R | | Horror
A salvage crew that discovers a long-lost 1962 passenger ship floating lifeless in a remote region of the Bering Sea soon notices, as they prepare to tow it back to land, that strange things happen.
The Warner Bros. has decided that the film's opening credits should be exactly the same as it was back in the 1960s when the ship actually got lost at sea to make it look more authentic & realistic as possible as one was watching to a documentary.
I can't hold her much longer, Murph. Port bow is heeling. She's taking on way too much water.
Murphy says the boat was moving at a certain number of "knots an hour". "Knots" means "nautical miles per hour" so "knots an hour" is redundant.
The opening logos are tinted brown, and the typical Warner Bros. logo is instead an intentionally chintzy 60s style logo. All this ties into the infamous cruise ship opening.
English, Italian, Spanish
$11,503,423 (USA) (27 October 2002)
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