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The Perfect Storm is a 2000 American biographical disaster drama film directed by Wolfgang Petersen and based on the 1997 creative non-fiction book of the same name by Sebastian Junger. The film was adapted by William D. Wittliff, with an uncredited rewrite by Bo Goldman, and tells the story of the Andrea Gail, a commercial fishing vessel that was lost at sea with all hands after being caught in the Perfect Storm of 1991. The film stars George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, Diane Lane, William Fichtner, Karen Allen, Bob Gunton, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and John C. Reilly. It was released on June 30, 2000, by Warner Bros. and grossed $328 million worldwide.
In October 1991, the commercial swordfishing boat Andrea Gail returns to port in Gloucester, Massachusetts, with a poor catch. Boat owner Bob Brown ridicules and taunts Captain Billy Tyne over his recent cold streak . Desperate to redeem himself, Captain Tyne convinces the Andrea Gail crew to join him for one more late-season fishing expedition. The crew heads out past their usual fishing grounds on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland, leaving a developing tropical storm behind them. Initially unsuccessful, they head to the Flemish Cap, where their luck greatly improves. After amassing thousands of pounds of fish, the ice machine breaks down; the only way to sell their catch before it spoils is to hurry back to shore. However, between Andrea Gail and Gloucester is a confluence of two powerful weather fronts and a hurricane, which the crew underestimates.
As the crew of Andrea Gail battles the raging sea, a strong wind breaks the ship s radio antenna just as Hurricane Grace and the northern weather front merge with each other atop them. Rookie fisherman Bobby Shatford attempts to fix it but can only watch helplessly as the antenna breaks off and disappears into the sky. Shortly after, Captain Linda Greenlaw of sister ship Hannah Boden calls in a Mayday for the Andrea Gail. A New York Air National Guard HH-60 Pave Hawk rescue helicopter responds, but after failing to perform a midair refueling with an HC-130 Hercules, the helicopter crew aborts the mission and ditch their aircraft. All but one of the Air National Guard crew members are rescued by a Coast Guard vessel, the USCGC Tamaroa.
The Andrea Gail endures various problems including 40 foot waves crashing onto the deck, a broken stabilizer ramming the side of the ship with a loose anchor, and two crew members briefly getting thrown overboard. The ship struggles to sail through pounding waves and shrieking winds, while friends and family worry and wait for news. Billy makes a successful attempt to turn the boat around. However, the vessel encounters an enormous rogue wave. They attempt to drive the boat over the wave, but it crests before it can get to the top and is overturned. Billy elects to go down with his ship, the rest of the crew are trapped inside the living quarters, and only one, Bobby, manages to get out. He surfaces and watches as Andrea Gail rights herself before sinking stern-first into the depths of the Atlantic. Bobby silently says goodbye to his girlfriend and loved ones as the rapidly rising swell carries him away.
There are no survivors; Linda reads the eulogy at the memorial. Later, as she heads out to sea again, she remembers Billy soliloquizing about what it means to be a sword (fish) boat captain.
- George Clooney as Frank William Billy Tyne, Jr., captain of Andrea Gail, a swordfishing boat. Billy is a divorced father of two daughters, who is determined to undertake one last fishing trip before the end of the season to make up for a recent string of poor catches. Petersen asked Harrison Ford to play the role but declined, his second choice was Nicolas Cage who also turned it down, and Mel Gibson was offered the role but wanted too much money.
- Mark Wahlberg as Robert Bobby Shatford, the least experienced of the crew of Andrea Gail. Bobby is the son of Ethel Shatford, the owner of the Crow s Nest, and boyfriend to Chris Cotter. He enjoys commercial fishing, but his deepening relationship with Chris (coupled with her reluctance to let him sail again) creates conflict within himself and between the couple. Yet, he is compelled by the potential to earn more money at sea than he could make with a job on shore to sign on for one last trip.
