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Turks & Caicos (2014)

Turks & Caicos is a TV movie starring Winona Ryder, Christopher Walken, and Bill Nighy. Worricker is a retired spy living in the Caribbean. He realizes he is in trouble when four "businessmen" show up. They look like mob bosses, but one actually works for the CIA. He gets help from two former MI5 colleagues back in London.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Melanie Fall
... Curtis Pelissier
... Johnny Worricker
Hansel Piper ... Aldous Helier
... Gary Bethwaite
... Frank Church
... Dido Parsons
Julie Hewlett ... Natalie Helier
... Margot Tyrrell
... Stirling Rogers
Sally Greenwood ... Singer
... Rollo Maverley
... Jim Carroll
... Colin Maitlis
... Clare Clovis


Johnny Worricker is hiding out from his work at MI5 on the tax-exile islands, Turks & Caicos. But an encounter with a CIA agent forces him into the company of some ambiguous American businessmen who claim to be on the islands for a conference on the global financial crisis. When one of them falls in the sea, then it's their financial PR who seems to know more than she's letting on. But will she help Johnny come to an understanding of what these men do and why they're here? Written by DemonMeister

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island | cia | mi5 | escrow | account | See All (37) »


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Release Date:

9 November 2014 (USA)  »

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Turks and Caicos  »

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2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


This is the second time Bill Nighy has played Johnny Worricker. The first was in 'Page Eight' opposite Rachel Weisz. He will conclude the trilogy in the film 'Salting the Battlefield'. See more »


Early in the film there is a scene with Worricker and Aldous eating lobsters, and towards the end there is a scene where Worricker collects a lobster from a local fisherman. The lobsters are not Caribbean lobsters, but the North Atlantic variety. See more »


[first lines]
Curtis Pelissier: OK, here we are.
Melanie Fall: Well, what a great evening. Thank you.
Curtis Pelissier: If you want, I could come in, pour you a drink.
Melanie Fall: Tell you the problem, I'm not thirsty. But I had a great time. Thank you.
Curtis Pelissier: Good night.
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Followed by Salting the Battlefield (2014) See more »


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Contrived, wordy, silly melodrama
8 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

The great cast is wasted on this poorly written, poorly directed movie. The background of the writer/director as a playwright is all too obvious in the amateurish direction and wordy way of telling the story.

The bad guys are no more than cartoon types, and the plot doesn't bear examination. I lost count of the times the plot made no sense or was plain unbelievable.

I don't want to get into spoiler territory so I can't elaborate. Suffice to say, at each plot point in the move, ask yourself what is the motivation of the actor to do this or that and does it make sense?

The methods used to achieve their ends by the various players are also woefully unsophisticated and reveal the writer's ignorance of current technology. It also adds to the lack of credibility of the story. If you are going to write about spies and skulduggery among the very rich, at least learn about the tools they would have at their disposal.

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