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Tanya's Island [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars However the movie itself is a piece of junk and to be blunt a complete waste of time and money 16 Nov. 2014
By T.T. - Published on Amazon.com
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I just bought the movie "Tanya's Island" from Amazon. To be honest I bought it because it promised to depict Vanity in the nude, and that regard it didn't dissapoint. Vanity did bear it all and it was a pleasure.
However the movie itself is a piece of junk and to be blunt a complete waste of time and money. So you are warned: If you want to see Vanity strip down to her birthday-suit you will get your kicks, but if you're expecting an entertaining and wellmade movie you're in for a bit of a dissapointment.
The story (such as it is) depicts Tanya and her jealous and somewhat abusive boyfriend living on a deserted island. One day Tanya discovers a primate of sorts (maybe a gorilla). The creature appears friendly and Tanya takes a shining to it. Her boyfriend however reacts with jealousy and abuse. This triggers a petty war between the 2 primates. A war that sees Tanya caught in the middle. Soon she is raped by her boyfriend, then captured by the other primate and raped a second time. Finally she wakes up, only to discover it was all a nightmare.
I can't stress enough how bad this movie is and that you shouldn't buy this except to watch Vanity in the flesh.

T.T.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Journey to Single Ape Island 24 April 2014
By Peter C. Gorman - Published on Amazon.com
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A neurotic couple anthropomorphize the actions of an apeman, pulling the beast into a bizarre love triangle that culminates in a fairly memorable finale. The random naked takes of Vanity interspersed throughout the movie overlaying scenes the director thought needed some pep cements this movie as a true exploitation film. The pluses: the island is beautiful, the sound work is good, the ape costume is surprisingly effective due to Rick Baker's excellent work. Absurdly, the ape character is the most believable and well-rounded character in the film. The artist Lobo's motivations make no sense and his deliveries are dreadful. Vanity is beautiful but her acting is only slightly better. There is an implication that the film may not have all happened, but I can't figure out who would have ever dreamt up such a bizarre, faulty premise short of a fever dream brought on by illness. Enjoyable view, but no replay value except perhaps to horrify your adult friends that you know of an actualy rather than implied ape and woman love story.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars CAMPY 11 Dec. 2012
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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This is one of Vanity's earliest movies and I found it very interesting and I did go out and buy it. There are a lot of nude scenes of Vanity but what grabs you is the acting in it. It's strange how although the theme of The Beauty and The Beast portrayed here and it's predictable out come can still be entertaining. The male lead is quite convincing in his maddness and the story is good. The film quality is good, and a nude Vanity is always good but what you'll enjoy mostly is that it's funny too.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars gigantopithicus, bigfoot, sasquatch, apeman, creature film with heart! 26 Nov. 2007
By Mondomacabro - Published on Amazon.com
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much like 'missing link' creature designers Rick Baker and Rob Bottin once again do outstanding work to make this average exploitation film into a standout piece of monster/creature/guy in apesuit art! The gorilla is just simply the best suit ever accumplished - only Harry (Henderson's) rivals it for genious!
if you have a liking for randy apes - naked women (Vanity is insane) and heros that are in fact worse than the villans - then this movie will rattle your senses! ....bestiality with heart! crazy!
Has to be owned!
...anyone who denies its brilliance is soft in the head!
3.0 out of 5 stars But, but...she's sooooo pretty 21 Feb. 2015
By David Weldy - Published on Amazon.com
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I gave it 3 stars only because Vanity is one of my all-time favorite world-class beauties. And she's naked a lot. As for a plot, dialogue or acting ability. Not so much. Trust me, it's bad, really bad
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