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Slow Jam King (2004)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 18 July 2004 (USA)
Brought together by a carjacking, a motley multiracial trio head for an escapist roadtrip to Nashville, where they discover truth, fake perfume, and the dirty underbelly of the country music scene.


Steven E. Mallorca
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Credited cast:
Ron Domingo ... JoJo
Whitney Melton Whitney Melton ... Vance
D.K. Bowser D.K. Bowser ... Devaun
Rona Figueroa Rona Figueroa ... Rese
Beresford Bennett Beresford Bennett ... Buck Garvey
Kate Greer ... Tracy Fontaine
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Trish Balbert Trish Balbert ... Belle
Rick Bartow Rick Bartow ... Karaoke Host
Joel Bernardo Joel Bernardo ... Slow Jam balladeer #2
Adam Charity Adam Charity ... The Colonel
Christian Cruz Christian Cruz ... Slow Jam balladeer #3
Jesus A. Del Rosario Jr. Jesus A. Del Rosario Jr. ... Reverend
Pete Diamond Pete Diamond ... Young Van Rivers (photo)
Will Dickey Will Dickey ... Van River's sidekick
Alan Fessenden Alan Fessenden ... Davey Dave


JoJo, a Filipino-American, poseur gangsta-pimp, thinks he hears his call to the streets and carjacks Vance, a mysterious traveling perfume salesman who fancies cowboy hats. In tow is Devaun, JoJo's best friend, who tries desperately to protect Vance from JoJo, and JoJo from the law. But no one is safe from JoJo's impulses, as the motley trio hits the road to Nashville, and slowly succumb to an escapist adventure that takes them further away from JoJo's reality, but closer to Vance's reality. When JoJo discovers the truth about his reluctant road companion, the trip takes a turn that leads the three of them to truth, love, and the dirty underbelly of the Nashville country music scene. Written by Steve Mallorca

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Believe in yourself even when you don't.




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Writer-director Steven E. Mallorca also composed and performed much of the original music, including the Van Rivers country tunes, the '70s falsettos ballad from the opening credits, and several featured hip-hop tracks throughout the film. See more »

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There's nothing like a little s l o w j a m ...
12 June 2006 | by eatstrawSee all my reviews

Put "Eddie and the Cruisers", "Boyz n the Hood", and "Napoleon Dynamite" in a blender and you get Slow Jam King. Smooth...

An unlikely trio tries to find themselves as they travel together on a wild road trip to Nashville. Just hold on because you can't predict where they're going or who they'll meet next. Some parts had me ROTFL. The story lines are as diverse as the cast and it all blends together perfectly.

The screenplay is cleverly written and you'll be repeating many of the funny lines from the movie over and over. It's unlike anything I've ever seen before. There's something in it for everyone (and I mean EVERYONE). You won't want the journey to end. So enjoy the ride and take it in like a s l o w j a m

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18 July 2004 (USA) See more »

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Nashville, Tennessee, USA See more »


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$12,000 (estimated)
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Woo Art International See more »
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