The 6th Day

Phoenix Pictures Released 2000




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Roger Spottiswoode

The 6th Day is a movie about Adam Gibson, a family oriented man who runs a helicopter charter business with his best friend Hank Morgan. One day, Gibson was assigned to pilot a helicopter for Michael Drucker, the owner of a cloning company and the helicopter crashes, Druckers company creates clones of Gibson and Drucker in an attempt to cover up the incident. Not knowing of the accident, Gibson returns home to find a clone of himself eating dinner with his family. Before he can enter his home he is attacked and chased by security guards from the cloning company. While on the run Gibson learns more and more of the cloning company's grand conspiracy to take over the world using their clones. Gibson eventually decides that the only way for him to protect himself from the company and live a normal life is to take it down.


Metacritic Score

  • 60

    Variety Todd McCarthy

    A mostly standard-issue latter-day Arnold Schwarzenegger actioner spiked with a creepily plausible cloning angle.

  • 50

    The New York Times A.O. Scott

    Plays like something picked up at a vintage store; you can see all the greasy fingerprints from those who have handled it before.

  • 40

    Los Angeles Times Kenneth Turan

    From its standard-issue action to its halfhearted dialogue and acting, that's one situation even two Schwarzeneggers aren't enough to solve.

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    • Production Budget $82,000,000
      Domestic Gross - $34,604,280 (73rd)
      Worldwide Gross - $97,085,477 (49th)

      Domestic Adjusted for 2013 - $52,387,927
      Worldwide Adjusted for 2013 - $146,979,127

    • Filming locations include:
      Vancouver, British Columbia
      North Vancouver, British Columbia
      Toronto, Ontario
      Lion's Gate Studios, North Vancouver, British Columbia
      Richmond, British Columbia
      Burnaby, British Columbia

    • Taglines:
      1. Are You Who You Think You Are
      2. You've cloned the wrong man
      3. I might be back
      4. I know who I am
      5. They picked the wrong man to clone.

    • Music:
      Happy Birthday to You

      Written by Mildred Hill and Patty Hill
      Teddy Bears Picnic
      Written by John W. Bratton and Jimmy Kennedy
      Take a Piece of Me / Powder
      Written by Michael Wandmacher
      Performed by Khursor
      Darker Day
      Written by Michael Wandmacher
      Performed by Khursor and Jane Fontana
      Take Me Down
      Written and performed by Michael Wandmacher


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