Synopsis: The story revolves around the passengers of a yachting trip in the Atlantic Ocean who, when struck by mysterious weather conditions, jump to another ship only to experience greater havoc on the open seas.
Triangle is most probably one of the most confusing films I've seen a long time. With it's incessant repetition of scenes, it was certainly a film which had it's share of twists and-well, that's really what the film was: A large twist. Not that this was necessarily a bad thing, It was like watching a feature-length episode of lost. Every so often I found myself scratching my head in complete confusion, it was difficult to grasp what was happening, by three quarters into the film, the 'time loop' was getting quite tiresome, but really effective.
The swift transition from a seemingly 'realistic' film to something completely out of the ordinary was really quite impressive. Although it may have been a little predictable at times, but ultimately delivers a unique experience, something which is certainly lacking in films nowadays.
Continuity was a huge factor here, and I think it was certainly well executed and put together almost flawlessly.
Ultimately, Tireangle Triangle is a decent horror/psychological thriller film, although it may get repetitive at points, definitely a film which was a good watch.