- John C. Reilly as Dale Murph Murphy, senior crewmember on Andrea Gail. Murph is a veteran fisherman who is divorced with a son with whom he s very involved. Murph has a rocky relationship with crewmember David Sully Sullivan.
- Diane Lane as Christina Chris Cotter, girlfriend of Bobby Shatford. She does not want Bobby to go on the trip because of a bad feeling she has about it. She spends her time during the last fishing trip decorating an apartment she has rented as a surprise for Bobby to symbolize her commitment to him.
- William Fichtner as David Sully Sullivan, crewmember on Andrea Gail. He signed on to replace crew member Douglas Dougie Kosco, who gave up his site after the last trip. Sully and Murph initially have an antagonistic relationship that is fueled in part by Sully s past involvement with Murph s ex-wife, although the details are not made clear in the film.
- John Hawkes as Michael Bugsy Moran, a member of Andrea Gail s crew. Bugsy s somewhat comic inability to connect with women appears to change on the eve of the trip, when he meets Irene, a divorced mother at the Crow s Nest.
- Allen Payne as Alfred Pierre, one of the crew of Andrea Gail.
- Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio as Linda Greenlaw, the captain of Hannah Boden. Linda and Billy both captain ships for the same owner and maintain a friendly rivalry. She is concerned about Billy and his crew s going out in what she considers dangerous weather. Linda is the last to speak to Andrea Gail.
- Karen Allen as Melissa Brown, crewmember on Mistral.
- Bob Gunton as Alexander McAnally III, owner of Mistral, a yacht caught in the storm.
- Christopher McDonald as Todd Gross, a Boston meteorologist working for the WNEV-TV (the present day WHDH-TV).
- Dash Mihok as Sergeant Jeremy Mitchell, a pararescueman on the New York Air National Guard rescue helicopter.
- Josh Hopkins as Captain Darryl Ennis.
- Michael Ironside as Bob Brown, owner of Andrea Gail and Hannah Boden. Although Brown seems to harbor a deep-seated recognition of Tyne s skills at catching fish, he nevertheless pressures Tyne over the latter s recent inability to bring in larger hauls, resulting in an uneasy relationship between the two.
- Cherry Jones as Edie Bailey, crewmember on Mistral.
- Rusty Schwimmer as Irene “Big Red” Johnson, a divorced mother of two children.
- Janet Wright as Ethel Shatford, Bobby s mother, who supports his relationship with Christina.
- Todd Kimsey as Lieutenant Rob Pettit.
Other notable appearances include Joseph D. Reitman as Douglas Kosco and Sandy Ward as Quentin (The Old Timer), a retired fisherman.
The Andrea Gail
A ship similar to Andrea Gail, Lady Grace, was used during the filming of the movie. Most of the names used were not changed for the fictional film, but in response two lawsuits were later filed by certain families of the crew members. The film only claims to be based on a true story , and differs in many ways from the book starting with the fictionalization of the material into a story . The events shown in the film after the Andrea Gail s last radio contact are pure speculation, as the boat and the bodies of the crew were never found.
Contrary to the movie s storyline, Captain Linda Greenlaw says she did not place a distress call on behalf of Andrea Gail. Without a distress call (directly) from the imperiled vessel, the Coast Guard will not initiate a search until the vessel is five days overdue in port, Greenlaw said. She had also been 600 miles east of the Andrea Gail when she went down (not west as depicted), and stated They never indicated they were in trouble. They just never came back. The 1993 U.S. Coast Guard s investigative report said that Andrea Gail was experiencing 30-foot waves and winds from anywhere from 50 to 80 kn (58 to 92 mph) around the time of the last communication. The conditions, though threatening, were probably not unfamiliar to Tyne, who had been a successful fisherman for about a decade on other vessels, taking trips to the Grand Banks and fishing off Florida, the Carolinas, and elsewhere. The investigative report did however mention a buoy off the coast of Nova Scotia recording a record wave height of 100.7 ft (30.7 m).
