Turks & Caicos (2014)

TV Movie   |  TV-PG   |    |  Action, Drama, Mystery

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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.



  • Helena Bonham Carter in Turks & Caicos (2014)
  • Helena Bonham Carter in Turks & Caicos (2014)
  • Christopher Walken in Turks & Caicos (2014)
  • Winona Ryder and Bill Nighy in Turks & Caicos (2014)
  • Christopher Walken in Turks & Caicos (2014)
  • Christopher Walken in Turks & Caicos (2014)

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1 April 2014 | Prismark10
| Following the money
When we last saw Johnny Worricker (Bill Nighy) he was standing at the airport wondering where to go next. He ended up in the Turks and Caicos, a Caribbean island not far from the coast of Florida and which seems to attract dicey businessmen with funny money.

Our renegade hero is soon clocked by Curtis Pelissier (Christopher Walken) who is CIA and is investigating a group of people who ripped off the US government during the war on terror. However one of the group, a loud mouthed right winger is murdered.

Into the mix arrives a smooth UK businessman who is good friends with the British Prime Minister and his assistant Margot Tyrrell (Helena Bonham Carter) who used to be a spy and close to Johnny.

Pelissier ropes in Johnny to snare these people which also includes a vulnerable hanger on Melanie Fall (Winona Ryder) but Johnny is unsure how far he can trust Pelissier.

With the sunshine in a Caribbean island and murder, I thought I was watching Death in Paradise for a moment! The locale and supremely fine acting makes this a really satisfying adventure. Because of the location shooting this zips along better than the others in the trilogy.

Walken and Ryder are the standouts here. Writer David Hare expressed his admiration of Walken the Shakespearean actor and here we see what he can do without a gun in his hand or pulling psycho faces. We know Pelissier is clever and astute but does he have his own agenda?

Ryder was a rising star of the 1990s but her career hit the skids by the end of the decade and it is only in the last few years she has become prominent again. This has been her best role for years where she balances vulnerability and strength. She has a good rapport with Bill Nighy.

Ralph Fiennes shows up briefly for just one scene but that is because this middle film sets Johnny up with unfinished business with the Prime Minister.

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