Directed by: Wolfgang Petersen
Starring: Diane Lane, George Clooney, John C. Reilly, Karen Allen, Mark Wahlberg, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, William Fichtner
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama, Thriller
Revealing mistake: When the shark is on the deck of the Andrea Gail, you can see the equipment underneath it that is making it move. (00:47:30)
Revealing mistake: When Capt. Billy Tyne climbs up the boom to free the loose anchor, instead of a real flame on his cutting torch, there is what appears to be a piece of illuminated glass.
Revealing mistake: Towards the end when the boat is going up the huge wave, notice Billy and Bobby are keeping their balance although the boat is straight up and down.
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Dale 'Murph' Murphy: So, I guess you're the big hero, huh?David 'Sully' Sullivan: You would have done the same for me. Isn't that what I'm supposed to say?Dale 'Murph' Murphy: You can say what you want, but... I'm sure glad you know how to swim.David 'Sully' Sullivan: Well, that's real big of you, Murph.Dale 'Murph' Murphy: It's all I can manage right now. I'll work on it. All right?
When the crew pull the hook out of the man's hand, he puts a spoon in his mouth - its facing right, but when he's done it's facing left.
When he was filming The Perfect Storm, Mark Walhberg lived in a small room above the Crow's Nest. That's where his character, Bobby Shatford lived in real life.