The enigmatic Mr. Roarke makes the secret dreams of his lucky guests come true at a luxurious but remote tropical resort. But when the fantasies turn into nightmares, the guests have to solve the island's mystery in order to escape with their lives.
Melanie admits at the the end of the film all of her earlier actions were an act to get revenge, but in several of the scenes she was alone, panicking, and talking to herself about how to escape and survive. She also thought up an escape plan, which very nearly succeeded, by contacting a waiting plane in order to leave the island. None of this makes sense if she was only pretending the entire time.
Melanie was recording herself so she could use it later to manipulate Sloane, that's why she kept up the act the whole time. See more »
When the Columbia Pictures and Blumhouse Productions logos appear, a distorted version of the Fantasy Island (1977) theme music can be heard. The Columbia Pictures and Blumhouse Productions logo plays normally on the home video release. See more »
originally cut for PG-13 in theaters, an R-rated version was released on home video. It added in all of the cut content, including more bloody violence, and drug use. See more »
Written by Adele Roberts, Frankie Gamble, and Lewis Dodkins
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C'mon people, this is a good, fun little flick
Oscar worthy? No. But, if you're in the mood for a nice, fun comedy, action, thriller... it is A-OK. Has a couple of twists. Keeps you wondering where its going. If the plot gets a little sketchy here and there, have some more popcorn and give it a bit!
I enjoyed it more than many higher rated, more pumped movies I've seen lately! Grab ya a bucket, a nice beverage and have a little fun with this one!
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