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Lost in the Bermuda Triangle

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He'd follow her anywhere. Even to another world.

Chart a course for heart pounding suspense with this spellbinding thriller set in the other-worldly dimension of the Bermuda Triangle.

After learning that his wife Mary is pregnant, Brian Foster (Bruce Boxlightner) whisks Mary to Bermuda for a romantic getaway. But Brian's dream of a second honeymoon crumbles when a hurricane engulfs their boat and Mary vanishes without a trace. Desperate for answers, Brian enlists the help of a beguiling research scientist named Charly, who specialises in electromagnetic phenomena. To Brian's amazement, Charly believes that Mary passed through the portal of a parallel universe. Together, Brian and Charly attempt to simulate the conditions experienced during the night of Mary's disappearance... and are thrust into an adventure of unimaginable excitement.

Intelligence analyst

Special Agent Matti

Theatrical report

D'oh! Another Bermuda Triangle film. When will Hollywood learn that a flick about the Triangle can never equal the mystery and myth of the real thing?

Having started out on the wrong foot, the makers of this movie tried very hard to make some fancy footwork but they seem to have two left feet (each). All they have done is created a not only implausible scenario, but a head-shakingly sad one, too. It's the kind of story that you'd find in the 70s when science and technology where as much magic as they were logical. Put it in a silver suit and call it a spaceman.

It's one of those films that makes you wonder what people are thinking and how so many people managed to agree to make it.

Security censorship classification

PG (Adult themes)

Surveillance time

85 minutes (1:25 hours)

Not for public release in Australia before date

VHS rental: 14 May 2000

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