PG-13 | | Drama, Fantasy, Romance
After a young man is murdered, his spirit stays behind to warn his lover of impending danger, with the help of a reluctant psychic.
The highest-grossing film of 1990.
Molly, you're in danger.
Oda Mae Brown: You can't just blurt it out like that! And quit moving around, because you're starting to make me dizzy. I'll just tell her in my own way.
Oda Mae Brown: Molly, you in danger, girl.
Carl hires Willie to mug Sam to get his wallet, presumably without killing him. However, had Sam lived, he would immediately have reported his code book missing, and the bank would have changed those codes. Carl would not have had enough time to conduct any transactions, as he is not called upon by his employers to do so until shortly before the end of business, several days after Sam's funeral.
The opening credits are half transparent like a ghost.
U.S. TV edits replace the Subway Ghost's line "Fuck you" with "Forget you."
$12,191,540 (USA) (15 July 1990)