Ghost Ship

Ghost Ship
A salvage crew headed by Sean Murphy and Maureen Epps unknowingly board a haunted ship found floating in the Bering Strait. One by one, they soon find themselves falling victim to sinister death trap. Will they be able to thwart the plans of an evil soul collector or will they forever be part of the ghost ship’s crew? Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Ghost Ship”.

· After the crew finds the Antonia Graza, Murphy tells them the story of another ship, the Mary Celeste. According to his story, the Mary Celeste was traveling from Charleston, SC to London, England during the Civil War with a cargo of cotton. Fifty-nine days later, the ship was found in the Mediterranean, going twelve knots with no one aboard. However, the real story behind the Mary Celeste was the ship left New York in November 1872 with a cargo of American alcohol bound for Genoa, Italy. The ship was found in early December 1872 almost 600 miles off the coast of Gibraltar. The part of the story about no one being aboard the ship was true.

· The ghostly Francesca entices Greer to follow her. She stops at the elevator shaft and looks behind her. From the front view of her, Francesca’s arm is even with the door. But in the rear view, her arm is stretched above her head.

· When Epps enters Katie’s room, a suitcase is sitting to the left of the screen. A hat is underneath. But, after Epps looks around, the suitcase is shown again and the hat is now sitting on top of it.

· Santos is working in the engine room when oil squirts and splatters him in the face. During the rest of the scene, the oil changes position on his face and clothes.

“Ghost Ship” (2002) stars Gabriel Byrne, Juliana Margulies, Ron Eldard, Desmond Harrington, Isaiah Washington, Alex Dimitriades, Karl Urban and Emily Browning. It runs 91 minutes and is rated R for strong violence/gore, language and sexuality.

Get your copy of "Ghost Ship" at:






RSS
Related Articles
Editor's Picks Articles
Top Ten Articles
Previous Features
Site Map








Content copyright © 2019 by Isla Grey. All rights reserved.
This content was written by Isla Grey. If you wish to use this content in any manner, you need written permission. Contact Isla Grey for details.