A fearless, globe-trotting, terrorist-battling secret agent has his life turned upside down when he discovers his wife might be having an affair with a used car salesman while terrorists smuggle nuclear war heads into the United States.
Jamie Lee Curtis,
In the near future, cloning is now technically advanced, but human cloning is still illegal. Adam Gibson (Schwarzenegger) returns home after working with his friend Hank Morgan (Rapaport), only to find a clone of himself with his family. Before he has chance to find out the truth, he is attacked by a group who want him dead. Adam must escape and find out the truth from the creator of the clones, Michael Drucker (Goldwyn). Adam knows for sure he couldn't have been cloned, but isn't ready for what he's about to hear.Written by
The part of the holographic girl was overdubbed by the receptionist of Vine St. Studios, at which post-production was taking place. Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, an American SAG/AFTRA actress and voice-over artist, states she was asked to do this when the original actor could not be found in time. See more »
In the car chase, Gibson's car loses a rim, which is visible in the next shot. See more »
This latest Schwarzenegger offering is not as execrable as his previous film `End Of Days', but neither is it as clever and slick as `Total Recall' with which it bears some plot similarities. The story of illegal human cloning is set `in the not too distant future' and some of the futuristic sets and devices are quite neat, especially the cloning processes and the versatile helicopters. The plot had potential but comes out more silly than sophisticated. The real problem, however, is the Austrian hunk himself as Conan or the Terminator, his physique and accent had a place and even style but, as an ordinary' helicopter pilot, he looks out of place and sounds wooden. The lesson of `End Of Days' and `The 6th Day' is that the 53 year old Arnie should call it a day.
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