Corrected entry: Late in the movie it shows the crew shooting the passengers and they fall into the pool. Where did all of the bones go to?
Corrected entry: In the scene where the captain's face is falling off because of the wire, he is leaning forward. However, in the next shot his body falls backwards, though he should have fallen forwards.
Corrected entry: Accounting for the forty year time period, and the amount it takes the human body to decompose, there should be some signs of human remains. The only thing Epps finds is the skeleton of Katie. All of the people in the pool, on the deck, and everywhere else, should have left skeletal remains at least. But there aren't any, save for Katie's.
Corrected entry: When the soul collector (disguised as Dodge) enters the room where Epps is rigging the C-4 to blow up the ship, he walks down a set of stairs and across a long catwalk. When he reached Epps and begins ranting, he turns around, takes a single step and grabs the shotgun to throw in the water. How did the gun get there? During his walk across the cat walk we can see that he isn't carrying the gun.
Corrected entry: When the lady in red blows a hole in the guy who blew away his friends gets killed, the hook that kills her somehow lifts her off the ground, she is swinging but her feet are off the ground, but if the hook had really hit her her feet would be scraping the ground.
Corrected entry: There are two photographs on the ship. One of the sole survivor, and one of the other sinking ship encountered two days before the Antonia Graza went missing. They were not Polaroids, and therefore would have needed to be developed somewhere. Since the ship never made it to shore after either event, where did the photgraphs come from?
Corrected entry: In all the chaos on board the ship, and the race for the gold, why do two crewmen take the time to carry Katie to her room and hang her rather than just cutting her throat as they did with everyone else? It makes for a good scare when Epps finds her still-hanging body, but makes no sense given the events around them at the time.
Corrected entry: During the original takeover of the ship and killing of the passengers and crew, the Jaguar in the cargo hold was riddled with bullets. When the salvage crew arrives, a great deal is made by one of the crew about finding the car intact. Even after decades of rust and corrosion the bullet holes should have been noticeable (not to mention the shell casings on the deck).
Corrected entry: If the ship didn't make any stops after they picked up the soulkeeper from the sinking ship. Then how did they get the guns on board?
Corrected entry: After Epps is rescued by the cruise ship, she is seen being placed in an ambulance. The cruise ship is docked in the Port of Vancouver, Canada. About 3,000 miles north as a crow flies is the Bering Strait where the "ghost ship" is. The Bering Strait is a 25 mile gap between Alaska and Russia. Why would a cruise ship be up there if it was enroute to New York USA from Italy in the Mediterranean? Also there is no McKenzie Bay Airbase in North America.
Corrected entry: The beautiful singer Francesca is supposed to be Italian, but has a really funny way of pronouncing 'Senza fine'. While the actress is Italian, the person dubbing her over definitely isn't.
Corrected entry: When the woman opens the door in the laundrette a load of bodies float out but if they have been rotting for 40 odd years they would have decomposed by now.
Corrected entry: When Juliana Marguiles is handed the cigarette, she inhales and says something like, "That feels good," but no smoke comes out when she exhales.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the line cuts everyone in half, most of the passangers are cut through the middle of their waists and arms, which would put it around three feet. The fact the little girl didn't get at least the top of her hair cut and the man she was dancing with got his head cut in half would only make sense if they were midgets.
Corrected entry: In the scene of Julie's first conversation with the ghost of Katie, the locket naturally passes through the ghost's hand. However, the light from the resting flashlight illuminates one half of Katie's body. An apparition that cannot stop metal would also not stop the beam of light.
Corrected entry: The ship supposedly had about 4600 people and 500 crew, but a handful of the crew managed to kill off the entire ship by themselves? A majority seemed to be with just a razor blade which it took two of them to carry out. You would think some of the passengers could fight back and overpower the bad guys.