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Six Days, Seven Nights (1998)

Six Days, Seven Nights (1998)

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Critic Consensus: A generally enjoyable, if completely forgettable piece of Hollywood fluff.

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In this romantic comedy-adventure, magazine associate editor Robin Monroe and her boyfriend Frank leave for a vacation on a remote island. For a one-day Tahiti photo shoot, Robin engages the services of South Pacific cargo pilot Quinn Harris. However, a squall strands Robin and Quinn on a remote, unknown island.

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Cast

Harrison Ford
as Quinn Harris
Anne Heche
as Robin Monroe
David Schwimmer
as Frank Martin
Ben Bode
as Helicopter Pilot
Amy Sedaris
as Robin's Secretary
Michael Chapman
as Handsome Mechanic
E. Kalani Flores
as Tahitian Priest
Ping Wu
as Infirmary Orderly
Greg Gorman
as Photographer
Cynthia Langbridge
as Resort Greeter
Jody Kono
as Hotel Clerk
Michael Lushing
as Front Desk Clerk
Don Nahaku
as Bellboy No. 2
Priscilla Lee Taylor
as Bathing Suit Girl
Reri Tava Jobe
as Flight Attendant
Natalie Goss
as Flight Attendant
Christian Martson
as French Airport Security No. 1
James Edward Sclafani
as French Airport Security No. 2
Jason S. Nichols
as Runway Traffic
Taj Mahal
as Himself
Fred Lunt
as Band Member
Kester Smith
as Band Member
Wayne Jacintho
as Band Member
Rudy Costa
as Band Member
Carlos Andrade
as Band Member
Pat Cockett
as Band Member
Michael Barretto
as Band Member
Pancho Graham
as Band Member
Iele
as Musician
Eric Laufiso
as Musician
Vise Vitale
as Musician
Aldo Paro
as Musician
Wayne Aqino
as Musician
Elliot M. Kaplan
as Man at Bar
Stephen James Conteh
as Newspaper Salesman
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Critic Reviews for Six Days, Seven Nights

All Critics (39) | Top Critics (7)

Anne Heche displays plenty of spunk and sparkle as a woman whose life is altered by her adventures as a castaway.

Full Review… | March 2, 2002
Spirituality and Practice

Ford is at least 400 years old and he has still got it...the sexual tension starts and grows, a nice, easy slow burn but it's palpable and believable.

June 14, 2001

This is a vacation moviegoers can afford to miss.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Christian Science Monitor

Unpretentious, undemanding, and--most importantly--fun fluff that goes down as easily as a frothy pina colada on a balmy tropical beach.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
TheMovieReport.com

Six Days. Seven Nights. Eight dollars wasted.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
rec.arts.movies.reviews

Harrison Ford is still trying to crack the comedy code, God love him.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
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Audience Reviews for Six Days, Seven Nights

Six Day Seven Nights is a mediocre picture that has a lacking script and wastes an exciting idea on poor storytelling and direction. Ivan Reitman has made far superior films than this. With this film, he just delivers a film that is somewhat predictable, and in the end ends up being a waste of time. I really wanted to enjoy the film, but it felt like the filmmakers rushed through the material as if they didn't care about making a good film. The film also left you wanting a bit more by the times the credits roll and the attempt at comedy and action just fall apart and never materializes into something entertaining. I felt the performances were flat and not interesting and the film as a whole could definitely have been much better than this. Harrison Ford has made far superior films, and this one is one of his weakest, and is not worth seeing. This film could have been good if the script would have been solid, but it wasn't. This is a poorly constructed effort that simply just doesn't deliver. This is a boring film with nothing to offer and if you're expecting something good, you'll be disappointed because it features some fairly predictable situations and outcomes. Overall this is a film that uses genre elements in order to create something, but it never materializes into something truly memorable. This is a lacking film that wastes its potential on lacking ideas that fall flat. This film really could have been fun and entertaining, but it just doesn't add up to much.

Alex roy
Alex roy

Super Reviewer

½

Robin (Anne Heche) and Frank (David Schwimmer) have been together for three years, but Robin decides in six days that Quinn (Harrison Ford) is the one for her. It is a fun romp of a movie - little short on believability.

Red Lats
Red Lats

Super Reviewer

½

Sometimes entertaining, but actually this romantic-adventure comedy is just another dumb and artificial Hollywood comercial "fast-food" junk movie. Rotten.

Lucas Martins
Lucas Martins

Super Reviewer

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