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Underrated Films Presents: Triangle (2009)

 
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It’s hard to write about "The Triangle" without ruining it – so this will be vague and short.

The premise: Jess (Melissa George), Tommy and friends get together on a small yacht for a day at sea. Jess arrives on the dock with something, possibly serious, going on in her world, but chooses to go on the trip anyway. After a nap, she wakes to try to enjoy the day with Tommy and his friends, but a freak storm overturns their yacht. While adrift they are crossed by a ship that appears to be deserted. With little choice, they board and find that there's someone aboard ship and this someone begins to dispatch them one by one. Jess must do what she can to survive and help her friends the best she can. But there is something more she must find: a secret terror lying in the shadows.

Christopher Smith weaves a story that while seemingly simple begins to spiral and become increasingly more complex. It isn’t until the end that all the loose ends are neatly (and wittily) tied together.

This film loves to poke at you with a sharp stick and say, “Yeah, you thought you had it figured out, huh? No you don’t!” That is what makes this film one worth watching. In this homogenized world of predictable scripts, “The Triangle” toys with the audience and creates a complex story that is hard to piece together until the very last scene.

Give this film a shot, but don't watch any trailers or read any "spoiler" reviews beforehand. This is the kind of film where the less you know about it, the better off you are to enjoy it for what it is.

No trailers for this film will be attached to this post. Trust us.

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Credits:

Directed by: Christopher Smith
Written by: Christopher Smith
Starring: Melissa George, Joshua Mclvor, Jack Taylor, Michael Dorman, Henry Nixon





Source of the Bitter: JAS

Comments, rants and other stuffs below
JAS on Sun, 06/06/2010 - 6:27pm

Que has reviewed it HERE

Que on Thu, 06/03/2010 - 4:04am

no trailer... you really like it that much uh, JAS?

JAS on Sat, 06/05/2010 - 11:31pm

It's not even that I liked it that much or not, but I feel it is a better thing to go in blind. When I watched this a friend told me that her brother and sister liked it. That is all I needed to just get my hands on it and give it a go. I didn't look anything up except the dvd cover/star to be sure I had the right one and I ran with it.

It's not an amazing movie, but one that is worth watching because it plays with the audience and has a great payoff. :)

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