Fantasy Island Movie Review

2.5 / 5.0

Fantasy Island is a horror thriller directed by Jeff Wadlow. Lucy Hale, Maggie Q, Portia Doubleday, Charlotte Mckinney, Michael Rooker, Michael Pena, Kim Coates, Jimmy O Yang, Ryan Hansen and Austin Stowell are in the cast. Jason Blum produced the film on a large scale in association with Jeff Wadlow.

Plot

Gwen, Melanie, Sonja, Patrick, Bradley and Brax are on a trip to a mysterious resort in Hawaii. Roarke is the manager of the resort. The resort promises its visitors to get an exciting experience. The posh resort is filled with some suspicious mystery. What happened to the inmates? Watch the film to know the rest.

Star Performance

Ryan Hansen and Jimmy O Yang had done a decent job. Maggie Q, Michael Pena, Portia Doubleday and Austin Stowell impressed the audience with their natural performances. Lucy Hale is good with her expressions.

Analysis

The script is not weak and at the same time, it is not unique and impressive. The director didn’t move the proceedings smoothly and left the audience in confusion. There are a lot of logical loopholes. The BGM is not sound and didn’t gel with the script.

What’s There?

  • The performances of the stars are okay
  • Script is okayish

What’s Not There?

  • Some logical loopholes irk the audience
  • The music should have been better

Verdict

Although there are some interesting elements in the film, the logical loopholes, put it in trouble.

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