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Director(s): Christopher Smith
Country: UK, Australia
IMDB Rating: 6.8
When Jess (Melissa George) 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 board a passing ocean liner to get to safety. The ship appears deserted, but Jess is convinced shes been on board before. They soon realize they are not alone... Someone is intent on hunting them down, one by one.
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(14 April 2013)
This movie was really terrible. The same thing keeps happening over and over again, until the end, where the whole thing starts again. Stupid!
(13 April 2013)
I'm surprised how many folks gave this film a bad review. I think this is only because the film was marketed to the wrong crowd so the wrong folks are watching it. This is not a Bermuda Triangle, Freddy Kruger, or Friday The 13 type of horror, Sci-Fi or slasher flick. Triangle is more along the lines Mulholland Drive, Angle Heart, Memento, The Shining or even Repulsion. I will say for the first 15 minutes or so the movie seems kind of lame and for a time things may not seem to make much sense as characters make bizarre decisions - so you have to stick with it. But once Triangle kicks in (I wish I could tell you how and why it kicks in - but your better off not knowing anything about this film) Triangle is a really good, nightmare of a film. Carefully and lovingly staged and edited by the filmmakers with very good performances photography and soundtrack. The entire cast is excelent. The cast are playing American archetypes (not stereo types) - If you are an American who lives near the ocean you will instantly be familiar with these folks of various classes and relationships. All the actors are flawless in that they do not draw attention to their acting but instead simply become the characters - which is the ideal. Of course Melissa is a standout but her character Jessie is the focus - they were all great.From reading the reviews I think I may be one of the few that understood the ending and the plot and if I'm right this movie is even better then most people think. A real "hell" of nightmare. Highly recommend this film for fans of puzzles, non linear plots, off kilter cryptic stories and eye opening, disturbing endings.
(10 April 2013)
Like others, I was expecting a low budget teenage slasher flick. I was looking for something to kill a couple hours while I multitask but I ended up getting really immersed in the story. While it is definitely low budget--as evidenced by the terrible ocean liner CGI in the beginning--it is definitely not some dumb teenage slasher flick. The whole movie has a very creepy feel to it, even though it is not scary or very suspenseful. This one will make you think, and if it does what it is suppose to do, may even leave you feeling a little uneasy by the time you finish it. Loved it.
Mongster (10 April 2013)
Christopher Smith's follow-up to Creep and Severance plays like anextended Twilight Zone episode and, at 99 minutes, manages to engrossyou with its haunting, twisty premise without stretching it topreposterous proportions. Born in 1970 in Bristol, Smith was a film buff from very early on,particularly fond of the films of Martin Scorsese. His firstproductions were the shorts The 10000th Day and The Day Grandad WentBlind, released in 1997 and 1998 respectively, and which went on tosome critical acclaim. In 2004, Smith wrote and directed his first full feature Creep which,whilst not overly engaging, went on to become a modest hit on DVD andallowed him to pursue filmmaking full-time.At odds with Creep's serious tone, Smith released the horror-comedySeverance in 2006, which saw office workers, including wide-boy DannyDyer, attending a team building exercise in Hungary and being huntedand murdered in ingeniously gory ways by a group of crazed killers.Showing that he could deftly mix laughs with his horror, many presumedSmith would continue in this mould but surprised us all with thisultra-serious offering. There are no laughs, even unintentional, to befound here.Melissa George, who began her career in the Australian soap Home AndAway but has since gone on to much acclaim starring in films as diverseas Mulholland Drive, The Amityville Horror and LA Confidential, is ontop form here, single-handedly carrying the film. Single mother Jess (George) boards a yacht with a group of friends andsets sail. Soon after, they encounter an ethereal storm which leavestheir boat overturned and their fates seemingly sealed.Almost impossibly, they spot an aged luxury liner emerge from thedistant mist, and a lone figure peering at them from the upper deckuntil disappearing from view.They clamber aboard the liner to find it seemingly uninhabited and itsinterior frozen in time; fresh food adorns the tables in the ballroomand a full brass band is set up on stage, awaiting its absent players.Taking its cue from such unexplained mysteries as the Mary Celeste andBermuda Triangle (Smith explains on the DVD commentary that theoriginal script found the characters crossing over the infamous regionof North Atlantic ocean), the film soon finds its own feet when Jesslocates a set of keys on the luxury ship's passageway that areunmistakably her own. How did they get there? And are they really aloneon the ship?More mature in both content and presentation than his previous efforts,Smith has crafted a tantalisingly slippery tale that takes the vieweron a MÃ¶bius strip narrative that alludes to themes such as dreams,time-travel, Greek mythology and the mysteries of life and death,whilst never hammering home a specific interpretation. If you areexpecting a movie that shows you all its cards before the fade-out, youwill be sorely disappointed.If, however, you gravitate towards the surrealistic works of Lynch,Fellini or Richard Kelly's time-travel opus Donnie Darko, you'll findSmith's Triangle an engaging and satisfying ride.