Hurricane Grace is exaggerated in the movie when it is referred to by a weather forecaster as a category 5 storm, which has winds sustained at over 137 knots (≥ 157 mph). In reality, the hurricane had already peaked at category 2 intensity and ocean buoy monitors recorded wind gusts at 65 knots (75 mph) around the time Andrea Gail sank. In the movie, Tyne and his crew agreed to head into the dangerous storm in order to save their fish from spoiling. Greenlaw acknowledged that Tyne did mention having ice problems, but that was not unusual. My one gripe about movie was how Warner Brothers depicted Billy Tyne and his crew as making a very conscious decision to steam into a storm that they knew was dangerous, said Greenlaw. That is not what happened. Andrea Gail was three days into their steam home when the storm hit. Whatever happened to Andrea Gail happened very quickly.
An Air National Guard helicopter was dispatched from Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base on Long Island, New York, but not in response to the Andrea Gail or Satori (Mistral in the movie). The helicopter departed mid-storm on a mission to help save a lone Japanese fisherman from a sinking sailboat 250 miles off the New Jersey coast. Unsuccessful and running low on fuel, the Air National Guard Sikorsky HH-60G helicopter was compelled to attempt a mid-flight refueling maneuver. The zero-visibility conditions thwarted their efforts, however, and lacking enough fuel to make the flight back to the Long Island base, the crew were forced to ditch the helicopter. After a search by Tamaroa, four of the HH-60 s crew were picked up; one was never seen again. The Japanese yachtsman was later rescued by a Romanian cargo ship.
When asked about the portrayal of Sully in the movie, Cathy Sullivan Mustone, an older sister of David Sully Sullivan, said she was disappointed. They made my brother s character out to be a hothead, she said. I guess every movie needs a villain, but my brother was a funny guy with a loud laugh and a big smile. He had a lot of guts and he loved fishing. In fact, Sullivan s bravery and quick thinking made headlines on a different boat—Harmony. One night during a winter fishing trip, Harmony began taking on water while tied to another boat. The crew of Harmony yelled for help, hoping to wake the nearby crew. No one woke, so Sullivan dove into the icy water, pulling himself on the ropes that tied the boats together. As a result of his bravery, Harmony s crew was saved. Mustone said, At least in the movie, they did represent my brother s bravery in a water rescue scene. He was a good man. And I just know he is at peace in heaven, safe with our Dad.
The crew members of Satori (renamed Mistral in the movie) were not rescued by an Air National Guard helicopter, but rather by a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter. The helicopter was changed in the film after the Air National Guard had issues consulting with the movie producers. According to the owner s son, Satori never made a 360° roll, although it had two knockdowns, during which it lay on its side for about 30 seconds. In response to requests by the crew, Captain Ray Leonard permitted the two crewmembers to make a position report over radio, during which they made an unauthorized Mayday call. One of those crewmembers reported that she was so convinced that she was going to die that she wrote her name down and put it into a plastic bag duct-taped to her stomach so her body could be identified.
There is controversy over whether the Captain was drunk, as charged by the women in the book, with Leonard objecting to this characterization. Out of compassion for the expected loss of his boat, the Coast Guard did not test his blood alcohol levels at the time. The Coast Guard declared the voyage manifestly unsafe and ordered everyone off-board, including the unwilling skipper. The Coast Guard first tried to take them on board via an inflatable boat, but after it was damaged when trying to approach Satori they sent a helicopter, which is a much riskier approach, as a rescue swimmer must jump into dangerous seas. The Coast Guard helicopter did not try to lower rescue gear onto the yacht (as shown in the movie, where it gets entangled with the mast), but rather asked the crew of Satori to jump overboard to meet a rescue swimmer in the water. Leonard eventually complied with the request.
After the storm, Leonard searched for the Satori, hoping to find her still afloat, but in spite of his attempts she was found a few days later washed ashore on a Maryland beach, a bag of personal belongings still on deck. Leonard paid for a 60-foot fishing vessel to drag her off the beach, helped by a channel dug by Park Rangers who had been guarding the boat. He continued to sail the boat until he sold her to a new owner in 2000.
