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Triangle [Blu-ray]

3.8 out of 5 stars 169 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Melissa George, Liam Hemsworth, Rachael Carpani, Emma Lung, Michael Dorman
  • Directors: Christopher Smith
  • Producers: Christian Henson, Jason Newmark, Julie Baines, Chris Brown
  • Format: DVD-Video
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Icon Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 1 Mar. 2010
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (169 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002Y2K2K0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,324 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

Ocean-bound horror in which a day's sailing goes horribly wrong for a group of friends. Setting sail on a yacht with her friends, Jess (Melissa George) has a gut feeling that something is about to go wrong. After running into a violent storm, the group is forced to seek shelter on what appears to be an abandoned ocean liner, a ship Jess is convinced she's been on before. Although the ship appears to bear all the hallmarks of a 'Marie Celeste', the coming days will see the group in a desperate fight, as each tries to evade the evil presence intent on hunting them down one by one.

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This is one of those movies that polarises opinion. You either get it and love it, get it and hate it or don't get it at all and wonder what the point of it is.

My advice is if you haven't seen the film and intend to do so, DO NOT READ THESE REVIEWS. Far too much is given away in some of them. It is much better to sit down and watch it with no concept of what is to come. Make up your own mind, one opinion is worth no more than the next, despite what some self-aggrandising critics and reviewers seem to think.

If you haven't seen it, this is all you really need to know. Troubled single mum and coffee shop waitress Melissa George is persuaded by an admirer to join him and some of his friends on board his yacht for a day's sailing off the Miami coast. While at sea, a strange storm capsizes the yacht with one of the party missing, presumed dead. When a passing cruise liner picks them up, they believe they are saved. But once on board, George's character gets one of those "deja vu" moments...

***SPOILERS***

As others have said, this is a film which rewards a second viewing. For instance, the drum in the ship's ballroom is exactly the same as the drum being used by the boy at the car crash scene, something I only noticed second time round. This sort of attention to detail adds to the "dream-like" quality of the story.

Of course the big flaw is the fact that George's character seems to remember certain things but not others. This appears to be explained away by the fact that when she falls asleep her memory is in effect "re-set" and she can only recall the odd moment through deja vu. Convenient!
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With doubts 'Jess'(Melissa George) joins her friends 'Greg' (Michael Dorman) Victor (Liam Hemsworth) Heather(Emma Lung)
and couple Downey (Henry Nixon) and Sally (Rachael Carpani) on a boat trip.
'Jess' cannot get the feelings of apprehension from her mind, something just doesn't feel right.
The Yacht suddenly runs into an electric storm, the boat gets tossed about violently and overturns, 'Sally' is lost, the five survivors sat on the floating hull until a Liner happens along, the 'Aeolus' relief from all, they have survived.
'Jess' feels she has been on-board before, seems unlikely, as the survivors search the decks, the ship appears to have no-one on board, however they are sure they spotted someone prior to boarding.
There is someone, whoever it is wants the boarders dead, one by one they become victim to the faceless killer, only 'Jess' is left standing, until, the five stranded upon the hull after the storm board again, only this time 'Jess' sees herself among the survivors,
the killing starts all over again, it's a 'deja vu' sequence that just keeps repeating itself, is 'Jess' quite simply loosing her mind, what can stop the cycle........can going back to the beginning change all that has happened.
The film is a little more tense than the story-line suggests, worth a watch.
Features -
* The making of Triangle / Audio commentary with director Chris Smith
* 3 Storyboards (The Storm, Jess Walking through the mirror.
* Deleted Scenes
* Competition Winners Poster Design
* (The Storm) Special Effects Featurette
* Easter Egg
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THIS IS DAMN GOOD. I won't talk about the film. No spoilers here. The "Bermuda Triangle" is never mentioned.

I will say that if you like scary movies and a bit of gore...then by all means ..Get This One. You will never forget a scene or two.

I found this film by accident seeing a brief clip on YouTube. Then I found the DVD and a Canadian and UK Blu-ray.
I like films of this genre. What is the genre? It's Horror and something else. You will just have to watch it to find out....then watch it again and again.
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Many people on here mark this film down because they didn't understand it, which seems pretty unfair.
The film does work, and there is a plausible explanation. There is a logic to it as the writer/director spent many years on it & all is intended.
The simple explanation is: they are all killed (except one) in the boat accident & this is Jess's hell.
We are told TWICE in the film the story of Sisyphus whose personal hell repeats forever and this is Jess's.
We come into the film well into the loop, with many iterations completed.
In the original time arc, Jess killed Tommy - that's why her earlier self distracts her later self & then rescues him.
But you don't escape hell that easily & so the cycle continues.
You may now say "Well, watching this film was my idea of hell" but I think it was a well-shot, well-crafted movie that tries to do something different.
The main influence I saw in it was a book by Flann O'Brien called "The Third Policeman" where someone commits a murder & so begins a surreal journey that is eventually revealed to be a repeating hell. Very different tone to this, but I'd recommend it, and it's well-priced on Amazon. And a film of another of his books is due for release in 2010 with Colin Farrell.
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