The Triangle - Part 1 movie  » Movies  »
4.5
1 votes
Are you familiar with this?
Feel free to rate it!
  • I've always been interested in the Bermuda Triangle so any time there is a decent production relating to it, I like to watch

    • by Orrymain
      TRUSTWORTHY

      all reviews
      I’ve always been interested in the Bermuda Triangle so any time there is a decent production relating to it, I like to watch. I make the qualification about being ‘decent’ because there are a lot of very weird shows that are sub-par, so I try to weed those out. This six-hour mini-series, The Triangle, was produced in 2005 and had an impressive cast. It also presents the Bermuda Triangle in a very unique fashion. I remember watching this back then and being intrigued by the premise as it developed.

      The Triangle centers around a


      wealthy business man named Eric Benerall (Sam Neill) offering four individuals $5 million each to become a team dedicated to unearthing the mysteries of the Bermuda triangle. This team and what they uncover are the force behind the movie.

      It’s an interesting team. John Sloan plays Aron Ackerman who works for Benerall. He actually is the one who goes out and gets the team together. The team members are Stan Lathem, a tormented psychic played by Bruce Davison; Howard Thomas (Eric Stoltz), a writer and divorced cop with daughter; Emily Patterson (Catherine Bell),


      • and Bruce Geller (Michael E. Rodgers).

        >From the beginning, strange things happen to this team. They see odd things they can’t explain which make them look outside the box for answers. It’s Emily who brings up he possibility of wormholes. Along with downed planes looking old and old planes looking new, one of the key portions of this first part is a six year old girl that Stan connects with. When she’s rescued from the downed plane, she’s an old woman and yet still says she’s only six.

        Lou Diamond Phillips appears in The Triangle

        as Meeno Paloma. He meets Howard in the opening scenes of this movie, when his character is injured. He’s a Greenpeace advocate. When he goes home, he doesn’t remember some things and that starts his own trek of confusion.

        I liked this first part of The Triangle. We are properly introduced to all the key players and we already have a lot of intrigue about the Bermuda Triangle. It ends with a sub going up and a bright light beaming down on the team. Are they about to be beamed up by a UFO?

        Mystery looms!




  • Sidenotes
    • Don't Be Nice. Be Helpful.

    The review was published as it's written by reviewer in March, 2010. The reviewer certified that no compensation was received from the reviewed item producer, trademark owner or any other institution, related with the item reviewed. The site is not responsible for the mistakes made. 1123031034270731/k2311a0323/3.23.10
    Your use of this website constitutes acceptance of the Terms & Conditions
    Privacy Policy