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Lost in the Bermuda Triangle (1998)

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

Director:

Norberto Barba

Writer:

Jeff King
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tom Verica ... Brian Foster
Charlotte d'Amboise Charlotte d'Amboise ... Mary Foster
Christina Haag ... Charly Simpson
Graham Beckel ... Michael Sykes
Ron Canada ... Maxwell
Geraldine Zinat Geraldine Zinat ... Jenny Sykes
Esteban Moldovan Esteban Moldovan ... Joshua
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ellen Gollas Ellen Gollas ... Oncologist
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Storyline

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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Genres:

Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 February 1998 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Foster Family Nightmare: Lost in the Bermuda Triangle See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Paramount Television See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Jenny: I love you. Go. Go.
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The Horror of it all
27 May 2007 | by bobwildhorrorSee all my reviews

Got to confess right up front that I didn't watch this entire movie. I missed the first hour during a Sci Fi Channel broadcast. Or was I spared the first hour? The other reviewers sum this one up nicely. It was badly conceived. Badly scripted. Badly acted.

But the worst thing for me was the ADR. The entire film, which appeared to have been dubbed, sounded like it was done in somebody's garage. There was a voluminous echo to the words, which just served to make the bad dialog hang. And hang. And hang. Even a made for TV movie should have recognized this.

And the idea that alternate dimensions are differentiated by color saturation went out in the 80s, folks.


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