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original title: The 6th Day
duration: 2h 3min
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Futuristic action about a man who meets a clone of himself and stumbles into a grand conspiracy about clones taking over the world. In the world of the very near future, cattle, fish, and even the family pet can be cloned. But cloning humans is illegal - that
is until family man Adam Gibson comes home from work one day to find a clone has replaced him. Taken from his family and plunged into a sinister world he doesn't understand, Gibson must not only save himself from the assassins who must now destroy him to protect
their secret, but uncover who and what is behind the horrible things happening to him. Well it just goes to show you. I thought that Arnie's career was rapidly and irreversibly heading downhill after almost a decade's worth of movies that would have looked
better roasted to a golden-brown on a Thanksgiving table. I've not liked anything he's done since True Lies, and even that was suspect.
However, The 6th Day is a pleasant surprise, though it's hard to pin down exactly why. I mean, of course it's formulaic Arnold stuff, with the requisite amounts of excellently implemented SFX and shoot-outs, car chases and so on to keep the popcorn munchers happy. But there's more to this than meets the eye.
It's partially that the underlying plot premise has been intelligently conceived and implemented. The ethical issues raised by cloning are already with us, and the technological advances that the movie asks the audience to believe in do not require too much of a leap of faith... they probably are just around the corner. Add to that muted questions such as "what is identity", "what makes a human being" and "what justifies life" that are being asked in a subtle way, and The 6th Day can be enjoyed on more than one level. Don't get me wrong... it's not deeply philosophical, because hey, it's an Arnie movie, but it's not altogether shallow either.
The 6th Day is also helped because Arnie isn't a total superman any more, unlike his films of 15 years ago. He can't leap tall buildings at a single bound, so he's actually required to act a little, and doesn't do too badly at all. His relationship with his wife and daughter is believably familiar and almost touching on occasion, and the movie's bodycount isn't too unrealistically high.
Roger Spottiswoode directs with an accomplished eye for the visual, and it shows, because the movie is visually a treat. There's also a *lot* of homage to Paul Verhoeven in this, with the side SFX touches - the virtual girlfriend, the shopping mall, the self-stocking refrigerator, the media-rich mirrors etc etc - nicely adding a lightly ironic credibility to what the next generation's future probably holds. Okay, so it's been done before by Verhoeven in both Robocop and Starship Troopers to name but two, but it worked then and it works even more effectively now.
If I was to quibble about anything, it'd be the schmaltzy and definitely forced ending. The whole tenet of the movie is that it's your memories and feelings that makes you *you*, so Arnie 2's easy acceptance that he has no right to his family's love, and indeed his whole previous life, despite having risked life and limb for those he loves for the entire film hit my credibility threshold with a loud and leaden clang. I really don't think anyone would wander happily off to Argentina without much of a second thought in that situation. You should have killed one of the two Arnies off, Roger, in a moment of self-sacrifice to ensure the survival and ongoing happiness of the other - yes, yes, I know it'd be clichéd, but still you chickened out.
However, despite this, The 6th Day is an enjoyable action movie, well executed and you never know, it may even make you think a little. Enjoy it for what it is, and then some. 7.5 out of 10. I thought this was a terrific Arnie move, it's such a shame to see it languishing at 6.1 on IMDB. First of all, I found the story thought-provoking and emotionally compelling. The scenes with Dr. Weir and his wife on her deathbed stand out, and the bittersweet ending wraps things up very nicely indeed. Arnie's great: he's perfectly good in this role and still has awesome onscreen presence. If anything, I think he's improving with age - kind of like a younger Charlton Heston.
What else ? The effects are nice ('Simpal Cindy' is an amazing - if slightly creepy - creation) and the movie portrays a realistic and compelling vision of the near future. The script's well done, on the whole, and there are a couple of sly in-jokes that made me smile ('I _might_ be back'... guess you had to be there!) There's also a killer plot twist somewhere in the middle, that brings to mind Total Recall.
Oh, and the stirring musical score is excellent : one of the best I've heard in a long time. Had me thinking of Hans Zimmer, but it's not : it's Trevor Rabin, a name I will certainly look out for in future.
All in all, a great couple of hours. Highly recommended. Plays like something picked up at a vintage store; you can see all the greasy fingerprints from those who have handled it before.
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