Fantasy Island Movie Review

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Fantasy Island Was Directed By Jeff Wadlow

and stars Lucy Hale, Maggie Q Michael Pina, Michael Rooker and quite a bit of other people and is a horror reimagining of the old television show Fantasy Island and this film follows a group of people who have won a contest that grants them access to Fantasy Island a place that allows them to live their deepest fantasies. Some of them want revenge on a childhood bully. Some of them have deep regrets about their past and they hope that they can fix it while they’re on this trip, but things get really dark one things to get really real for them. I feel like all I really have to say is that this is from the exact same writing and directing team and lead star of truth or dare. They got together and made another movie and it’s possibly worse Fantasy.

Island Is An Unintentionally Hilarious Excuse

for a horror movie that feels more like a whimsical comedy Most of the time you can see every scare coming from a mile away. It’s people backing up slowly the camera waiting for them to turn around, so they can pan to something that’s behind them. It’s the sound going out of the mix and you know what jump scare is about to happen and none of them are effective. It also has a lot of really cringe-worthy attempts at humor. You could hear a pin drop in my theatre, which was packed for Valentine’s Day by the way whenever someone tried to make a joke.

None Of It Worked Every Decision In This

movie. I outright hated. I saw this film with a friend of Mine and we often found ourselves looking at each other throughout the course of this movie. In complete shock this feels less than a first draft. I’m not exactly sure how this was greenlit.

Im Genuinely Mind-Boggled At The Dialogue.

Every scene is like somebody explaining their entire lives to you. It’s a constant series of twists and reveals and none of them are shocking and every time. One of them happens. The person has to turn around and basically look at the audience and explain everything to us like we’re blumin children with Drew all hanging out of our mouths.

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By The End Of This Movie, I

kind of felt like I was a child with drool hanging out of my mouth and I’m not going for hyperbole here I really mean it. This movie is like nothing but explaining like every single choice that’s made in the plot is just a long series of explanations as if we couldn’t figure things out on. our own? There is not an ounce of subtlety or mystery in this movie. The only thing left to imagination in this movie is how in the hell it got made in this state and how it attracted these actors. Michael Pena is woefully miscast as the evil Orchestrator of events on this island.

He Is Really Bad In The

movie. Everyone’s pretty bad in the movie. Maggie Q I would say is pretty much the only actor that comes out of this not looking pretty terrible She did an okay job, but her storyline is so pointless for most of the movie. Her storyline is about regret and she gets that opportunity again and spends a large portion of this movie just lounging around on a beach with a daughter. She she always wished she had and her new husband that she wished she had accepted that proposal back.

In The Day So Theyll Be Like

these really horrific sequences where Lucy Hales character is getting revenge on a childhood bully and then one of them wants to be a soldier. So he’s like often in a battle somewhere and then we just cut back to Maggie Q on a beach and the tone is so often so jarring that you never really feel like you’re watching a horror film or a fantasy movie or a comedy let’s talk about comedy. There’s these two characters who are like hyper Bros and they make constant seemingly never-ending pop-culture references. I was actually getting anxiety in the theatre. It was really bothering me like they find a panic room and he’s like whoa it’s like we’re in a Jodie Foster movie.

Then They Walk Into An Armory And See

a bunch of guns and he goes you Pika yes guys you don’t know okay. This movie made me sort of realize something about myself and maybe I always knew it. But I think I get more offended by the idea that someone has the opportunity to make some thing cool and just squanders it then your typical run-of-the-mill not so a great movie Fantasy. Island could be a really blumin cool movie and I think I get more mad when I see opportunities like that wasted handed to somebody whose last movie was truth or dare literally. The same team somehow failed upwards to make this which is somehow worse just on a bigger scale, so it’s even more embarrassing without spoiling.

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It also features one of the most nonsensical plot twists. I’ve seen that makes you question everything you’ve. Even though the movies obsessed with explaining all of its twists to you like it’s afraid you won’t understand even with all of that explaining baggage the twists still doesn’t make any Goddamn sense. Fantasy island is an embarrassment of a movie.

It Has Barely Anything Recommendable About It.

I hated it. I’m gonna get fantasy island and F I would strongly recommend seeing anything else besides this truly do not waste your time.

Summary

Fantasy Island was directed by Jeff Wadlow and stars Lucy Hale, Maggie Q Michael Pina, Michael Rooker and quite a bit of other people . The film follows a group of people who have won a contest that grants them access to Fantasy Island a place that allows them to live their deepest fantasies . It also has a lot of really cringe-worthy attempts at humor. The film is an unintentionally hilarious excuse for a horror movie that feels more like a whimsical comedy. It’s a constant series of twists and reveals and none of them are shocking and every time. I’m genuinely mind-boggled at the dialogue.& Every scene is like somebody explaining their entire lives to you.& I’m not exactly sure how this was greenlit. I saw this film with a friend of Mine and we often found ourselves looking at each other throughout the course of this movie.& In complete shock this feels less than a first draft. Incomplete shock this felt less than to a first…. Click here to read more and watch the full video