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Fantasy Island

Fantasy Island

2020
Comedy
Adventure
1h 49m
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Avg Percentile 16.21% from 293 total ratings

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Rated 15 Apr 2020
45
15th
The tome , the tome! Pass me the tome of PG boobs. Pretty lame movie, as lame as the thirtyish Epstein Island goofs I’m about to unleash:
Rated 08 Sep 2020
66
24th
Not as profoundly awful as the average person says, but it is quite lacking in most regards. I felt a bit let down by some of the turns, but Fantasy Island's most unforgivable sin is being overzealously derivative, trying to ape from so many sources that it just spins itself into a tangled aimless mess.
Rated 22 Sep 2020
1
2nd
Blumhouse continues to out do themselves. Fantasy Island derives from being purposely goofy, but not doing so in any way that is actually entertaining. Where as, some movies are actually entertaining by it's creative elements, screenplay, coherency, and direction...this movie has none of those things. It's good to know your audience, but it doesn't make it an excuse to make a lazy and purposely stupid movie that literally contradicts your whole movie's synopsis in itself. Simply bad.
Rated 24 Mar 2020
0
0th
Fantasy Island is truly an incredible piece of cinema. Toeing the line between a wannabe horror film and a wannabe comedy film, Blumhouse stumbles across one of the best bad movies in years. It's ridiculous, everyone is either overacting or phoning it in, and the script basically makes no sense. Leaving you with more questions than answers, Fantasy Island rocks.
Rated 21 Jul 2020
20
3rd
Really stupid movie with no internal logic at all. Looks like it had its budget slashed when they realized it was stupid. The most unconvincing villain of all time. Big time idiots all around. Somehow ends with about 10 plot twists in a row.
Rated 15 Apr 2020
70
35th
Alright, guys. This movie IS bad, but it's so bad it's good. Seriously. Bad acting, inconsistent themes, and it has no idea how to mix comedy, drama, and horror - and even so...I had the best time with this film. There's no way. NO WAY it didn't know how ridiculous it was being. Personally, I can see all the technical missteps the film takes, but I was EXTREMELY entertained anyway. Biased Score: 78% | Unbiased Score: 62% | Criticker Predicted Score: 48% (way off, Criticker).
Rated 23 Feb 2020
10
4th
bad movie
Rated 16 Feb 2020
40
15th
Profoundly nonsensical and a waste of an interesting premise. Michael Pena looks like he's having a nice time though, and his turn as Mr. Roarke is a highlight, as is Michael Rooker's all-too brief appearance. Bad stuff!
Rated 03 May 2020
20
1st
Loooooool....
Rated 04 Mar 2020
55
24th
A rare Blumhouse miss
Rated 18 Oct 2020
54
16th
I was expecting worse from the trailer, and it wasn't as bad as it seemed. Sure, not good, but it still had moments of wondering what was up. Though it seriously got lost along the way, the whole black goo thing was hard to take seriously at all, and the number of twists is a bit disorienting.
Rated 11 May 2020
15
2nd
Very poor.
Rated 06 May 2020
59
17th
I almost enjoyed Fantasy Island up until the 5th or 6th twist in the third act, leaving a bad impression. I'm not a horror aficionado, so the fact that everything in the film plays out like a comedy, actually worked in my favour. That said, it's not a good film. The acting, direction and writing is poor, but there are some interesting ideas. Unfortunately they aren't tied up with any thematic consistency, making the entire thing a little pointless.
Rated 25 Apr 2020
40
19th
This is a perfect example of a good idea that was poorly executed. I mean its a remake, a comedy, and a horror? film. The horror aspects reminded me of something from Disney or goosebumps. The comedy was lame and while the dramatic parts were a little better the actors weren't up to the task. Hopefully the film series end here.
Rated 28 Dec 2021
75
41st
Granted, the ending fails to wrap things up in a satisfying way, which is awful given the number of questions raised by the intermingling of fantasies throughout the film, but I’m still not sure why this is as hated as it is. Like the tv show it delivers multiple characters who each have their own storyline, albeit with horror being the primary catalyst for change. It might have helped to have more characters who weren’t so initially annoying so we’d want to see them grow rather than killed.
Rated 04 Jun 2024
55
24th
The origin story of a character no one has ever cared about.
Rated 30 Jan 2021
0
3rd
Entertainingly abject.
Rated 12 Jan 2021
1
3rd
I really don't get where this was supposed to be a comedy. Also Micheal Penya is a highlight? A stone faced ponce with a vague accent is a hightlight? More like I don't know Travesty Shiteland
Rated 19 Jan 2022
47
19th
