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Ghost Ship (Fullscreen Edition) Review

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Ghost Ship (Fullscreen Edition)
Rotting bodies are not what makes Ghost Ship stink (1 out of 2 people agreed with this review)

blacklegend, United States of America (Reviewer Ranking: 8) wrote this review on September 24, 2005:

I was lured in by the cast, unfortunately I don't know what lured them in. Juliana Margulies character flipped back and forth between Ripley from Alien and her character from ER. Alex Dimitriades realized about thirty minutes in his character was Latino and at that point changed his accent accordingly. Gabriel Byrne was completely forgetable (good news for him) and the rest of the cast was the same as we've seen many times before; Jive talkin' black guy, goofy stoner, etc. The beginning and ending seems like it may have been a good and original idea at one time, unfortunately the seventy-five minutes in between were predictable. A little girl pops up on an empty ship, oooh. Two guys sit down to eat a can of forty year old beans surprised at how good they are, you know what came after that. The little girl pops up again. After the slow timing and unscary and unsatisfying surprises I could have cared less about the ending. I don't think this one would be scary if I were watching it alone in the dark on a deserted ship.

Video Rating: 7777777777
Audio Rating: 9999999999
Extras Rating: 8888888888
Movie Rating: 6666666666
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