The 6th Day

2000 123 Mins Audio: English Maturity Rating 16+
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Watch or Download The 6th Day 2000. Director Roger Spottiswoode, Cast Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Rapaport, Tony Goldwyn,

Futuristic action about a man who meets a clone of himself and stumbles into a grand conspiracy about clones taking over the world. Movie The 6th Day

Science Fiction, Mystery, Action,


clone, laser gun, future, villain, dystopia, murder, cloning, cyberpunk, implanted memory, action hero,

The 6th Day Parent guide
MPAA Reason
Rated PG-13 for strong action violence, brief strong language and some sensuality.

Sex & Nudity
Sex & Nudity Reason
Near the beginning of the film, a wife tells her husband to come back to bed and they kiss. She tells her husband to lock the door, but their daughter comes into their room. There are two jokes about a man having sex with a clone of himself. See side view of woman's breast and her bare bottom. Hologram of women in lingerie, with cleavage throughout. no sex or nudity is shown throughout the film, expect some references. A married couple is seen flirting with each other and kissing. nothing is seen in the movie. only mild sexual references. A woman stand and walk showing her full rear nudity.

Violence & Gore
Violence & Gore Reason
A man breaks another man's neck, and the man's gun fires a stray later shot. One character falls through a skylight and is killed when they hit the ground. No blood is shown. A character is choked to death by a cable. A character has their hand shot through which results in their fingers detaching. A man falls a great distance to his death. A man slowly bleeds from his mouth as he dies. Two people shoot laser guns at a helicopter, and the copter partially explodes, and then crashes, resulting in a large explosion. A man punches another man in the face, knocking him out. There's a shootout in a building in the end, and several people are hit with lasers. There's a lengthy car chase, and several cars slam and crash into each other, and a man and woman struggle inside one of them. Several cars crash through fences, a garage, and right through a house. One man fires at the car with the man and woman, and accidentally hits the woman, blowing off a door, and the woman's corpse falls out. The man with the gun falls out and is run over (not seen). It ends when a car crashes through a fence and falls over a cliff into water. There's a brief shootout in a parking garage, and several people die. During this, one man's foot is blasted off, and the foot can briefly be seen, as well as the bloody stump on both the leg and the foot (briefly seen).

Profanity Reason
one use of the word "f*ck". "D*mn" is said. "Sh*t" is said. "H*ll" is said. "Son of a b*tch" is said. "B*stard" is said. "*ss" and "*sshole" are said. "Jesus Christ" is said. "Scr*w" is said in a derogatory manner. "Godd*mn" is said three times.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
A man takes a drink of a beer from a bottle and a computerized voice remind him not to drink and drive. A man is shown smoking (which is said to be illegal) cigars.

Frightening & Intense Scenes
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
Drucker's incomplete clone is disturbing. The action sequences are lengthy, and can be somewhat intense. A futuristic, automated toy doll is seen a few times, and is actually pretty creepy. The violence throughout is quite intense.

Phoenix Pictures,

United States of America,




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