The Perfect Storm received mixed reviews from critics, with a 47% approval rating on critic site Rotten Tomatoes, based on 135 reviews, and an average rating of 5.59/10, with a consensus of, While the special effects are well done and quite impressive, this film suffers a lack of any actual drama or characterization. The end result is a film that offers nifty eye-candy and nothing else. Metacritic assigned the film a weighted average score of 59 out of 100, based on 36 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews .
The Perfect Storm was a box office success. On its opening weekend, it debuted with $42 million ahead of Sony s The Patriot and eventually brought in over $182.6 million in the United States, and $146.1 million around the world to a total of $328.7 million worldwide.
The film was nominated for 2 Academy Awards, Best Sound (John T. Reitz, Gregg Rudloff, David E. Campbell and Keith A. Wester), and Best Visual Effects (Walt Conti, Stefen Fangmeier, John Frazier and Habib Zargarpour) but lost both to Gladiator. However, it was also nominated for a Stinker Award for Most Intrusive Musical Score.
The movie was partially filmed in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
After the film was released, the families of two crew members sued the film makers for the fictionalization of events which happened prior to the loss of Andrea Gail. In May 2002, the Florida Supreme Court ruled against the family of Captain Tyne by a 6–2 vote. Some unnamed families also sued the producers in federal district court, claiming that their names were used without their permission, and that facts were changed. The district court, which is also located in Florida, dismissed the case, as in their opinion the defendants First Amendment right to freedom of speech barred the suit. The plaintiffs appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit, which could not decide how to interpret the Florida law at issue and certified the question to the Florida Supreme Court. In the end, the Florida Supreme Court upheld the district court s interpretation of Florida law, and thereupon the 11th Circuit affirmed the prior decision to dismiss the case.
|Plot||An unusually intense storm pattern catches some commercial fishermen unaware and puts them in mortal danger.|
|Awards||Nominated for 2 Oscars, 4 wins & 27 nominations total|
|Writers||Sebastian Junger, William D. Wittliff|
|Stars||George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, John C. Reilly|
|Produced by||Alan B. Curtiss,Duncan Henderson,Gail Katz,Barry Levinson,Brian McNulty,Wolfgang Petersen,Paula Weinstein|
|Music by||James Horner|
|Cinematography by||John Seale|
|Film Editing by||Richard Francis-Bruce|
|Casting By||Janet Hirshenson,Jane Jenkins|
|Production Design by||William Sandell|
|Art Direction by||Chas. Butcher,Bruce Crone|
|Set Decoration by||Ernie Bishop|
|Costume Design by||Erica Edell Phillips|