dschmeding (07 April 2013)
Wow, I was pretty much blown away by this movie. I went into thisexpecting nothing... sure, Severeance was a real fun flick, Creepsucked big time but anyway the plot of Triangle is so different fromthe directors previous movies I didn't expect any pattern.From the mysterious kind of dramatic opening to when main actressMelissa George (who steals the show here) arrives at the harbor for asailing trip Triangle catches you with its atmosphere. From start tofinish this movie is strange and mysterious and unlike most moviesdoesn't let you down in the end with a lame conclusion.The basic premise of Triangle reminded me a lot of movies like "ThePrestige" or "Time Crimes" etc. The sailing trip soon goes overboardwhen a sudden storm front sinks the boat and the crew of five personsis lucky to cross the path of a strange old sea cruiser which theyboard and find to be abandoned except for some strange messages, stepson the floors and eerie prepared buffet. After all the title Trianglegives away that the idea is based on the Bermuda Triangle myths. Sowhat happens in the Triangle? After a while people die and we soonlearn that the Five are trapped in some strange time loop where theyare confronted with clones of themselves re-boarding the cruiser againand again. Melissa Georges Character soon gets on to the mystery whenshe meets her own previous incarnation in this twilight zone. But howdoes this loop end? The biggest part of Triangle is wandering throughthe endless eerie floors of the abandoned ship uncovering the mysteriesand each time meeting one more clone to be killed or to survive. Themysterious editing soon shows to be pretty clever and the re-occurringscenes from different angles slowly shed light into the hazyatmosphere. The movie lives of the dreamy and strange atmosphere,Melissa Georges stunning performance and a clever use of low budget CGI(I admit some of the high sea scenes looked fake but I admire thedirector even more to achieve such effort with obviously tight budgetrestrictions). There are so many memorable scenes in this movie (likeall those eerie scenes with the stacking cloned objects), I was reallyafraid that the final resolution would kill it for me but Trianglesurprised me with a real dramatic turn at the end that seamlessly fitsthe opening. Maybe its obvious to some but I was still surprised by thecomplex yet gripping plot which moves on pretty smoothly. Triangle isan awesome mysterious thriller with a heavy dose of drama injected inthe main character. Like in the fore-mentioned movies many of the ideaswere there before but its still a unique underground effort that shouldsatisfy horror and thriller fans ans especially people like me whocan't get enough of movies like "The prestige" or "Jacobs Ladder" ofwhich I found some strong influences here and there.Triangle must be one of my biggest surprises of 2009 along with theequally stunning, mysterious and dramatic "Blood River". With suchcreative and deep underground movies, my hopes are rising for the nextyear!
(07 April 2013)
This review is from: Triangle (Amazon Instant Video) This is a fresh and fantastic mind-bending story that is logically put together with a clever and very interesting ending. It will certainly leave you thinking. I loved the fact it was a supernatural movie without a lot of blood. No haunting, no slashing, just a good use of sea atmosphere horror with a refreshing twist. Great acting, especially Melissa George, she really carried this movie with great talent and impressed me. And in my opinion there were no loop holes that you can't pretty much figure out yourself. It's a very believable story minus the supernatural events of course. This is my newest favorite movie and I am definitely adding this to my movie collection. I encourage anybody to watch it even if you don't like supernatural thrillers.
