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THE SIXTH DAY (SPECIAL EDITION)  
THE SIXTH DAY (SPECIAL EDITION) DVD FEATURES

Region Reviewed: Region 1 (RCE)
Number of Discs
: 2
Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1
Picture: 2.35:1 Anamorphic


Special Features: Audio Commentary By Composer Trevor Rabin With 5.1 Isolated Music Score, Production Notes
Theatrical Trailer, "On The 6th Day": 9 Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes, Showtime Special - "The Future Is Coming"
3 Storyboard Comparisons, 2 Animatics, RePet

Infomercial and TV Spot, Filmographies of Roger Spottiswoode, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Robert Duvall, Michael Rapaport, and Tony Goldwyn, Interactive Menu, Scene Access.

The Sixth Day (Special Edition) Plot: 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.


The Sixth Day (Special Edition) Review: A few years ago, scientists shocked the world by announcing that they had cloned a sheep. Cloning had long been the stuff of science fiction, when suddenly t had become an alarming reality. . Soon after the cloning announcement was made, lawmakers, scientists, and the religious community undertook the great debate as to the legality and ethics of human cloning. The debate was laid to rest as cloning a human was said to be impossible, and that sheep had a unique series of factors that made them ideal for cloning. The debate seemed to be forgotten until scientists cloned a cow and a monkey, and later announced that human cells had been made to replicate in an early step of the cloning process. Once again the debates were raised, and once again, the cloning of a human was deemed to be an illegal and unethical practice.

It is against this backdrop that Arnold Schwarzenegger makes his return to the big screen in “The Sixth Day”. The story opens in the very near future where high tech items such as holographic maids, self- driving cars, and pet cloning, are commonplace.

Schwarzenegger plays, Adam Gibson, a helicopter pilot who is a loving family man and solid citizen. All seems well in his life until he comes home one night to see another man with his family. The matter is further complicated by the discovery of the man being an exact ringer for himself. The shock of seeing another man in his home has barely worn off for Adam, when mysterious people arrive telling him that he was cloned, and he must leave before anyone can see him. Before Gibson can ask any questions, the strangers try to kill him, leaving Gibson on the run for his life with his world turned upside down overnight.
Before long Gibson is not only trying to save his own life, but that of his family as he has become and unwitting pawn in a much larger game with very high stakes.

The title of the film was originally going to be “On the Sixth Day” in reference to the passage in Genesis where God created man on the sixth day of the creation of the Universe. The film raises some interesting questions regarding the ethics of cloning, by showing both the positive and negative sides of the debate. Schwarzenegger gives a restrained yet effective performance as Gibson, and the supporting cast of Robert Duvall, Michael Rappaport, and Michael Rooker is effective. The film was directed by James Bond veteran Roger Spottiswoode, and mixes, humor, drama, and action to provide an entertaining film that does what few action films do, makes the audience think. People ready to write off Schwarzenegger as a fading action star might want to rethink this conclusion, as “The Sixth Day” shows that Arnold can still deliver the goods.


The Sixth Day (Special Edition) Disc Review: The new 2 Dics DVD is a loaded set containing 9 behind the scenes segments, a Showtime special on cloning, trailers, and much more. A must have for any fan of Schwarzenegger


Gareth J. Von Kallenbach

Overall Rating - MOVIE: 3.5/5 - DISC: 4/5

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