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Written by John Chard on July 24, 2014

Wetter than a fishes bathing costume.

It’s a pretty unadventurous title that matches the content of the film. Directed by Steve Beck and starring Gabriel Byrne, Desmond Harrington, Ron Eldard and Julianna Margulies, plot finds a salvage crew discovering a long lost passenger liner out in the remote Bering Sea. With the laws of the sea stating that they can keep what they find, they are delighted to find gold on board. But it’s not long before strange things start to happen.

It starts of real well with a bloody and gruesome prelude, the production design is super and everything is in place... read the rest.

Written by Gimly on May 31, 2017

I remember thinking this was good as a child... I was wrong.

Final rating:★½: - Boring/disappointing. Avoid if possible.

Written by Wuchak on June 23, 2018

Ghostly happenings on a decades-lost lost ocean liner

RELEASED IN 2002 and directed by Steve Beck, "Ghost Ship" revolves around salvagers finding a mysterious ship in the Bering Sea that's been lost for four decades and they intend to claim it, but things go from strange to worse as they board the eerie vessel and try to tow it to harbor.

The cast is strong, headed by Gabriel Byrne. Emily Brown appears as a 12 year-old girl. Julianna Margulies looks fine but they don't do enough with her. Francesca Rettondini is also on hand. Let's just say the low-budget "Ghost Voyage" (2008) is better... read the rest.

Written by JPV852 on September 17, 2020

Another second viewing flick, wasn't a big fan the first time and basically thought the same now. There are some fun cheesy moments here and there but kind of like Thirteen Ghosts (same director), has some interesting ideas that don't amount to much. Course, I'm also not much of a fan of supernatural horror movies as they play fast and loose with the rules. 2.5/5

Written by Wiccaburr on September 23, 2020

Besides THAT epic death scene, this movie is mildly entertaining.
It has flaws and a terrible story, which I admit the reveal was amusing.
If you like terror on the seas but amusingly bad to riff on, this’ll be the movie.
That opening scene is memorable for a reason though and basically overshadowed the rest of the movie.

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