The sound track alone makes this flick well worth owning. A fun movie that didn't cost a lot to make--don't expect any mind-blowing special effects, though--there aren't any.

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