"Six Days, Seven Nights" is one of my favorite movies from the last few years. Harrison Ford and Anne Heche are on a deserted island together after a raging storm crashes their plane. At first they resent each other, but they have to try to find a way off the island and even escape pirates, so they learn to like each other, maybe even more than they wanted to.
"Six Days, Seven Nights" has elements of many different kinds of movies. Parts of it are funny such as when a snake gets a hold of Anne and Harrison has to help her out. Parts of it are also like an action movie such as when the two have to run for their lives to escape angry pirates. Anne Heche and Harrison Ford go on a short journey to try and find where a device is located that they can shut down and have a chance to be rescued when some people come to the island to fix it, giving the movie a sense of adventure. And after the two learn to be a team and grow to like each other, it has a little bit of a romantic touch to it.
Pretty much, "Six Days, Seven Nights" is considered a romantic comedy, but it has elements of many other types of movies, which is what I really liked about it. Harrison Ford and Anne Heche are great on the set together, they might could even be the next Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks. I recommend anybody to give "Six Days, Seven Nights" a chance. NOTE: That was my Amazon review from the year 2000. I've always found this to be an underrated movie for both Heche and Harrison.