|Makeup Department||Marleen Alter,Susan A. Cabral,Ken Diaz,Rob Fitz,Virginia G. Hadfield,Paula Kelly,Vivian McAteer,Donald Mowat,Norman Page,Michele Payne,Diane Pepper,Emma C. Rotondi,Waldo Sanchez,Adam Brandy,Ryan McDowell,Trish Seeney,Clinton Wayne|
|Production Management||Todd Arnow,Duncan Henderson,Brian McNulty,R.J. Mino|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||David M. Bernstein,Susan Carpenter,David Eric Chapman,Alan B. Curtiss,David R. Ellis,Michael Green,Robert Huberman,Rebecca Strickland,Basti Van Der Woude|
|Art Department||William Apperson,James Arrigo,Craig B. Ayers Sr.,Beth Bajuk,Giovanni Bianchini,William Boyd,Robert Carbajal,James Champoux,Tony Chavez,Christine Kaseta Cornelius,Sam Dean,Gary Deaton,Antonio Faretta,Steven Fidler,Julia Garrison,Anthony Gaudio,Martin J. Gibbons,Mark Hudson,James D. Hurd,Kevin Ishioka,George Jenson,Jack Johnson,Martha Johnston,Tom Jung,Philip Keller,Airick Kredell,Robert Kusler,Gerald Lehtola,John Leimanis,Butch McCarthy,Doug J. Meerdink,Gary Metzen,Tony Miller,Jefferson Murff,Daniel P. Murphy,Jeff O Bannon,Rick Osako,Michael Parent,William A. Petrotta,Steve Salazar,David Sandefur,Greg Sanger,Kenneth Sayers,Theodore Suchecki,Bill Taliaferro,Gary Tuers,Bruce West,Louis Zamora,Michael Denering,Michael Goss,Adam Roffman,Kenneth Salter|
|Sound Department||Kevin Bartnof,Stu Bernstein,Kelly Cabral,David E. Campbell,Kerry Carmean-Williams,Harry Cohen,Gloria D Alessandro,Valerie Davidson,Richard Dwan Jr.,Gregg Frazier,Scott Martin Gershin,Nerses Gezalyan,Hector C. Gika,Eric Gotthelf,Laura Graham,Detlef Halaski,Ellen Heuer,Craig S. Jaeger,Mark Johnston,Randy Kelley,Kimaree Long,Jennifer L. Mann,Randy Nielsen,Michele Perrone,John T. Reitz,Gregg Rudloff,Timothy P. Salmon,Scott Sanders,Douglas J. Schulman,Katrina Siegmund,Wylie Stateman,Jon Title,Hugh Waddell,Keith A. Wester,Jeffrey Wilhoit,Tom Williams,Wade Wilson,Greg Zimmerman,Steve Bedaux,Jeff Glueck,Donnie Saylor|
|Special Effects by||H. Barclay Aaris,Brian Pyro Adams,David Amborn,Taylor Ball,Ty Boyce,Wayne Burnes,Roy K. Cancino,Walt Conti,Eric Dressor,John Frazier,Tommy Frazier,Robert Fuhrmann,Rocky Gehr,Bruce D. Hayes,R.J. Hohman,Ralph Kerr,Bruce Y. Kuroyama,Ken Mieding,Martin Montoya,Carlo Perez,Brian Ricci,Ed Ricci,Eddie Ricci,Michael Rifkin,Dominic V. Ruiz,Bob Stoker,Christopher A. Suarez,James G. Thomas,Gregory Twiford,Kenneth Van Order,Mario Vanillo,Tim Walkey,Ray L. Wilkerson,Bryan Wohlers,Ross Young,John Ziegler,Andrew Ambrose,Tim Northon,David M. Sterner,Gary Zink|
