Blumhouse's Fantasy Island

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48% Audience Score48%
  • 0.5 of 5 stars
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    What an extremely, absolute, horrible, disappointing, waste of time. Just a bad bad bad movie
  • 3 of 5 stars
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    I wanted to like it more. Cool scenes and story though
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    Absolutely loved it!! Great acting and storyline everything was awesome.
  • 3 of 5 stars
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    Another one that's getting way too much flack. Yes it's another lame cash-grab from Blumhouse, but it's not trainwreck people are making it out to be. I can understand how frustrating it can be to have a property you love soo grossly misrepresented though. It's got a decent premise, even if it's basically just another monkey's paw adaptation. I can think of much worse ways to spend your time. Don't look for any scares here though.
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    Doo Doo Caca pee pee poo poo
  • 2 of 5 stars
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    Forgettable. This could've been a decent flick but storyline ideas werent obviously explored and it ended up being pretty lame.
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    Convoluted plot. Bad acting. Lame waste of time. Don’t bother with this one.
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    Pretty bad all around
  • 3 of 5 stars
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    Fantasy Island (3 out of 5 stars). Fantasy Island is a fair supernatural horror film that does lack scares and thrills but does have a decent concept. A concept where people can go to an island and they can have there fantasies fulfilled. Fantasies like redoing a choice during marriage proposal. Or being a hero in the military. Or torturing your bully. Or having a party with a bunch of models. The plot is about several strangers going to an island. After winning a selection of being picked. They meet Mr. Roark (Michael Pena) who is there host. He shows them the rules. And guides them to their fantasies. Except, there is more to these strangers and fantasies which they will soon discover. The plot was decent. I never saw the original series. I am not sure if it is close to the source material. Besides Mr. Roark is a host to a mysterious island where things come true. The concept was pretty neat that the film has several characters with a connection of some kind in the past. Which does have a twist. The film is fast paced moving with some nice decent thrills. But it does lack scares if it was trying for that. The cast ensemble is okay. Lucy Hale was okay playing a character that wants to get back at her bully. Maggie Q playing a character that wants a redo of her choices. Austin Stowell playing an ex officer wants to experience being a soldier. Jimmie O. Yang and Ryan Hansen playing step brothers who want to have a time of there life. Michael Rooker has a nice small role playing a character that's been on the island long enough. And Michael Pena does seem out of place with the character. But he was decent with the role. The movie did have a stupid direction in making characters making dumb choices or logic. One character running out of a burning building. Passes by a person stuck in a room which she yells she would get help. But once she was already out and no one helped. She runs back in. Would have been a lot faster if she tried helping opening the door to that person. There were plenty of other dumb logic and choices. Which does make this a forgettable thriller.
  • 2.5 of 5 stars
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    While it’s not as awful as deluded critics say it certainly isn’t a good film. It’s a watchable ridiculous dark adventure that starts out with decent potential and completely unravels in the long drawn out ending.