(04 April 2013)
I like the types of movies you have to bend your head around. This is just such a movie and I can barely say enough good about it. The plot involves a time loop which the main character is stuck in yet also witnesses as a 3rd party. As the same events unfold a couple of times she figures out (or thinks she figures out) how to break the loop and get her normal life back. As others have pointed out, this is rather like the movie Timecrimes, but I found this infinitely better. In Timecrimes, the main character is involved and can break the loop easily but doesn't. Here, the main character wants to break the loop but cannot.These types of movies seem impossible to me to write, but this script makes it look almost easy. All the scenes are revisited (often more than once) and each revisiting helps pull the entire thing tighter and make it all the more understandable. And scenes you thought were "throwaway" or merely exposition all come back to have an integral part in the plot. These types of movies can be a chore to follow because the plot is always bending back on itself, but again, here I never once found myself scratching my head trying to figure things out. Everything happened in a way where the plot unfolded like a flower.Melissa George was the only actor recognizable to me and she does a very good job. The rest of the cast does a decent enough job, but no one stuck out as being particularly bad or good. The ending is also way cool. It's like a dream within a dream, or in this case, a loop within a loop. The viewer is lulled into a sense of ending only to be be treated to a rather disturbing reality.This is just a really cool flick with adroit direction, good sound, editing and music score. If you're looking for something way off center, give this a shot. It's well worth your time investment.
(04 April 2013)
The premiss of the movie is great. I don't want to spoil it for any one but I found it was frustratingly thrilling in a way that has you trying to figure out just how and when it all will end. It also had the bloodiness I look for in a good horror. The female lead (Australian born Melissa George) is great. She also stars in 30 Days of Night. I highly recommend this movie. I watch a lot of horror/thriller/sci-fi and this is something I have not ever seen before. Beautiful sad. I will watch this over again for sure.
(01 April 2013)
More than just a scary movie! Has you thinking as you watch! What will happen next or what did happen? Plot develops very well. If you love horror and time travel, this is the one to watch!
(01 April 2013)
I stuck it out for the entire movie hoping something in how it ended would make it worth watching the same scene play over and over again too many times. This was one of the most boring and meaningless movies I have ever seen. The last part is slightly more informative than the earlier repeats, so if you decide to watch this movie, save yourself and fast forward when the same events start happening a 2nd time, and go to about 10 or 15 minutes from the end and watch from there. You will miss nothing important and maybe you can make sense of it -- I couldn't.
(29 March 2013)
Triangle (Christopher Smith, 2009)The heap of "great concept, so-so execution" movies seems to be growing a lot faster than it was five or ten years ago. I'm not sure if this means I'm more critical of technical details or more open to ludicrous ideas being great, but either way, there you go. And I will leave it to you to decide which of these things is the case when it comes to Triangle, the most recent film from Severance director Christopher Smith (not to be confused with American Movie director Chris Smith, by the way). Unfortunately, I can't leave ti to you in this review, as that would constitute major spoilers; you'll have to see it for yourself. And lest I sound like this review is going to be all gloom and doom, you should see it. With the caveat that it's the same kind of "should" that has teachers assigning you Sir Walter Scott in high school; you'll be better for the experience, but you might not enjoy it.The movie starts off with a bunch of folks going off on a three-hour tour. There's Greg (The Secret Life of Us' Michael Dorman), the scruffy, lovable skipper, and his mate Victor (Liam Hensworth, recently of Knowing, and best-known these days as the boyfriend of Miley Cyrus). Then there's Greg's ex Sally (MacLeod's Daughters' Rachel Carpani), her beau Downey (Noise's Henry Nixon), and Heather (The Heist's Emma Lung), because Sally always, Greg tells us, brings alongs a nubile young thing to set him up with. Except this time he's got someone along he's interested in already, Jess (Turistas' Melissa George), a waitress at a diner Greg frequents who's badly damaged from a former relationship (this is never explicitly stated, but you can gather it from the opening sequence; Jess has a child). All of this is setup, then we wander into a freak thunderstorm that capsizes the boat. After some time floating about, they find themselves a cruise liner, and it swings by to pick them up. That's when everything gets weird. Weirder still, Jess feels like she's been there before...You may actually have figured out the Big Twist (which in this movie is separate from the Big Reveal, which is kinda nice) just for the bare-bones synopsis of the