The Bermuda Triangle (1979)




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In this documentary, the legends, facts and folklore about the dreaded "Bermuda Triangle," which lies between Bermuda, Miami and Puerto Rico, are recounted. Based in some small part on the book by Charles Berlitz, it tells of lost squadrons of airplanes, boats, and mysterious electronic disturbances.


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Supremely boring seafaring "adventure" chock full of razzable qualities. The legend of disappearing vessels and unexplainable phenomena and unexplainable phenomena in the Bermuda Triangle are apparently due to bright lights and a cursed doll of all things! The ridiculousness doesn't stop there, witness the bizarre parakeet attack and a decently staged underwater earthquake, but with a following rescue effort that goes on for minutes too long, draining away any excitement that might have been. John Huston looks like he's fossilized in his 80s but here he has a couple kids in elementary school - ick. The most hilarious in a bad way character is a disgraced surgeon who carries a drink in his hand in every single scene, you know just so we don't forget he's a drunk. This was Italian sensation Gloria Guida's first international role, and she appears fantastic but all to briefly in a red bikini, then essentially disappears from the movie at the hour mark. I wouldn't be surprised if she actually faked the malady of her character so she would be taken off the set of this total turkey.

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John Huston was in this? Anyway, what you would expect from a Rene Cardona film: awful direction, awful pacing, absurd plot, camp value everywhere. Is 100% MST3K material.

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