They want to slowly build up the tension and suspicion about the island not being quite the fantastic realm of a happy variety but rather a nightmarish one. They do this by opening with a horror scene. … Awesome job of killing any suspense for viewers who are not familiar with the original TV series! *claps hands* Also, it’s a douchebag move to make villains act like good guys in solo scenes as if they knew they are being recorded for a movie. Twist was good but orchestrated terribly.
Rated 04 Mar 2022
5
0th
No fewer than three people could have written this quasi-film that veers wildly between badly timed comedy (with the dubious adornment of some of the most leaden ad-lib work of the past few years), self-serious inspirational schmaltz and what, from a great distance, might resemble action. Bolted to an IP few people under 60 will remember fondly, the misshapen hybrid seems to beg for the release of death throughout its mercifully short runtime.
Rated 16 Oct 2022
53
25th
You'll need a lot of fantasy to believe that dumb ending.
Rated 10 Jan 2023
65
18th
10.01.2023 Kartal, İstanbul.
Rated 12 Feb 2023
35
3rd
I'm a sucker for these types of horror films, so I never learn. It should be far more interesting but it has too many parts to juggle, none of which ever really pays off. The theme is also uneven as it doesn't know whether to be serious or not and ends up coming off a little goofy.
Rated 30 Dec 2020
10
0th
I have a high tolerance for cheap horror, but this pushes past any possibility of camp appeal and delivers only tedium.
Rated 17 Apr 2020
47
21st
The story is not awful, but it would be 20 points better without the valley girl actresses reminiscent of the acting in Sharknado. Impatient and intelligent people will be a little annoyed by it.
Rated 18 Nov 2020
49
11th
49.3.
Rated 06 Oct 2020
30
1st
I think Fantasy Island will be the biggest disappointment for me this Hooptober. I am a fan of most Blumhouse films, and once I saw the setting and premise I was excited. I thought it would end up being a mashup of Westworld and Lost turned horror. The set up was alright, but it continued to spiral down until I was left wondering, "How did this get made?" This question led me to check if either bad movie podcasts - How Did This Get Made? or The Flophouse - had an episode on Fantasy Island.  I w
Rated 30 Apr 2020
77
9th
The location is fantastic indeed, but the story is as muddled as the island's waters are clear. MY SCORING: 99-96=Great; 95-90=Very good; 89-85=Good; 84-80=So-so; 79-70=Boring; Below 70=Forget it.
Rated 03 Mar 2020
77
4th
It's entertaining.
Rated 24 Feb 2020
30
8th
The single-biggest crime that this movie commits is, it's a horror-comedy trying to tiptoe between genres, and accomplishes neither: it's not scary enough, and it's certainly not fun (or funny) enough. In fact, this "fun" horror movie is no fun at all. Let me to save you $20 and nearly two hours: living in the past or seeking revenge is a bad idea. Hell, there isn't even satisfaction when the villain gets their comeuppance. This is useless but still exists, which is the worst state of them all.
Rated 25 Feb 2020
88
36th
Not sure about all of the terrible reviews. It works more as an action thriller than horror, but it's pretty entertaining throughout and explains the origin of Fantasy Island.
Rated 31 May 2020
48
25th
In that case I sentence you to a lifetime of horror on Fantasy Island! Don't worry, it's just a name.
Rated 08 Mar 2020
9
1st
What a mess this movie is. It starts out cheesy with the cringiest one-liners as the backbone of the entertainment then we hit the fantasy part of the island and it's like watching a skinemax movie. It quickly devolves into total nonsense and there's even some fantasy inception bullsh*t. It can't even follow the rules that it lays down as the foundation of the movie. It's very bad. And the ending is laugh out loud stupid.
Rated 27 Feb 2020
2
10th
Trying to have too many stories going on at once kind of derails the whole thing. You don't really get enough of anyone. Kind of funny in parts but mostly just dull, which is rare for a blumhouse movie. Usually when they fail it's pretty spectacularly.
Rated 24 Jun 2022
9
0th
There is a good chance that this might be the most stupid movie in recent years. All points goes to the production design.
Rated 08 Nov 2020
55
9th
For those who have either forgotten about its existence or have never heard of it at all, "Fantasy Island" was a television show that ran from 1977-1984 in which Ricardo Montalban played Mr. Roarke, the head of a mysterious island resort who, along with the assistance of aide-de-camp Tattoo (Herve Villechaize), would each week greet a new crop of guest stars—ranging from newcomers to aging stars in between gigs appearing on "The Love Boat"—and somehow make their deepest fantasies com

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