Beyond the Bermuda Triangle

Beyond the Bermuda Triangle

A retired businessman notices that there has been a rash of ships and planes disappearing off the Florida coast, and he starts to investigate.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:74 minutes
  • Release:1975
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ocean,   rescue,   ship,  

A retired businessman notices that there has been a rash of ships and planes disappearing off the Florida coast, and he starts to investigate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jamie M (ru) wrote: Absolutely fantastic

Chris M (mx) wrote: What a great story and a magnificent horse. Anyone who enjoys horse racing or an admiration for the sport needs to watch.

Urmi C (it) wrote: wonderful movie about love 8/10

Your Gay Boyfriend (kr) wrote: I think this movie had two writers, because there were parts that were good. Then there wad parts that sucked badly. If you want to laugh a little watch it. The odds are that you'll really hate it.

Jordan R (br) wrote: The themes of this film (the changeabilities of religion and culture) are so brilliantly interwoven into the characters and plot of the script. It is a journey of realization for both Tom Berenger (an American Indian) and Aidan Quinn (a missionary), two Americans who both realize that for completely different reasons, they do not belong in the Amazon. The film brilliantly encapsulates the tragic nature of colonialism and Christian proselytizing.

B B (de) wrote: Ah, finally a horror film on rottentomatoes that sits well with the critics, too. However, I believe they only ranked it so high because they see this work as another pretentious "let's-throw-all-of-this-crap-together-and-see-if-it-works" film. Although one can see how this film might be just that--especially when you take into consideration other Jodorowsky films (Holy Mountain, anyone?)--to me, it sets the stage for a beautiful, poetic work of art. The violence is done smoothly, and the vulgarity that the film presents is so overtly over the top but Alejandro definitely uses this for symbolism. The entire film is, of course, a metaphor. The music is also just great. 'Dejame llorar'? Awesome. I also enjoy the fact that Alejandro used his son as the child Fenix--Adan Jodorowsky, or Adanowsky in the music business; check him out, he's great. The romance--if you want to call it romance--between Alma and Fenix is rather warped, bizarre and tragic, but it is also so serene and sublime. Shoot, the film almost gives off a sublime presence.The only thing I did not like was the lack of quality in filming, but then again this is an Independent, international, special interest film, so I can't complain.

Gavin P (kr) wrote: A somewhat dull 'zombie' film, with pretty much nothing happening for the first 60min, then once the ancient Native American burial ground & it's resurrective powers is discovered, the idiot decides to put his son in there - terrible idea! Gwynne is good, but nothing much to write home about otherwise, in terms of acting, soundtrack, cinematography or story - I just wish there was actual pet zombies, rather than just the cat. Should've had the Ramones song on repeat throughout the film - might've made it more fun!

Aj V (gb) wrote: There are some real crazy people out there, and this movie proves it. I had predicted the surprise at the climax about earlier than half way in, though, so it wasn't a surprise for me. Most of the movie is predictable, but what was a surprise was the very end of the movie, which is the only real punch this movie takes at the audience. Overall, this movie was creepy and full of crazy yet realistic characters, but it was also very predictable, and it could have been a lot better.

Arash B (fr) wrote: They will seduce you - just before they kill you (Tl)

Anthony M (fr) wrote: De tres bonnes idees...Le scenar est genial...dommage que la real soit si mauvaise...pour une fois, un film qui meriterait peut etre un remake...Mais le cote bancal rajoute aussi au charme du film alors...