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|Triangle - Lenticular Packaging|
Actors: Melissa George, Emma Lung, Rachael Carpani, Michael Dorman, Liam Hemsworth
Director: Christopher Smith
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
WHEN JESS SETS SAIL ON A YACHT WITH A GROUP OF FRIENDS, SHE CANNOT SHAKE THE FEELING THAT THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG. HER SUSPICIONS ARE REALIZED WHEN THE YACHT HITS A STORM IN THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE AND THE GROUP IS FORCED TO... more »
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Keith A. (Keefer522)
Reviewed on 5/29/2014...
A twisty, turny little mindf*cker of a psycho-thriller that starts out like "Ghost Ship," but then turns on a dime into something more akin to "Jacob's Ladder."
A troubled young woman joins her friends for a day of sailing, but their boat capsizes. When the group is saved by a mysterious cruise ship that seems to have no one on board...well, let's just say things get weirder from there.
I can't say much more without giving the whole movie away so I'll just say that this flick will keep you guessing.
Triangle - A real twisted story and not what you think by th
Andreas Hohl | Tucson, AZ USA | 04/06/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Okay, this is a biased review as some of my footage was used in this movie. But I must say, the story is a twisted one and throws a hefty curve ball at you in the end. The title would imply the stereotypical "Bermuda Triangle" theme, but that is not the case here. This is a mind bender along the lines of "No Way Out" where the story drops a bombshell at the very end. Triangle - Lenticular Packaging"
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K. Marx | 03/13/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD is the same as Triangle but comes with a Lenticular cover sleeve instead. I assume the rest of the DVD is the same as once the sleeve comes off you get the same cover. Basically all the reviews for Triangle apply to this one as well since they're the same. I'll try not to repeat the others since those reviews apply to this movie as well.
It is focused on Jess (Melissa George) in rushing to a yacht for a getaway out into the sea for a day of sailing which turns deadly at the drop of a hat. The movie has that ever "Twilight Zone" feel to it and ones looking for horror, thrills and suspense won't find it around each corner but they are hidden in there. The movie certainly requires another viewing to catch more clues and lets you figure out the meaning at the end. You have to remind yourself that this isn't reality you're viewing or is it really a mixture of reality and something else? Just think of it as "unexplained events" thus avoiding the unanswered questions you may have while watching. I give credit to Melissa George on covering this role and think she did a wonderful job on the movie giving it more depth than a more unknown actress would have in the lead role. I'm glad they went the traditional way of filming and didn't do no "Blair Witch" type of thing with a camcorder."