|Visual Effects by||Julie Adrianson-Neary,Tim Alexander,Joakim Arnesson,Joel Aron,V. Scott Balcerek,Michael Baltazar,Tom Barrett,Aron Bonar,Matt Bouchard,Steve Braggs,Jason Brown,Michaela Calanchini,Damien Carr,Tami Carter,Marc Chu,Paul Churchill,Robbie Clot,Pat Conran,Michael Conte,Ryan Cook,Jay Cooper,Peter Daulton,Kathleen Davidson,Vince De Quattro,Lindy DeQuattro,Helen Elswit,Raul Essig,Stefen Fangmeier,Mitchell Ferm,Christian Foucher,David Fuhrer,Todd Fulford,Howard Gersh,Bill Gilman,Dan B. Goldman,Monique Gougeon,Gerald Gutschmidt,David Hanks,Jonathan Harb,Kimberly Headstrom,John Helms,Neil Herzinger,David Hisanaga,Bruce Holcomb,Samir Hoon,David Horsley,Christopher Horvath,Polly Ing,Keith Johnson,Randy Jonsson,Stephen Kennedy,Hilmar Koch,Ed Kramer,Marshall Richard Krasser,Gregor Lakner,Jeroen Lapre,Kimberly Lashbrook,Toan-Vinh Le,Mohen Leo,Joshua Levine,Stewart Lew,Gretchen Libby,Jeffrey B. Light,Matt Linder,Jonathan Litt,Daniel Lobl,Sean MacKenzie,Douglas R. MacMillan,Greg Maloney,Jim Milton,Curt I. Miyashiro,Jack Mongovan,Jim Morris,Melissa Mullin,Daryl Munton,Aaron Muszalski,Jai Natarajan,C. Andrew Nelson,Gregory Nic Nicholson,Jaime Norman,Masi Oka,Michael Olague,Khatsho John Orfali,David Parrish,Eddie Pasquarello,Mayur Patel,Russell Paul,Anthony Pitone,Cliff Plumer,Henry Preston,Ricardo Ramos,Philippe Rebours,Kevin Reuter,Stephen Rosenbaum,Kim Ross,Barry Safley,Leslie Safley,Jeff Saltzman,Robin Saxen,Frederic Schmidt,Durant Schoon,Anthony Shafer,Jeff Shank,Paul Sharpe,Stacey Shear,Emmanuel Shiu,Kenneth Smith,Douglas Smythe,Kevin Sprout,Nigel Sumner,Jeff Sutherland,Doug Sutton,Doug Swam,Ginger Theisen,Marc Toscano,Patrick Tubach,Hans Uhlig,John Walker,Judith Weaver,Robert Weaver,Susan M. Weeks,R. Christopher White,Ronnie E. Williams Jr.,Andy Wong,Sylvia Wong,Elbert Yen,Habib Zargarpour,Ken Ziegler,Katharine Baird,Wayne Billheimer,Stella Bogh,Erik A. Candiani,Michael Ford,Kirk Henderson,Lloyd Hess,Jiri Jacknowitz,Erik Krumrey,Joseph Metten,Kevin Rafferty,Massimiliano Rocchetti,Marc Sadeghi,George Sakellariou,Nicole Samarron,Chuck Shuman,Brian Sorbo,Katrina Stovold,David Sullivan,Catherine Tate,R.D. Wegener|
|Stunts||Brian Avery,Daniel W. Barringer,Richard L. Blackwell,Robin Lynn Bonaccorsi,Joey Box,Michael T. Brady,Richard Bucher,Mark Chadwick,Jacob Chambers,Doug Coleman,Eliza Coleman,Mitchell Dean,J. Mark Donaldson,Dana Dru Evenson,Mickey Giacomazzi,Sean Graham,Jimmy Hart,John Hateley,Mark Hicks,Terry Jackson,Billy Judkins,David Kilde,Kurt D. Lott,Brad Martin,Harry O Connor,Chris O Hara,Tim Rigby,James Ryan,Brandon Sebek,Paul Sherrod,Mark Stefanich,Pete Turner,Jennifer Watson-Johnston,George P. Wilbur,Keith Woulard,Joey Box,Michael T. Brady,Sean Graham,Ray Lykins,Brad Martin,Tom McComas,Chris Palermo,George Marshall Ruge,Brandon Sebek,Pete Turner|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Antar Abderrahman Jr.,Alfred Ainsworth Jr.,Elizabeth Algieri,Rebecca Allen,Dana Baker,Wayne Baker,Claudette Barius,Huston Beaumont,Chris Bennett,Richard Brooks Burton,James Callanan,Gary Capo,Cary Caraway,John Carney,Kary Chapman,James B. Crawford,Carlos DePalma,Porfirio Dominguez,Michael Dynice,Curtis Failor,Paul Farley,Daniel C. Gold,Carlos Gonzalez,Jeff Graham,Bill Green,Michael Guthrie,Rick Harris,Erik Hecomovich,Robert Ikeda,Casey Jones,Brendan Keefe,Joe Kelly,James Keys,Zachary K. Lazar,Walt Lloyd,Trevor