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Lost in the Bermuda Triangle

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  •  USA  •    •  86m  •    •  Directed by: Norberto Barba.  •  Starring: Tom Verica, Charlotte d'Amboise, Christina Haag, Graham Beckel, Ron Canada, Geraldine Zinat, Esteban Moldovan, Ellen Gollas.  •  Music by: Christopher Franke.
      A couple on a romantic cruise sail into the Bermuda triangle where the wife disappears the husband my prove his innocence when the authorities suspect foul play

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The movie starts with some interesting potential. Bring in Nikola Tesla and it has the possibility to get interesting. Blasted thing had me up late waiting for some grand conclusion or interesting revelation. Instead, whew, lame, lame, lame is all I can say about the ending. I wasted two hours for this drivel? I want my two hours back!!!

[SPOILERS below]

The MOST inane thing of the movie is that Mary, a very fair-skinned blonde, (who just learned she was pregnant when she vanished) and her husband, also of reasonably fair complexion allegedly have this son now seven years old when the husband comes to "rescue" Mary. No disrespect to the actor who portrayed the kid, but he doesn't look at all like he could be the biological kid of these parents. A child who looked more like "Dennis the Menace" from the old TV show would have been much more plausible. Further I was hoping that Mary would go back to Chicago, somehow or other miraculously cured of her cancer to the bewilderment of the medical establishment, but she just vanishes again. Literally. There are also a whole boatload of unanswered questions which the film doesn't even think to ask - maybe we're better off - their answers might have been worse than the questions. Like, what happened to the guy we see at the start of the movie? How does Jenny suddenly "materialize" for Sykes? I could go on but you get the drift...

Bottom line on this picture, they started with some good ideas, worked in some interesting potential, and then got lost in the Bermuda Triangle looking for a decent ending. If the picture hadn't started to roll the credits I'd think they should still be out looking.

If it floats up on a TV set near you PASS IT BY!!!


Review by Observer-2 from the Internet Movie Database.