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Survival Island (2005)

Three (original title)
TV-MA | | Adventure, Drama, Horror | 5 May 2006 (UK)
Three people - a rich couple and a crew member - are shipwrecked on a tropical island, and their subsequent fight for survival becomes even tougher when they begin to turn on each other.



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Cast overview:
Todd Collins ...
Gary Brockette ...
Captain Richards (as Gary 'Tex' Brockette)
Isabelle Constantini ...
Maggie Richards (as Isabelle Costantini)
Roy Rivera ...
Summer Davis ...
Island Girl 1
Keera Ann Davis ...
Island Girl 2
Kennedy Rolle ...
Myesha Pinder ...
Lashandra Burrows ...
Stephen LiGambi ...


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 ????

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$9,000,000 (estimated)
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This is the third film where Billy Zane is on a sinking ship and becomes involved in a love triangle following Dead Calm (1989) and Titanic (1997). See more »


At the very beginning while the credits are still rolling, Jennifer washes up on the island but is still laying in the water face-down. You can see her white bikini bottom at this time. When the scene cuts to her getting up on her hands and knees, her green skirt is covering her bikini - even though the last wave had just pushed her skirt even higher toward her waist. See more »


References The Simpsons (1989) See more »

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Entertaining trash.
23 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

When I imagine being shipwrecked on a remote island, with nothing to eat except for what I can catch in the sea, the sun beating down, and only the rags I was washed up in to wear for the foreseeable future, it's not an appealing prospect. When I imagine the same situation, only in the company of busty Brit babe Kelly Brook, whose entire wardrobe consists of a tiny white bikini and a green chiffon scarf, being so far away from civilisation suddenly seems much more bearable…

In Three (AKA Survival Island), boat-hand Manuel (Juan Pablo Di Pace) finds himself stranded on a deserted island with Jennifer (played by voluptuous Brook) after a fire on a chartered yacht forces them overboard. Manuel takes a liking to Jennifer ('cos, you know, he's not blind, or gay) but he's barely had time to acquaint himself with the lovely lady before another survivor is washed up on the island: Jennifer's husband Jack (Billy Zane), who's none too happy at seeing Manuel eyeing up his tasty wife. Two's company and three's a crowd, as the saying goes, and pretty soon Jack and Manuel are at each other's throats, and with Jennifer eventually succumbing to Manuel's charms, it ain't going to end well.

There's no two ways about it, Three is utter trash. But it's entertaining trash. Kelly Brook can't act to save her life but she's got a killer set of curves, and with the gorgeous gal strutting around in her swimsuit, occasionally taking it off for a swim or to have sex in the surf, I was never bored. Zane overacts for all he's worth, but he doesn't care—he was too busy hooking up with Brook in real life to care about giving a decent performance. Juan Pablo Di Pace is forgettable as the Latino hunk, but he serves a purpose: he's there to for the ladies to lust over while the guys are drooling over Ms. Brook's bod.

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