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The plot of this movie differs a little from the other two Blue Lagoon movies, in the fact that they are not stranded as little kids, and grow up on the island. Emma and Dean are high school teens who get stranded on the island after a boat party mishap. After that, you can easily guess the rest. The acting is very good, and there are some beautiful shots of scenery. I also like the fact that we see the friends and families of the stranded kids, searching and worrying back on the mainland. The movie focuses on these characters as well as the island teens, and that makes for a better storyline than the first two movies, in which all film time was spent on the island. This is a better TV movie than many I've seen. It's definitely not Oscar material, but you won't regret seeing it. 8/10
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