Triangle (Tie saam gok)
Triangle (Tie saam gok) (2007)

Three maestro Chinese action directors - Ringo Lam, Tsui Hark and Johnny To - co-helm the adventure saga Triangle. The film actually constitutes a film serial, divided into thirds, with each filmmaker responsible for one episode. Three… More

Rated: R
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Release Date: October 1, 2007
DVD Release Date: September 15, 2009
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Critic Score: 50% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Semi-comic-action thriller Triangle teams three leading Hong Kong directors together with confusing results. For asian cinema aficionados only.

Trevor Johnston
Time Out

Little of it however, is genuinely striking enough to suggest a welcome reception beyond the already converted.

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Don Willmott
Filmcritic.com

Your best strategy is simply to sit back, try to follow along, and enjoy the hijinks.

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Mark Salisbury
Total Film

To's stylishly choreographed, action-led finale wraps things up with a blackly humorous and suspenseful stand-off in an outdoor restaurant.

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Derek Elley
Variety

A seriocomic crimer by Tsui Hark, Ringo Lam and Johnnie To that's a diverting, sometimes head-scratching experiment that will mostly chime with Asian movie buffs rather than satisfy general auds as a single, homogenous pic.

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Anton Bitel
Little White Lies

A convoluted crime caper with strong ethical underpinnings to support its many moods and styles.

Rob Daniel
Sky Movies

But there is an inescapable air of disappointment that three brilliant directors have handed in a movie that barely scratches the potential of the experiment.

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Kirk Honeycutt
Hollywood Reporter

The cinematic equivalent of an inedible mess where ingredients war with one another and no one has paid any attention to the poor fellow who must consume the meal.

Derek Malcolm
London Evening Standard

The film is made confusing not only by the twisting plot but by the varied styles of the three cult directors.

Tim Robey
Daily Telegraph (UK)

Three of Hong Kong cinema's top names take turns to direct this batty heist-gone-wrong thriller, which proceeds from stylish-but-incomprehensible (Tsui Hark) through crunchy and violent (Ringo Lam) to just barking (Johnnie To).

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Flixster Audience Score: 44% Flixster User Reviews
JY Skacto
<i>Triangle</i> is such an appropriate title for this Hong Kong crime thriller. It isn't just because the story revolves around 3 friends, but… More
Caius Chung
The plot itself is not amusing, or stylistically clever in the first place But its thanks to the creative talents of the three directors, that help save this… More
Tsubaki Sanjuro
Maybe it was me, but i didn't feel that this worked well. I won't blame the direction, which is quite fine except the first act, the script is full of… More
Krystle Chow
I liked the idea, but the actual movie is rather unmemorable (perhaps I would have been able to write a fuller review if I had hustled and gotten this done… More
Sheldon Chau
Pretty interesting; very intriguing idea by the 3 directors to film this movie the way that they did- 3 directors directing a third of a film, one after… More