The best island movies, as selected by our editors: Since the dawn of the silver screen, Hollywood filmmakers have used dreamy, remote islands around the world to set the scene for their blockbuster films.
Clint Eastwood fans will remember the 1979 film Escape from Alcatraz, set on the island just offshore from San Francisco.
The first of these cult-classic films was shot on and around Martha's Vineyard.
The movie Lord of the Flies was shot around Puerto Rico, including Aguadilla, Vieques and El Yunque.
Fans of Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman will remember Papillon, shot on Devil's Island in French Guiana.
This Harrison Ford film was shot on the island of Kauai.
The 1996 thriller The Rock was shot on Alcatraz in California.
Between the four Pirates of the Caribbean films, what islands haven't they used? The cast and crew have shot on St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Tortuga, Dominica, the Bahamas, Singapore, Molokai, Puerto Rico, and even England.
In Casino Royale, after receiving a license to kill, James Bond (Daniel Craig) spends time at the luxurious One&Only Ocean Club in the Bahamas. Pro tip: Book Villa 1085 if you want to enjoy Nassau, Bond style.