first twenty minutes you got there (and if you read any of the studio's promo materials, they're even less cagey about it). But I won't give it away, because part of the fun of the movie is getting to the first (false) climax and asking yourself what they're going to do for the next sixty-five minutes, then finding out. It's fun stuff, and it's not a bad little stable of actors, though I'm not sure Melissa George is quite good enough yet to carry a movie on her own. I love her as an ensemble player (Turistas is a movie I return to again and again), but in both 30 Days of Night and Triangle, I felt something lacking when she was elevated above the rest of the cast. I'm not sure exactly what, and I'm certain this isn't a permanent condition for her (it could certainly be the material in both cases), but it left me feeling vaguely dissatisfied once again. Most of the rest of the cast here just seems to be kind of playing along, bored (Lung and Nixon are exceptions, and of course their parts are the smallest of the main characters). The direction is competent, if not inspired, and the sets are very well-done, and for much of the film lend it an air of creepiness lacking in many of the other haunted-ship flicks that have come across the bow recently. The big problem is that the intricacy of the plot spirals out of control towards the end, and whether you're satisfied by the film's resolution or not seems, from what I'm reading on the net, to depend on how much time you spend thinking about the last couple of scenes (and/or talking them out with others); I'm still waffling. It's solid enough to hold water, but like other aspects of this movie, it seemed like there could have been more. ** ½
fedor8 (28 March 2013)
This Christopher Smith has much more to offer than first meets the eye- or met the eye. After the blood-spurting, somewhat dumb "Creep" andthe unsuccessful blend of horror and comedy in its follow-up,"Severence", Smith comes up out of left field with this excellenthorror mystery. Perhaps he'd finally realized that it's not necessaryto portray the graphic butchering of female anatomy ("Creep") or to ripoff current horror-film fads such as "Hostel" ("Severence"). Sometimesyou just need to sit down, focus, and write a script that actuallydeserves several months of preparation and shooting, instead of lettingyour pet hamster write it in 30 minutes...I almost always bash British horror films, because they're so dull andoverrated, but this is a rare exception. It's one of the best I've seenin years. But perhaps that also has something to do with this being anAustralian co-production..."Triangle" has a touch of "Twilight Zone" about it (example: episode"Judgment Night"), hence the basic premise of a person existing in anether-worldly vicious cycle isn't new. However, neither is romance,and yet I don't see too many complaints about the plethora ofrelationshit flicks with which cash-hungry talentless directors bombardus with. You know what else isn't new or original? Dramas aboutchildren having terminal diseases, and karate films about a 25 year-oldavenging his brother and half-sister. So, in light of thesemega-clichÃ©s, who in their right mind would pick on a comparativelyobscure premise that this film uses? The great thing about "Triangle" is the way it plays with your headduring the ship scenes. Just as you think that the Jess whoseadventures we follow is ahead of the previous Jesses for trying tobreak the cycle, you find out that you were wrong: the previouskill-happy Jesses were ahead of her in every way, "our" Jess was merelygoing through the same motions as all her predecessors. Every timethere is a spark of hope that she will be successful in her quest, aplot twist rises up to give her a crushing blow. The scene in whichSally drags her badly wounded self into a corner of the deck, only tofind herself surrounded by fresh carcasses of previous Sallys, is oneof the most effective, best-conceived and shot scenes that I've everseen in a horror flick. About half-way into the movie it startsbecoming more-or-less clear that Jess is doomed, whatever she does.(Happy endings rarely conclude horror films nowadays.) The only logic problem that I see is the fuzzy area regarding why Jessforgets everything by the time she gets to Greg's boat to re-start thecycle. We can only assume that the shock of the car-crash causes heralways to lapse into a temporary amnesia; this amnesia being perhapsthe cabby's revenge for her "not keeping a promise" (she keeps histaximeter running). Then again, she does come back to him in thefollowing cycle, so does that count as a promise kept? But this is aminor point. If nothing, the end of the movie just makes you speculatemore, which is a good thing. You don't get that, for example, inMichael Moore's idiotic, simplistic-yet-overrated propaganda filmswhich are - ironically - supposed to be thought-provoking... there youaren't required to actually think but merely accept any nonsense theself-contradicting, manipulative Left throw at you."Triangle" also features an above average good-looking female cast, andI'm not referring to the plain-looking Melissa George. I would havepreferred to watch Rachael Carpani in the lead i.e. in every scene, andcertainly Smith could have given the pretty quarter-Asian Emma Lung(Heather) a little more screen-time.
