Lost Voyage

Synopsis: Twenty five years ago, the SS Corona Queen disappeared in the region known as, "The Bermuda Triangle". Now, it has returned. Seven people go on board to learn the truth behind her disappearance but the ship did not return alone...
Director(s): Christian McIntire
Production: First Look Pictures
 
IMDB:
4.7
R
Year:
2001
96 min
4 Views

HERE YOU GO.

- THAT'S NICE.

- LIKE IT?

THAT'S GOOD.

RIGHT THIS WAY. HI.

HI, HOW ARE YOU?

- PERMISSION TO BOARD?

- HI, RIGHT THIS WAY.

NOW WE'LL BE BACK SUNDAY.

YOU LISTEN TO GRANDMA AND

DO YOUR CHORES, OKAY?

WHY CAN'T I GO WITH YOU?

AARON, WE TALKED ABOU THIS IN THE CAR.

NOW THIS IS OUR HONEYMOON.

IT'S OUR ALONE TIME.

AARON, I KNOW YOU'RE STILL

NOT USED TO ALL THIS,

BUT...

I CARE VERY MUCH FOR

YOU AND YOUR FATHER.

WE GOT YOU SOMETHING.

HERE.

WELL, AREN'T YOU

GOING TO OPEN IT?

- AARON, WHAT ARE YOU DOING?

- SHE'S NOT MY MOTHER!

THAT'S A TERRIBLE THING TO SAY.

WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH YOU?

SHE'S NOT MY MOTHER.

MY MOTHER'S DEAD.

HONEY, HOLD ON, HOLD ON.

AARON, WHY ARE YOU

ACTING LIKE THIS?

AARON, GET BACK HERE.

AARON SAID SOME:

REALLY MEAN THINGS.

I'M SORRY YOU HAD

TO HEAR THAT.

HE'S YOUNG.

HE'LL ACCEPT ME WHEN

HE'S READY, HONEY.

THINK HE HATES ME?

OF COURSE NOT.

HE'S A LITTLE BOY...

WHO LOST HIS MOTHER.

PARKER,

GIVE IT TIME.

OKAY?

GIVE HIM TIME.

HE'LL COME AROUND.

COME HERE.

CAPTAIN ON THE BRIDGE.

- THAT A REFLECTIVE SIGNAL?

- YES, SIR.

SIR, THAT SIGNAL IS ADVANCING.

LESS THAN 400 YARDS

AND CLOSING.

- EVER SEE A SQUALL LINE GIVE OFF

A SIGNAL LIKE THAT? - NO, SIR.

SIR, IT LOOKS LIKE--

LIKE LAND.

NO, THAT'S IMPOSSIBLE. THERE'S

NO LAND FOR 200 MILES.

SIR, SIGNAL CLOSING NOW

AT LESS THAN 200 YARDS.

CAPTAIN, LOOK! STARBOARD BOW.

OH MY GOD.

ENGINE ROOM, FULL

REVERSE SCREWS.

- HARD STARBOARD!

- HARD STARBOARD, SIR.

- PARKER, WHAT'S HAPPENING?

- I DON'T KNOW.

- FULL AHEAD. HARD PORT!

- HARD PORT, AYE, SIR!

NOT COMING AROUND. WE'RE

NOT GOING TO MAKE IT!

CAPTAIN. HERE.

WHAT IS IT?

WHEN THE MARY CELESTE

WAS DISCOVERED:

DISAPPEARANCE,

THE CAPTAIN, HIS

WIFE AND DAUGHTER

AND A CREW OF EIGHT SEEMED

TO VANISH INTO THIN AIR.

NOW THE BOAT WAS IN

REMARKABLY GOOD CONDITION,

AND SOME REPORTS INDICATE

THAT A MEAL WAS STILL COOKING

ON THE STOVE IN THE GALLEY,

AND THAT WARM COFFEE

CUPS REMAINED INTAC

IN THE MESS HALL.

THE MARY CELESTE REMAINS

ONE OF THE MOST BAFFLING

AND MYSTERIOUS CASES

IN THE HISTORY OF HUMANKIND.

THE MARY CELESTE REMAINS ONE OF THE

MOST BAFFLING AND MYSTERIOUS CASES

IN THE HISTORY OF THE REGION

KNOWN AS THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE.

THE MARY CELESTE IS ONE

OF THE MOST BAFFLING

AND TERRIFYING,

AND MYSTERIOUS, CONFUSING--

BAFFLING AND MYSTERIOUS!

THE MARY CELESTE IS...

ONE OF THE MOST--

AW, CRAP.

THAT'S ALWAYS BOTHERED

YOU, HASN'T IT?

I'M-- I'M SORRY.

DO I KNOW YOU?

THE SIMILARITIES BETWEEN THE

TWO CASES ARE REMARKABLE.

WHAT TWO CASES?

THE MARY CELESTE AND

THE CORONA QUEEN.

NO, NOT REALLY. THE CORONA

QUEEN'S NEVER BEEN FOUND.

NO, BUT WE HAVE TO GE ON WITH OUR LIVES.

- GOODBYE.

- EXCUSE ME, HOW DID YOU GET IN HERE?

HEY, I WAS JUS COMING TO SEE YOU.

DID YOU JUST SEE A GUY

COME OUT OF MY OFFICE?

JUST NOW. A TALL GUY.

NO.

ARE YOU ALL RIGHT?

YEAH, YEAH. I JUS THOUGHT I SAW SOMEONE.

UMM... YOU WANTED TO SEE ME?

- YEAH.

- COME ON.

- HAVE YOU HEARD?

- HEARD WHAT?

YOU REALLY NEED TO GE OUT OF THE OFFICE MORE.

I JUST HEARD ON THE RADIO.

THE COAST GUARD IS REPORTING

THAT A FISHING BOAT FOUND IT.

- FOUND WHAT?

- THE CORONA QUEEN.

NOT MANY DETAILS BU IT'S ALL OVER THE NEWS.

I'M REALLY SURPRISED

YOU HAVEN'T HEARD.

- WHERE?

- OFF THE BERMUDA ISLANDS.

IS THERE A STORM

BREWING OUT THERE?

YEAH. THAT'S ONE OF THE REASONS

THEY HAVEN'T GONE BACK OUT.

ARE YOU SURE YOU'RE OKAY?

YEAH, YEAH, YEAH.

SOMETIMES I JUS HATE BEING RIGHT.

YOU'RE TALKING ABOU THAT TRIANGLE THEORY?

DON'T LET HOLDSTEIN

GET WIND OF IT,

OR HE'LL RAKE YOU

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Patrick Phillips

Patrick Phillips is an American poet, professor, and translator. His 2015 poetry collection, Elegy for a Broken Machine (Alfred A. Knopf), was a finalist for the National Book Award for Poetry. His poems have appeared in many magazines, including Poetry, Ploughshares, The American Poetry Review, Harvard Review, DoubleTake, New England Review, and Virginia Quarterly Review, and have been featured on Garrison Keillor's show The Writer's Almanac on National Public Radio. He has been a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Copenhagen, and teaches writing and literature at Drew University. Patrick Phillips grew up in Gainesville, Georgia, and now lives in New York City. In January 2017, Phillips was announced as a faculty member of the 2017 Conference on Poetry at The Frost Place. more…

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