Triangle - Lenticular Packaging
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When Jess sets sail on her friend Greg's (Michael Dorman, "The Secret Life Of Us") 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 she's been on board before. They soon realize they are not alone and that someone is intent on hunting them down, one by one.
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In a plot superior to your average slasher movie, the bouncy Melissa George, resplendent in short shorts and low cut blouse, must kill everyone in an altered sequence, including her evil doppelgänger, to end the paradox of the triangle. But can she? You will have to watch it to find out.
If you like this, you'll also like PRIMER and probably DONNY DARKO, and vice versa.
I am pretty picky when it comes to TV and movies... not a snob, by any means - it just takes a lot to hold my attention and I HATE the standard corny, crappy, predictable "Hollywood" BS.
I was pleasantly surprised by how incredibly awesome this movie turned out to be!!! And I mean... really, really good!! I NEVER buy movies because I see no reason to watch it again if you've seen it before, unless it just happens to be on TV or something. But, this one I had to have!! I even have the Aeolus (the ship from the movie) as the wallpaper of my tablet and laptop! And I seriously don't ever devote myself to anything entertainment-related that deeply.
I REFUSE to be a "spoiler" so I won't say anything specific, which makes it difficult to express what makes it so cool... Trust me, it is VERY clever, far beyond what you will even think after watching it one time. Every time you watch it you figure it out more and more... it's like a puzzle with so many intricate pieces. I love movies that make you think - and this one really does that! Everyone who I have had watch this since I had it on DVR (and now own on DVD) has loved it!! And was talking about all of the possibilities of it for a long time after watching it. I haven't had one person not love it after watching it.
I'm still not 100% certain on what it is that is happening, but I have my theories, and so does my husband - and they both differ. It leaves you wondering. There are so many subtleties throughout the movie that you won't even notice until you watch it again... and again (seriously). I'd love to explain, but I don't want to ruin anything for anyone!!
Watch this movie! You'll buy it too!!
Medicinal Cinema especially for observant viewers who pay careful attention and have been waiting for an unexpected surprise. Go Ahead and enjoy this. To be fair and honest, this same idea and setting has been seen before on vintage Twilight Zone and Night Gallery TV episodes, as well as one Stephen King short story dealing with deja vu. Without giving too much away, if you look closely enough at some of the interior scenes, it's evident that expenses were indeed spared with some of the set construction, the overly spartan, art deco motifs of the dining room and theater, but you'd have to be an historic Ocean Liner fan to pinpoint the lack of curvature in the decks, crooked paint brush strokes on some of the surfaces that weren't supposed to show up, that did. Yet this is allowable, because the lighting was a critical element that contributed much of the feeling the film carries. However, I'm nitpicking as even these minor things don't detract from what I happily regard as one of the best movies I've seen in a long time, and one of my new favorites. I've purchased this film after my instant view expired. Genius.
I also loved some of the directorial choices with shots and even some added lines that just gave slight hints to the story and just added a little more mystery.
I would definitely recommend this movie.
This particular film ties the endless loop scenario within the framework of an apparent slasher genre, but offers a lot more. With a modest budget and low expectations, it produces a very pleasant surprise in terms of the complexity of plotting and themes.