(25 March 2013)
This review is from: Triangle [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray) I had no idea what this movie was about. I didn't hear anything about and it and got it because it sounded interesting. I was surprised how good the movie was. The story was well thought out. The movie's pacing was great. The actors all made great performances. I liked going into the movie not know what it was about as the story unfolded so well. I've recommended this movie to everyone I've talked to.I'm not sure where the R rating came from as there didn't seem to be overly graphic parts or cursing. There was no sex and when my 13 year old step daughter gets a chance I will watch it with her.
(25 March 2013)
Don't watch this if you are in the mood for a horror flick that you don't have to pay attention too. You won't have the sudden loud music and movement shock in this one, but you will have a movie that makes you think. Really enjoyed it.
rainbow7197 (23 March 2013)
I have seen every horror movie from Netflix, in movie theaters, etc.but I have never come across anything so entertaining! Given the movie only has 9 actors, it does not disappoint. It's notscary in the fact of things jumping out or ghosts or gore, but it'sscary in the sense that you almost want to cry because you feel souncomfortable. The ending leaves you with a void that you want to befilled because its so terrifying, and at some parts of the movie I feltI should go into another room because the movie made me feel like I wasactually there. I can't believe it didn't get any hype at all,considering Liam Hemsworth is one of the characters. I just happened tobe searching through amazon prime instant video and this popped out atme. One of my new favorite movies, it's a must watch.
(22 March 2013)
Friends of mine insisted I watch this film. I knew nothing about Triangle and the experience blew me away. It was better because I really did not know what was going to happen. It reminded me of that film 'From Dusk Till Dawn' when half way through, the whole film suddenly turned down a road you did not expect. There is so much going on in this gem of a movie. I have seen it three times. Every time you notice something else. It is confusing at first but stay with it. I thought it was quite clever. Unfortunately not many people have seen it, it went under the radar.It stars Melissa George who used to be in `Home and Away' and you may have seen her in that brilliant television series `The Slap'. She is a very good actress. 'Triangle' is directed by Christopher Smith who gave us the excellent `Creep' which you may recall created a hostile atmosphere within the London UK underground system.The story is about Jess (Melissa George) who is confused, telling her colleagues (when they are all on a comfy little boat trip) she has been there before. Her confusion and concern is a great start to this film. I was a bit cocky watching this film, second guessing where the story was going, my advice is just go with the flow and do your best not to read anything before viewing. The bloody Blu-ray box cover almost tells you everything! After the film I had some questions I needed answering, so I carried out some online investigation....if you do catch this great film and end up feeling slightly unintelligent and confused like I did, let me know and I'll put you right. As an actor myself I would love to work with Mr Smith the director, his imagination and sense of pace in a scene is dead on target for me. There are some respectful influences here from other films, let me know which ones you reckon they are. I recommend the Blu-ray version of course. By the way `The making of Triangle' is also interesting.My final words about this film is this: If you have experienced those dreams where you are running, but not going anywhere, or calling to someone for help and they can't hear you, and you are so close to them, screaming out with no response....that feeling of sheer frustration will ignite inside you when watching this thrilling film.....Just one question; why do you think the films title is named 'Triangle'?...after you see it let me know.bleedingcriticbleedingfilms.com
Sjalka Rjadottir (22 March 2013)
the story is not too original, but thats no biggie for such a movie.the characters (besides the protagonist) have not got much screen timeto develop, or do not use their time to become characters one wants tocare for.what really breaks the movie for me is the utterly abysmal decisionmaking of the protagonist.apparently she wagers every possible reaction to a situation and picksthe one that is the worst in terms of solving the dilemma. she alsoseems not to be able to reflect on the situation at all - and seems toget less and less clever as the time progresses.in other words, she is someone i never wanted to care for at all.(rather the opposite) many survival-horror movies require bad decisionmaking (like "lets split up..." or "yes, we have been told to stay putand wait for the others, but hey, i REALLY want to know whats behindthat dark and foreboding door") - but that movie takes it a bit toofar.sadly only 2/10 from me
asefkabir (21 March 2013)
