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Unique ID Code: 0000018130
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Added on: 23/5/2001 15:57
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Sixth Day, The (UK)

7 / 10
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Certificate: 18
Running Time: 118 mins
Retail Price: £19.99
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A helicopter pilot (Schwarzenegger) returns home to his family and finds himself replaced by a clone. Soon enough, a team of assassins are sent to take out the original Arnie... if they can figure out which is which!

`The 6th Day` is Arnie`s great new action thriller!

Special Features:
Interactive Menus
Scene Access
Isolated Music Score With Commentary
`The Future Is Coming` Cloning Featurette
Nine Behind The Scenes Featurettes
Three Storyboard Comparisons
`RePet` Infomercial & TV Spot
Two Animatics
Theatrical Trailers

Video Tracks:
Widescreen Anamorphic 2.35:1

Audio Tracks:
Dolby Digital 5.1 English
Dolby Digital 5.1 Hungarian

Subtitle Tracks:

Directed By:
Roger Spottiswoode

Written By:

Sarah Wynter
Michael Rooker
Tony Goldwyn
Michael Rapaport
Arnold Schwarzenegger

Casting By:
Judith Holstra
Michelle Allen

Soundtrack By:
Michael Wandmacher
Trevor Rabin

Director of Photography:
Pierre Mignot

Kirk Moses
Dominique Fortin
Mark Conte
Michel Arcand

Costume Designer:
Trish Keating

Production Designer:
John Willett
James D. Bissell

Arnold Schwarzenegger
Mike Medavoy
David Latham
Jon Davison

Executive Producer:
Marianne Wibberley
Cormac Wibberley
Daniel Petrie Jr.
David Coatsworth

Columbia / Tristar

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10 / 10
After the rather dull end of days,arnie is back.the movie bombed in the u.s.yet this is his best movie in a decade.easily.eraser was fun but thats so cut on dvd whats the point.set in the future it has action aplenty.a great supporting cast.and a sense of of his best,truly underrated.
posted by Tony Ferrino on 9/6/2001 21:50
3 / 10
I’m all for no-brainer action movies now and again, especially if they involve Arnie – but this one is just appalling. This redefines the whole concept of no-brainer, removing most of the senses so that you can’t see or hear the film… that way you get to invent your own film that will be much more entertaining than this.

OK, maybe I’m being overly harsh…. I know a film like this doesn’t have to have great acting, or a intricate plot, but what it does have to be is entertaining… and it just isn’t.

Video and Audio are pretty good, and there seem to be quite a selection of extras (although I couldn’t bring myself to watch any of them). Overall, best watch Predator for the 100th time than subject yourself to this. And if you absolutely have to watch it, then for god sakes, borrow or steal a copy, just don’t spend money on it, whatever you do!!
posted by Rich Davies on 16/9/2002 18:05