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6th Day
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The 6th Day

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Director: Roger Spottiswoode

Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tony Goldwyn, Michael Rapaport


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Fans of Arnold Schwarzenegger's delirious science fiction mind-bender Total Recall may find themselves right at home with this action-packed tale of replicants, reanimators, and clones. And like the movie itself, Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment's special edition DVD is packed with enough bells and whistles to wile away plenty of serious couch time. The


Fans of Arnold Schwarzenegger's delirious science fiction mind-bender Total Recall may find themselves right at home with this action-packed tale of replicants, reanimators, and clones. And like the movie itself, Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment's special edition DVD is packed with enough bells and whistles to wile away plenty of serious couch time. The two-disc set features the film in its original theatrical widescreen presentation (2.35:1 enhanced) and with a very robust and active English language 5.1 Dolby Digital soundtrack (French, Spanish, and Portuguese language options are also available). The picture is superb, as is to be expected, coming off clean, color balanced, and sharp throughout. The 5.1 soundtrack contains some nice active channel separation, while still keeping the dialogue audible. Disc one also contains an audio commentary track with composer Trevor Rabin (guitarist from the band Yes) with an isolated 5.1 music score. The track will surely be of interest to budding film composers, though all others may want to stay away. Disc two contains plenty of other digital goodies, including nine behind-the-scenes featurettes chronicling all facets of the movie's production, especially the wonderful special effects work; the Showtime special "The Future Is Coming" (which doesn't really offer anything of any importance); storyboard comparisons; the amusingly surreal and macabre RePet infomercials and TV spots in their entirety; theatrical trailers; filmographies; and more. For fans of the movie, you can now safely dispose of the previously released no-frills disc.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Recent scientific advancements lend credibility to the not-so-improbable events vividly dramatized in The 6th Day, a sci-fi thriller that returns Arnold Schwarzenegger to the genre that made him a box-office monster. The film is set in a near-future America, where shopping malls have stores that clone dead pets and where human cloning -- while possible -- remains outlawed. That doesn’t stop ruthless tycoon Tony Goldwyn (Ghost) and rogue scientist Robert Duvall, who develop a black market in people regenerated from traces of DNA material. Arnold portrays a helicopter pilot caught up in Goldwyn’s schemes and targeted for death while a clone assumes his identity. The 6th Day offers Arnold’s fans plenty of action, albeit of a less lethal variety than found in some of his previous vehicles, while raising some interesting questions about the morality of cloning-on-demand. Director Roger Spottiswoode (Tomorrow Never Dies) doesn't let the big questions bog down the narrative, though, as he maintains a driving pace straight through to the closing credits. He also surrounds the histrionically challenged Schwarzenegger with terrific actors like Goldwyn, who’s a positively reptilian villain, and Duvall, whose recently widowed scientist, haunted by his conscience, strikes a poignant note. Exciting, suspenseful, and (dare we say) intellectually provocative, The 6th Day is a must-have item for Arnold’s admirers and sci-fi fans alike. The DVD includes a phony infomercial for the film’s pet-cloning company, RePet, along with an audio commentary by music composer Trevor Rabin, an isolated music score, talent files, production notes, and theatrical trailers.
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert
The 6th Day is not in the same league with the great Schwarzenegger films such as Total Recall and Terminator 2, but it's a well-crafted entertainment containing enough ideas to qualify it as science fiction and not just as a futurist thriller.

Product Details

Release Date:
Original Release:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
[Wide Screen]
[Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]

Special Features

Disc One: Audio commentary by composer Trevor Rabin.
Disc Two: 9 behind-the-scenes featurettes; Showtime Special "The Future Is Coming;" 3 storyboard comparisons; 2 animatics; RePet Infomercial and TV spot; filmographies; website link.

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Arnold Schwarzenegger Adam Gibson
Tony Goldwyn Michael Drucker
Michael Rapaport Hank Morgan
Michael Rooker Robert Marshall
Sarah Wynter Talia Elsworth
Robert Duvall Dr. Griffin Weir
Wendy Crewson Natalie Gibson
Rod Rowland Wiley
Terry Crews Vincent
Ken Pogue Speaker Day
Colin Cunningham Tripp
Wanda Cannon Katherine Weir
Taylor-Anne Reid Clara Gibson
Jennifer Gareis Virtual Girlfriend
Don McManus RePet Salesman
Steve Bacic Johnny Phoenix
Christopher Lawford Police Lieutenant
Peter Kent Duty Officer

Technical Credits
Roger Spottiswoode Director
Michel Arcand Editor
Seth Arnett Stunts
Patrick Banister Art Director
James D. Bissell Production Designer
Christopher Burian-Mohr Art Director
David Coatsworth Executive Producer
Mark Conte Editor
Jon Davison Producer
Andrea Dopaso Set Decoration/Design
Amalgamated Dynamics Makeup Special Effects
Dominique Fortin Editor
Alec Gillis Makeup Special Effects
Doug Hardwick Art Director
William Hawkins Set Decoration/Design
Judith Holstra Casting
David Husby Sound/Sound Designer
Martha Johnston Set Decoration/Design
Trish Keating Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter Lando Set Decoration/Design
Mike Medavoy Producer
Pierre Mignot Cinematographer
Daniel Petrie Executive Producer
James Philpott Set Decoration/Design
Trevor Rabin Score Composer
Jim Ramsay Set Decoration/Design
Rhythm & Hues Studios Special Effects
Steven Schwartz Set Decoration/Design
Arnold Schwarzenegger Producer
Albert M. Shapiro Asst. Director
Easton M. Smith Set Decoration/Design
Cormac Wibberley Screenwriter
Marianne Wibberley Screenwriter
John Willett Production Designer
Tom Woodruff Makeup Special Effects

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The 6th Day
1. Start [4:12]
2. Adam Gibson [4:13]
3. Double X Charter [4:07]
4. "Let's Test the Remote [2:26]
5. Blood & Vision Test [3:35]
6. RePet [2:51]
7. Adam's Sim-Pal [1:45]
8. 6th Day Violation [4:36]
9. Cadillac Chase [3:33]
10. Dr. Griffin Weir [5:31]
11. Seventh Precinct [1:49]
12. Assassins Recloned [3:54]
13. Cell Break [2:33]
14. Virtual Girlfriend [2:07]
15. Attempted Suicide [6:59]
16. Tripp the Clone Killer [4:04]
17. Spare Parts [11:43]
18. Audience With Dr. Weir [1:14]
19. Clara's Recital [4:20]
20. The Greatest Gift [4:52]
21. Double-Crossed [3:33]
22. Clone Mark [4:03]
23. Betrayed By His Own Mind [5:26]
24. Diversion & Rescue [1:58]
25. Blowing the Water Tank [1:29]
26. Unfinished Business [4:23]
27. Helipad Firefight [3:58]
28. Helping a Friend [3:48]


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The 6th Day 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Sixth day is a great sci-fi thriller. Arnold Shwartzanager is Adam Gibson. Adam(Arnold) gets cloned. He goes through the process of trying to find his family and who he really is???
Guest More than 1 year ago
He's back! This time Arnold is taking on the topic of cloning. In The Sixth Day fans will get a double dose of their favorite action hero as this film speculates on a worst-case scenario about human cloning. Three years ago, the action star underwent heart surgery and took a year off from his busy film schedule to regain his health. This film definitely marks his triumphant return to his trademark kind of action film. Fans will not be disappointed.