Triangle (2010)

This movie had an okay premise, an okay cast, and okay pacing. Overall? It was okay.

It had one gimmick going for it but as soon as you understand what’s happening the rest of the reveals aren’t any more interesting or mind-blowing. And if you’re anything like me, you’ll be wondering why it takes so long for the characters to figure it out. I mean, I know it’s a crazy situation, but it’s not like there wasn’t evidenceĀ everywhere that could have pointed them in the right direction.

Honestly the plot is interesting up to a point so I didn’t notice anything particularly awful or wonderful about the music or the cinematography. Which I suppose could be taken as a compliment. I will give it some bonus points for the understated (if a little on the nose) opening credits sequence, though.

Anyway, if you want to watch Melissa George being a (batshit insane) badass, this is the movie for you. It’s mysterious and intriguing for the first half of it, but never really scary. There are a few bloody scenes but nothing too disturbing. Oh, and a giant abandoned cruise ship is anĀ awesome setting, in case you were wondering. I just wish this movie had done a little bit more with it.

Oh, also, don’t expect to have all your questions answered at the end of this. Almost none of your questions will be answered. If you can deal with that kind of thing, you might enjoy this movie.

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