The 6th Day

Synopsis: 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.
Director(s): Roger Spottiswoode
Production: Columbia Pictures
  8 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
123 min

Ammar Schwarzenegger

Hey, this is Johnny Phoenix

for the X.F.L.,

reminding the fans here

at prudential stadium to be safe

on the way home.


Big third down for

the expansion roadrunners.

Their play-off hopes

could hinge on this play.

A lot of pressure

on young Johnny Phoenix.

As if being the first

quarterback to earn 300 million

isn't pressure enough.

Red! Thirty-two!

Red! Thirty-two!

Strong left!

- Hold! Hold!

- Walk it! Walk it!


Blue! Two thirty-nine!



Set! Hut! Hut!

- [Male fan]

Get up, Johnny!

- You all right?

The owner wants Johnny to have

the absolute best of care.

He's gonna need it.

His sixth cervical vertebra

is crushed.

It may not be as bad

as you think it is.

[Siren wailing]

The status?

We have a lifetime contract

with a vegetable.

Maybe we can trade him

to L.A.

[Man on mike] okay, terminate

his contract and bring him back

to the lab. You understand?


I'll get right on it.

Sorry, Johnny.

You're gonna have to take one

for the team.

[Siren wailing]

Do I look any different

to you?

Oh, gee.

You shaved your moustache.

- Never had a moustache.

- Oh. Then no.

[Man on TV]

Johnny Phoenix

will play next week.

Early diagnosis

had him sidelined.

After further investigation,

his injuries proved

to be minor.

[Electronic voice]

Good morning, Adam.

At 11:
00, you have a

V.I.P. client, Michael Drucker.

And by the way, happy birthday.

I don't feel

any different.


- Is Clara up yet?

- Yeah, she's watching TV

with Oliver.

You gonna spend all day

looking for new wrinkles?

Or are you gonna get in here

and give me a kiss? Hmm?

- Well, I suppose if I have to.

- Oh, bully!

You're not gettin'

any kisses now!


You know, you...

don't look any different.

No. You look much better

than when we met.

I love you.

Lock the door.

Oh, god!


Daddy, daddy,

happy birthday!

- What?

- You always make daddy

feel so good.

Careful, you're getting

a little old for that.

- I am not!

- No, I meant your father.

- Very funny.

- Come on.

I made you breakfast.

- Oh, great!

- Yum!

- Come on, dad!

I can't find you.

Where are you?

Right behind you, dad.

- I'm here, right here!

- You're hiding

under the table!

[TV] because of their shorter

life span, these family members

can't help but break our hearts.

Should accident, illness or age

end your pet's natural life...


have you seen Clara somewhere?

[TV] our technology

can have him back the same

day in perfect health...

with zero defects guaranteed,

thanks to RePet.


Nacho flavored

or regular?

I'll take banana flavored.

Thank you.

I love this card.


- Dad, can I have a sim-pal

for your birthday?

- A gift on my birthday?

That way you won't feel guilty

that you're the only one

getting something.

- What's a sim-pal?

- A life-size doll.

A make-believe friend

that grows real hair

and can do a lot of stuff.

Can't your real friends

grow real hair

and do lots of stuff?

Yeah, but they all have


Ask your mommy.

You're the greatest, dad!


Mommy! Mommy!

I'm gonna get a sim-pal!

[Electronic voice]

You're getting low on milk.

Thank you

for ordering milk.


You're getting so fast.

Into the car. Very nice.

Bye-bye. See you.


What's goin' on?

Oh, I had a breakfast

of champions today.

Oh, yeah?

[Electronic voice]

Destination double x

charter airport selected.

The girl wouldn't stop talking.

My virtual girlfriend,

she talks, but at least

I can turn her off.

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Cormac Wibberley

Cormac Wibberley and Marianne Wibberley (also known as The Wibberleys) are an American husband and wife screenwriting team. They have been writing together since 1991, and made their first screenplay sale in 1993. more…

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