Refusing to believe her story about cave-dwelling monsters, the sole survivor of a spelunking exploration gone horribly wrong is forced to follow the authorities back into the caves where something awaits.
Michael J. Reynolds,
Jack & Jennifer take a private cruise with friends, such as Captain Richards and his wife Maggie. Manuel is a staff member who catches Jen's eye. Thanks to chain of events sparked off between a dispute concerning Jack and Manuel, a fire breaks out and the ship blows up and sinks. Jen and Mannuel seem to be the only survivors to wash up on an island...but before long Jack shows lying in a rock pool...and here's where the tale turns nasty Written by
This was her bid for serious consideration as a dramatic actress by Kelly Brook. Whilst not a good film, it is not as bad as might be expected. It is directed and acted in a professional manner but the script has some atrocious loopholes and at least one character disappears out of the film and is never seen or referred to again. Brook is cast as a female Robinson Crusoe shipwrecked on a barren island along with two other survivors one her husband and the other a seaman and potential lover. Naturally the two men fight over Kelly. There is also voodoo symbolism which is pointless and laid on with a trowel. Normally less is more where sex is a theme in a film, but "Three" would have benefited from more of Kelly's skin. One sex scene would have been more convincing if she had been totally topless. In another scene where she is striding in sand, she should have been nude. This film was a box office dud and probably fared better on DVD. Nevertheless one hopes that this will not be the end of Kelly's film career. It is doubtful if producers will ever beat a path to her door, but she could be well cast as a femme fa-tale in a Bond movie or a female Tarzan or given the current Olympic games as an athlete - in fact any role which emphasises her physical assets and her latent acting ability.
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