Faced with a wrenching medical dilemma (stricken with cancer, his wife Mary has learned that chemo treatments will save her life but kill their unborn baby), businessman Brian Foster (Tom Verica) takes Mary (Charlotte D'Amboise) to Bermuda to ponder their future. While cruising the ocean, a freak electric storm overtakes Brian's rented boat and somehow sweeps Mary into another dimension. Naturally, the police suspect foul play, but a determined Brian finds a sympathetic ear in skipper Sykes (Graham Beckel) who, unbeknownst to Brian, also lost a bride to the same unsolved mystery years ago. Sykes introduces Brian to Charlie (Christina Haag), an electromagnetic visionary who, with Brian's financial backing, finishes constructing a machine that's capable of inducing storms. With this gizmo on board, Sykes pilots Charlie and Brian to the Triangle, where they penetrate this fourth dimension. Once there, they not only find a healthy-looking Mary, but Sykes' long-lost wife, too. And who's that mute boy trailing after Mary? If you've been waiting to learn what happened to those poor souls who've disappeared within the notorious Bermuda Triangle, look no further. According to this silly movie, they're ushered into a combination Club Med, natal clinic and reunion site for lost loves. Are we really to believe that the Triangle exists chiefly as an arena for familial rapprochement? (The tyke's identity is a lollapalooza.) And where are all those other folks who've gone missing over the years? Discussing tax shelters with their accountants?
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- Released: 1999
- Rating: PG
- Review: Faced with a wrenching medical dilemma (stricken with cancer, his wife Mary has learned that chemo treatments will save her life but kill their unborn baby), businessman Brian Foster (Tom Verica) takes Mary (Charlotte D'Amboise) to Bermuda to ponder their… (more)