Synopsis of the film The 6th Day in 2000, Arnold Schwarzenegger Has a Clone tells the story of a chartered pilot named Adam Gibson
The 6th Day film tells the story of a chartered pilot named Adam Gibson (Arnold Schwarzenegger) who is assigned to go on a ski trip. Before leaving, Adam and his best friend, Hank (Michael Rapaport), must first undergo a series of blood and eye tests to verify their condition and abilities. Unfortunately, the series of tests they underwent were abused by their boss, Michael Ducker (Tony Goldwyn).
Ducker apparently intends to clone Adam to carry out the evil conspiracy he is planning. He even managed to trick Adam’s entire family into believing that the clone was the real Adam. Knowing this, Adam then tries to save his family by fighting against Ducker’s evil conspiracy.
In the film, a future family man is illegally cloned by accident as part of a grand conspiracy involving a shady billionaire businessman, and is driven to fight to clear his name and protect his family from the conspirators trying to keep the clones in check. a secret.
He managed to compromise with his clones to stop Ducker’s evil actions together. This action genre film was directed by Roger Spottiswoode based on a script written by Marianne Wibberly, Cormac Wibberley, Marianne Wibberley and Cormac Wibberly. The 6th Day itself is the debut film of actor Terry Crews.
At some point in the indeterminate near future, cloning of animals and human organs has become routine.
Cloning entire humans, however, is prohibited by what is known as the “Sixth Day” law.
Billionaire Michael Drucker, owner of cloning Technology Replacement company, hired charter pilot Adam Gibson and set up Hank Morgan for a ski trip.
Due to Drucker’s advantage, the two had to first undergo blood and eye tests to verify their prowess. On the day of Drucker’s arrival, Adam discovers that his family’s dog Oliver has died, and Hank offers to fly Drucker in exchange to allow Adam time to get the cloned pet.
After visiting the “RePet” shop, he remains unconvinced and buys a stuffed animatronic, a SimPal, named Cindy instead.
Adam returns home and finds that not only has Oliver been cloned, but the clone he purports to be with his family, along with the other SimPal Cindy.
Replacement Technologies security agents Marshall, Talia, Vincent and Wiley arrive intending to kill Adam. Adam kills Talia and Wiley in the ensuing chase and escapes, but the two are then cloned.
After the police betray Adam to security agents he escapes and seeks refuge in Hank’s apartment. Moments later, Tripp (whom Adam recognizes from a ski trip) kills Hank and is fatally injured by Adam.
Revealed as a religious anti-cloning extremist, Tripp tells Adam that Hank is a clone, as he killed the original on the mountaintop that day, to be able to kill Drucker, who was also a clone, and now has a new one. Drucker’s clone.
Tripp then commits suicide to avoid being captured by Marshall and the others.
The agents arrive again and Adam is able to deactivate Marshall and kill Talia again, stealing her thumb.
The 6th Day Movie Cast
Arnold Schwarzenegger as Adam Gibson / Adam Gibson Clone
Michael Rapaport as Hank Morgan, Adam’s best friend
Tony Goldwyn as Michael Drucker, CEO of Replacement Technologies
Michael Rooker as Robert Marshall, Millennium security agent and Drucker’s right-hand man
Sarah Wynter as Talia Elsworth, an assassin working for Drucker
Wendy Crewson as Natalie Gibson, Adam’s wife
Rodney Rowland as P. Wiley, an assassin working for Drucker
Terry Crews as Vincent Bansworth, an assassin working for Drucker
Ken Pogue as Speaker
Colin Cunningham as Tripp, a religious fundamentalist who strongly opposes cloning
Robert Duvall as Doctor Griffin Weir, the Drucker scientist in charge of cloning
Wanda Cannon as Katherine Weir, Griffin’s wife
Taylor Anne Reid as Clara Gibson, Adam’s daughter
Jennifer Gareis as Virtual Girlfriend
Don McManus as RePet Salesman