Jamaican Film on the Rise w/Better Mus’ Come

THE highly anticipated Jamaican movie, Better Mus’ Come — a coming of age drama set in Jamaica’s turbulent 1970’s, against the backdrop of the Cold War — is scheduled to debut on local cinema screens on October 13.

This movie is a dramatic telling of the Green Bay Massacre, ghetto life and political deception of that time. The first major film written and directed by infamous Storm Saulter, and the producers indicate that it should provide social commentary about the 1970’s and the 2010 political atmosphere in Jamaica. Continue reading

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Legendary Jamaican Playwright Trevor Rhone Dies


Rhone… died of a heart attack yesterday.

I had the  opportunity to play the ‘busbwoy’ in Trevor Rhone’s play Smile Orange here in Los Angeles (directed by Jeffery Anderson Gunter) a couple years ago. It was a great opportunity and helped to get my name out in Hollywood as an upcoming actor. I was honored to be able to represent Jamaica through one of the greatest Jamaican plays ever written. Trevor helped to put Jamaican theater and film on the map by putting our country in front of the eyes of millions. Thank you Trevor you will be missed. Below is a clip of me (Jason Robinson) as the ‘busbwoy’, Jeffery Anderson Gunter as Ringo and Michael Ralph as Joe in the LA run of Smile Orange. The Jamaica Observer article on Trevor’s passing follows the clip…

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Jason Robinson’s Hilarious Cameo In Box Office Hit “500 Days of Summer”


the puma

If anything is guaranteed, there are always unannounced appearances at Rock Jamaica. This time we are proud to reveal RockJA’s “Best Kept Secret” within the comedic story line in one of this summers top box office smash films “500 Days Of Summer“… Our very own roaring Lion of the “Rock Jamaica” Empire Jason Robinson makes a hilarious cameo guest appearance as “The Puma” in this story of boy meets girl true-to-life  romantic comedy. This unexpected  movie magic appearance of Jason as “The Puma” delivers a surprise twist to this raved about film adding to it’s charming and inventively funny plot  that  teases audiences with it’s unconventional hide-and-seek uncommitted lovebird chronicle. Continue reading