Loomis,Kim Marks,Jesse Mather,Peter McAdams,Annie McEveety,John McEveety,Brian McPherson,James R. Mitchell,Bob Munoz,Patrick Murray,Chris Nickerson,David B. Nowell,Jeff Pelton,Michael Pescasio,Brian A. Pitts,Glen Purdy,Michael E. Reynolds,Daryl Richardson,Brian Rosso,Michael Rudolph,Cary Sachs,Mike Schwake,Heather Scobie,Cricket Sloat,Tim Stratton,Joseph T. Terranova,John Turk,Chuck Turner,Carl A. Vidnic,Donald J. Vos,Greg Wilson,Greg Wimer,Joe L. Wright,Matthew E. Alper,Michael-Ryan Fletchall,Mark Mele,John Rhode,Stephen Thorp|
|Animation Department||Andy Wong|
|Casting Department||Judith Bouley,Kevin Fennessy,Catia Salvadori,Steve Spiker,Kevin Vargus,Wendy Washbrook,Kevin Fennessy,David Rapaport,Timothy Rose|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Dominick De Rasmo,Lisa A. Doyle,April Hunter,Cookie Lopez,Donna Marcione Pollack,Aimee McCue,Mark Peterson,Hayley Stuppel,John M. Jack Wright|
|Editorial Department||Toby Francis-Bruce,David E. Hall,Mo Henry,Doug Lovett,Robert C. Lusted,David Orr,Jim Schermerhorn,Jennifer Spenelli,Bill Daly,Jonathan Malden|
|Location Management||H. Franklin Baker III,Jeff Crandall,T.J. Healy II,Dan O. Healy,Michael John Meehan,Andy Weltman|
|Music Department||Joseph Alfuso,Steven Bernstein,Bob Bornstein,Maureen Crowe,Wade Culbreath,Sandy DeCrescent,Bruce Dukov,Jim Henrikson,James Horner,Carl Johnson,Brian Kilgore,London Symphony Orchestra,Barbara McDermott,Joe E. Rand,J.A.C. Redford,Simon Rhodes,Cassandra Richburg,J. Eric Schmidt,James Thatcher,Dirk Van Fleet,Dave Wells,Carter Armstrong,Orion Crawford,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,James Horner|
|Script and Continuity Department||Dianne Dreyer,Bo Goldman|
|Transportation Department||Denise Avallon,Don Haggerty,Antonio Molina|
|Additional Crew||Geoff Abadee,Tom Ajar,Richard Alonso,Daniel Bailey,Alex Barnoya,Jackie Brady Baugh,Daniel Berkowitz,Kevin Bissada,Jenifer Bonisteel,John Bonnin,Joseph Bouvier,Anna Bradley,Francie Brown,David Bruno,Candice Campos,Al Cerullo,Carlos A. de Castro,Carol Demarti,Louis Farah,Danielle Fenati,Stacy Foot,Cory Foster,Michelle Gold,Angela Goodwin,Peter D. Graves,Amy Gross,F. Carl Hansen,Rob Harris,Patrick J. Healy,Erik Heiberg,Denise Heinrich,Aaron Huffman,Polly Johnsen,Jamie Kehoe,Kevin H. Law,Jim Lipman,Jeff Lovely,Kris Fullan Martinez,Kevin McNamara,Douglas C. Merrifield,Cabernet Murray,Mike Nomad,Ed Nyerick,Matthew H. O Connor,Chris Papajohn,Paris Paul,Al Perry,Kim Quam,Humberto Ramirez Jr.,Shannon Ratcliffe,Judith Reeves,Guy Richardson,Ahmed Saker,Jennifer Scott,Eric D. Shain,Steven E. Simon,Sue Smith,Jeffrey D. Stevens,Andrea Stockert,Kay Sweeney,Catherine H. Vlasuk,Victoria A. Zamora,Katie Zaslaw,Robert Zullo,Bill Casale,Tom Giannazzo,T.J. Healy II,Rick Hicks,Paolo Paci,Andrea Stockert|
|Thanks||John Alzapiedi,Philip M. Strub|
|Genres||Action, Adventure, Drama|
|Companies||Warner Bros., Baltimore Spring Creek Productions, Radiant Productions|