This movie was reminiscent of Soylent Green and Logan's Run, but where those movies failed to tie up all the loose ends, The Island gave a good, if not long, ending.
The simple premise is that various clones exist in a futuristic semi-paradise and some are invited to go to an Island resort to live a happier life. When one clone gets too inquisitive, he starts to find that things are not what they appear and all hell breaks loose.
Although there were a few minor anomolies, the premise was very good, the acting quite good, the action pretty good, and the overall story line worth watching.
I give it an A- (rather than A) mainly because it was a bit long and some of the action scenes where just a bit too "Hollywood".