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The 6th Day (Bilingual)


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  • Actors: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Rapaport, Tony Goldwyn, Michael Rooker, Sarah Wynter
  • Directors: Roger Spottiswoode
  • Writers: Cormac Wibberley, Marianne Wibberley
  • Producers: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Cormac Wibberley, Daniel Petrie Jr., David Coatsworth, David Latham
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 14 and over
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Jan. 1 2002
  • Run Time: 123 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000056PMU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #25,722 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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In the not-too-distant future, when cloning plants, pets, and human organs is accepted, a sinister corporation has begun illegally duplicating entire human beings. They mistakenly clone the wrong man; a man who is now the only one with the power to expose their evil. They desperately want to kill him, but he will do anything to reclaim his family and life.

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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By falcon TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Oct. 20 2007
Format: DVD
Arnold Schwarzenegger play Adam Gibson,an average man in the not too
distant future.Well,there is one tiny difference.Adam has been
cloned.The company that cloned him wants him dead,so they can erase the
evidence.so,while Adam's clone takes over his life,Adam must find a way
to get his life back,all the while trying to avoid being killed by the
corporation.that's the gist of the story.there are bigger(much bigger
things going on here and we'll live it at that.if you want to know
more,you will have to watch the movie.Wendy Crewson plays Adam/fake
Adam's wife.Michael Rapaport and Sarah Wynter,among others,play
supporting roles.the film obviously brings up ethical and moral issues
involved in cloning,and the fact that it is set in the not too distant
future,may be a trifle settling.all that aside this is one of Arnie's
better films.obviously,there's a bit more substance involved,and Arnie
is quite convincing in the role off Adam.but don't despair,action
buffs,there is a lot of that too.and of course people get shot and
killed(it wouldn't be an Arnie movie without).this movie gets an 4/5
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Contrary to a lot of people's beliefs, this movie is not a rip on Total Recall, just merely along the same lines of internal conflict. People who have recently seen the outstanding "I Robot" will no doubt see where some of the inspiration came. Just as Will Smith is wary of the robots, Schwarzneggar's Adam character is wary of a pet-cloning company called RePet. The plot goes that the president of the most powerful cloning company is assasinated by anti-cloning radicals in a helicopter with Adam's friend, who was identified to be Adam. Because of this, the President and Adam are both cloned and Adam comes home to find his clone celebrating his own birthday through the window. Arnie then goes on a hunt to track down the cloning operation and get to the bottom of the huge mess that has been thrust into his life.
Like "I Robot", the movie has a great amount of twists and turns, and like "Total Recall", Arnold wonders who he is (6th day- Am I a clone? Total Recall - is this real, or just part of the Recall program?) The movie is also fairly family friendly (save for a few violent but bloodless/suggestive scenes) and is PG-13, an absolute rarity for an Arnold action movie, especially considering the graphic and gratuitous violence of "Total Recall". Arnold also plays an average joe, not a killing maching like in "Commando", which is refreshing. Having said all that, this is a great rental movie for average viewers, and if you liked "I Robot" or "Total Recall" (or love Ah-nuld, hey, who doesn't? :-) then this is well worth the price of admission.
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The 6th Day tries to clone the style of several Arnold Schwarzenegger movies. The film copies some setting elements of the contemporary Jingle All the Way and True Lies and replicates Total Recall's near futuristic storyline. Unfortunately, like a real clone, this film looks the same on the outside but lacks the personality. warmth, and depth of any of the original films.
The plot about a man being illegally cloned to cover up the death of an executive just doesn't work. Ironically the 6th Day comes off like a PC clone of Paul Verhoven's ultra violent superior 1990 film Total Recall. That film's plot centers on the mystery of whether or not Schwarzenegger character's memories are real or not. The 6th Day Poses a similar question asking the audience to question is Schwarzenegger a clone or not. Unfortunately, We get cheated out of what could have been an interesting mystery because this film answers that question by the half-hour mark. With the main question of the mystery answered, the whole film falls flat and turns into a Scene for scene cleaned up PC version of Total Recall set in the bland, boring suburb where Jingle All the Way happened. Watching the 6th Day I found myself missing Total Recall; that film's violence had a purpose in the plot and gave the film a dark, gritty feel of life in the big city in the near future. Best of all, the violence forced the futuristic details to blend into the backgrounds. In this violence-free film the futuristic details stick out like a bunch of pink flamingoes. The details such as Arnold's jetcopter, RePets to a simdoll and a reference to the defunct XFL, and quarterbacks earning $300 million, don't blend in the background to give us a picture of life in the era; they come to the forefront and get in the way of the story and characters.
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The 6th day may be the only action flick Arnold has made within the past few years that I actually liked. It is filled with good gun battles, chase scenes and many cool futuristic stuff. This movie had a good plot and beside of all the cheesy humor, it is definitely a good film. I just saw this on ABC (It premiered today) and I loved it. Here is the movie's plot.
Arnold is Adam Gibson. An average man whose life soon changes into a total nightmare. When a secret organization has Adam and many other people take an eye test, what the people do not know is that the organization has also taken their dna and "Sincord" (their whole memory which has been put on a disk) and uses it to create clones of them. The man who does this is Michael Drucker (Tony Goldwyn). His plan is to create a whole group of clones to help one day make lawyers change the law that states human cannot be cloned. But in order do have this become successful, he mast eliminate (or in simpler terms-KILL) every person he clones in order to erase the evidence. After all, they can't two of the same person running around. Anyway, Adam one day comes homes and sees that someone in his home looks just like him! Before he knows it, there is a group of assassins out trying to kill him. But it seems that doing that won't be easy for them to accomplish. But it also doesn't seem that killing the assassins will not make things so much easier because they will just get cloned and go after him again. Adam, manages to get away from then but now realizes his life is ruined. Now kill the organization and Michael Drucker before they can kill him and try to find a way to get his life back.
Anyway, the 6th day is a good action packed film. The covers says "Two Thumbs Up" and believe me, I give it 2 thumbs up.
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