TRIANGLE OF SADNESS — THE CRITERION COLLECTION
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"Gilligan's Island" holds up as a better example of the left roasting right-wing capitalist pigs, whose greed knows no sliver of human decency.
Ego, ego, ego.
Money, money, money.
Dirty, dirty, dirty.
The film's sadness comes in the form of a third act failure that dashes all hopes for the narrative to rise to its promised elevation.
Punchy dialogue keeps you on the hook, but the story evaporates with a ghost-in-the-machine tableau that just makes no sense.
Woody Harrelson nevertheless delivers a kick of comedy as Captain to a ship cruise carrying a mixed bag of social classes. Mr. Harrelson is indeed a proper Captain host to the movie.
If only Harrelson's character had more to do.
Check out "Don't Look Up" if you're looking for smart, sharp, and funny social satire.
Sad this movie didn't pay off on its promise.
Rated R. 147 mins.