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
Given that a dog is supposed to eat, it would seem illogical to have the option to make a dog with softer teeth. Since they are selling the dogs to rich people, though, it seems likely they would make whatever people are willing to buy, and if that means the dogs need a special diet, then so be it. See more »
There's someone in my house, eating my birthday cake, with my family, and it's not me!
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On the Region 1 DVD release, in "The Future Is Coming" making-of featurette, a member of the production crew (Nancy Tate) is credited as a "Cloned Consultant". See more »
6th Day is a very lazy offering from Arnie. The problem with the film is that it comes with a 15 rating, thus all the action is watered down and to be quite frank, rather boring. The story is not much to write home about, but that needn't have made 6th Day such a disappointing film. The abject lack of Arnie's usual heavy violence makes this sorry viewing for fans of his earlier movies. Arnie's scenes with his family are utterly vomit inducing such are their insincerity. Robert Duvall is OK in this, but he is never stretched. The rest of the cast are typical B-movie fodder, not terrible, but hardly reinventing the wheel either! 6th Day will not be fondly remembered, but will probably keep turning up on Channel 5 for years to come. It's harmless enough, but not particularly fun to watch. Best to catch it when nothing else is on.
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