Six Days, Seven Nights

Six Days, Seven Nights

Director: Ivan Reitman Cast: Harrison Ford, Anne Heche, David Schwimmer

DVD (Wide Screen / Dolby 5.1 / Stereo)

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Six Days, Seven Nights features an excellent 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer. The picturesque greenery, rocky cliffs, and sparkling blue water of the tropical island setting all appear bright and focused, with only a few instances of grain and dirt on the print. The 5.1-channel Dolby Digital audio track is also sharp. The upbeat music moves well through the entire range of the speakers, and gunshots reverberate powerfully from the front speakers. A Dolby Digital French-language track is also available. On the downside, this DVD is a bare-bones release that lacks any notable extra features. It does contain the theatrical trailer in a decent widescreen transfer (along with some laughable recommendations -- Metro and Nothing to Lose -- that have little in common with this film), plus English subtitles and 23 chapter cues. While the Six Days, Seven Nights DVD is technically impressive, it would be improved immensely with better supplemental materials. Even a simple "on location" featurette or fluffy cast interviews would help considerably.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/08/1998
UPC: 0717951000866
Original Release: 1998
Rating: PG-13
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time: 1:42:00
Sales rank: 5,847

Special Features

Dolby Digital 5.1 audio; Theatrical trailer; French language track; Chapter search

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Harrison Ford Quinn Harris
Anne Heche Robin Monroe
David Schwimmer Frank Martin
Jacqueline Obradors Angelica
Temuera Morrison Jager
Allison Janney Marjorie
Douglas Weston Phillippe
Cliff Curtis Kip
Danny Trejo Pierce
Hoyt Richards Model
Amy Sedaris Robin's Secretary

Technical Credits
Ivan Reitman Director,Producer
Roger Birnbaum Producer
Wendy Greene Bricmont Editor
Michael Browning Screenwriter
Michael Chapman Cinematographer
Michael Chinich Casting
Computer Film Co. Special Effects
Randy Edelman Score Composer
Lauri Gaffin Set Decoration/Design
Daniel Goldberg Executive Producer
David Goldberg Special Effects Supervisor
Gloria Gresham Costumes/Costume Designer
Dream Quest Images Special Effects
Sheldon Kahn Co-producer,Editor
Pamela Klamer Set Decoration/Design
Patricia Klawonn Set Decoration/Design
Richard Mays Art Director
Joe Medjuck Executive Producer
Michael Neumann Asst. Director
Wallis Nicita Producer
Terry Norton Associate Producer
Michael Palmieri Associate Producer
J. Michael Riva Production Designer
Julie Bergman Sender Executive Producer
Bonnie Timmermann Casting
Gordon A. Webb Co-producer

Scene Index

Chapter Selection
0. Chapter Selection
1. Program Start [:25]
2. Credits/ Vacation Bound [:25]
3. The Charter Plane [5:04]
4. Pilot And Philosopher [5:04]
5. Duty Calls [:06]
6. Flying Into A Storm [:06]
7. Trouble Brewing [5:12]
8. Shipwrecked [3:16]
9. Not Without Skills [4:39]
10. Misfire [2:39]
11. In Good Hands [6:06]
12. In Need Of A Beacon [8:28]
13. Dangerous Company [7:58]
14. Making A Jump For It [2:36]
15. Enticing Invitation [1:57]
16. Resisting The Invitation [5:23]
17. After A Terrible Ordeal [7:14]
18. Under Fire [4:56]
19. Hold The Funeral [1:36]
20. Keeping Things Simple [2:43]
21. The Engagement's Off [7:50]
22. Complicating Things [4:08]
23. End Credits [5:00]

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Six Days, Seven Nights 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great movie; the interactions between Harrison Ford and Anne Heche are just wonderful. This must have been what it was like for viewers of the Thin Man series in the 30's, and with Hepturn and Tracy in their movies together. The chemistry between Heche and Harrison is simply outstanding. I think that the signature moment in this movie is when Harrison Ford is very upset and thrashes around in the bushes to quell his anger a little. At that point, Heche tells him that she is counting on him to get them out of the situation (being stranded on the desolute island) and if he loses it, she will really have a hard time. It reflects that the otherwise joking around and upmanship between them is just a divergence and they really have the man-woman relationship stuff right, and that she needs him in spite of the put-downs. This was a fun movie, it obviously wasn't going to win any Academy awards; but filmakiing is really about this kind of movie also. There is also no meanmess here, no really gratuitous violence and as per above I think that Heche and Harrison Ford really click together. In fact, Ford's current girlfriend Calista Flockhart (who I also simply adore), has a lot in common with Heche, small waiflike, basically soft-spoken, etc. So, he seems to be naturally at ease with these kinds of women. Buy this movie or at least rent it at your video store.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the best comedies in recent years. A gem that is bound to endure. Acting is out of this world. Ford and Heche perfect, and like Tracy and Hepburn should do many more comedies together. Chemistry is fantastic, very natural. Film does not fade at all after many viewings-a true sign of greatness. Ivan Reitman's directing is of the highest level of excellence. Only complaint is excessive use of God's name in vain but otherwise a ten plus, a must have.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is absolutely enjoyable from beginning to end!!! It is a laugh out loud movie!!! Harrison Ford and Anne Heche are hillarious! When you watch this movie you'll be in a good mood, it's uplifting!!!
TELL_ME_YOUR_STORY More than 1 year ago
FUN!!!...  I Never get tired of this movie!! We own it...but whenever it's on TV we still watch it!!! I also give this movie to friends at Christmas & Birthdays. It's one of the movies in our collection that we keep an extra one, in case something happens to it. :)