Although the plot of triangle doesn't suggest much about what'sactually happening, there are some very significant but subtle cluesthat point towards a valid explanation. Based on that, I have come upwith a logical explanation. I think the whole cyclical "time loop"phenomenon of Jess is nothing but a horrid nightmare or perplexedfantasy of a psychologically disturbed or schizophrenic person, who'snone but Jess herself. The whole story is a prolonged illusion ofJess's disturbed mind, influenced by her subconscious. I think mytheory must be supported by valid logic and that's what I willillustrate now. First of all, the thought-flow of psychologicallyderanged people often tends to get stuck at a point and takes acyclical or repetitive route. That's the reason why often they repeatthe same words "over and over again" and fantasize the same events overand over (like the music of a broken tape as depicted by a scene in themovie). Like normal people their thought process and imagination do nottake a flexible "straightforward path". Moreover, we borrow manyelements from our reality to build up our dreams and fantasies. Jessdid that too. These elements of Jess's reality are the clues to suggestthat it was a dream of her disturbed world. Many of these clues areactually hidden in the first scenes of the movie. Remember the capsizedtoy yacht of Tommy that Jess picks up from the water bowl in the firstscene. Look at it carefully. It absolutely resembles the "Triangle"yacht. At the very moment, the wild chirping of the flying seagulls inthe sky and Jess's sharp reaction to that is also significant. Later onthe Yacht in the sea looks like a toy boat. When Jess wipes Tommy'spaint from the floor her skirt gets stained by it and the paintresembles blood (carefully see the scene when Jess cleans up the bluepaint from her floor). Perhaps, it symbolizes a distressed life thatshe has. Most importantly, Jess's house number is 237 (see one of theopening scenes when someone rings her doorbell and she comes out) andthe number of the cabin, in which Jess and Greg enter in the shipAeolus and find the "GO TO THEATER" written on the mirror, is also 237.This cannot be a coincident. This clue is ingeniously given by thedirector and this significant clue clearly demonstrates the fact thatthis entire cycle is a fantasy of Jess's mind and she has"subconsciously" picked up elements from her reality (like her housenumber) in order to construct this paranormal world of unspeakablehorror. During the story Jess takes three different roles, i.e. KillerJess, Savior Jess, and Innocent Jess. At one point of time, there arethree different copies or "personalities" of Jess present in Aeolus.Killer Jess (masked one) kills everyone but herself in Aeolus, which'snothing but a macabre fantasy of a disturbed mind. Here the same Jessplays three different roles. This triangular personality concept ofJess is another fantasy of her disturbed mind characterized by stronginfluence of "Multiple Personality Disorder" that often schizophrenicand psychotic people suffer from. Moreover, many things happen in themovie which's not possible in the real world. The time loop or cycleitself is fantastical and Jess doesn't die even after the violent carcrash or after she falls off the Ship (because it's happening in hermind and her mind doesn't want to kill her in order to sustain therepetition of the cycle) And also the deserted ocean liner that appearsout of no where is not realistic. Anybody would understand that thisstory is not possible in the real world. It's a cyclical illusion of amentally disturbed world. Almost the entire plot and scenes of themovie revolve around Jess as it's a fantasy of her mind. Perhaps, oursubconscious often picks up things from our reality that we are notaware of. It's possible that she had heard of a story of such a shipand the Greek Mythology in her life as she lives in a port city.Actually, what I think of the background of the story is that, Jess asingle mother with an autistic boy lives a miserable life and herreality gradually makes her abusive and mentally disturbed. She wantsto "escape" from her confining reality and her disturbed mind makesthis repetitive fantasy, perhaps when she's asleep. A mood of sleep,dream and fantasy is resonated by Christian Henson's hypnotizinglullaby which's the theme music of the movie. Jess's psychic turmoiland self destructiveness is also reflected in her fantasy world, as sheoften stands in front of the mirrors and curiously sees herself(sometimes with sheer hatred in her eyes that demonstrates her hate forher own troubled existence of reality). The movie is so ingenious thatyou need a detective's eyes equipped with psychiatric knowledge tounveil all the clues. My explanations are based on my personal analysisand observations and I invite everyone to argue for or against it.
(15 March 2013)
This review is from: Triangle (Amazon Instant Video) It reminds me of an Alfred Hitchcock/Twilight Zone/ Outer Limits fim. It really causes you to think and you find yourself rewinding the tape to see what clues you could have seen to alert you to the twist in the film.
Christian Toto (15 March 2013)
Triangle is so shrewdly conceived that you won't mind its mentally draining resolution.
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