Six Days Seven Nights
After this week in paradise, they’re going to need a vacation.
When Quinn, a grouchy pilot living the good life in the South Pacific, agrees to transfer a savvy fashion editor, Robin, to Tahiti, he ends up stranded on a deserted island with her after their plane crashes. The pair avoid each other at first, until they're forced to team up to escape from the island -- and some pirates who want their heads.
There is never a time not to watch this.
"I've had just about as much vacation as I can stand."
Romantic comedy with a pair of great actors who have absolutely no chemistry. Skip this one unless you really have to be able to say you've seen every single Harrison Ford film.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
There's something about Heche I don't like.
well no not really
cant think why i watched it all the way through
Pretty good adventure role. Who would've thought Ford and Heche would have any chemistry? Schwimmer and his annoying acting style is a weak link.
Set in the same universe as Twins and Dave. More or less tolerable than the former, never as charming as the latter. Harrison Ford is the kind of matinee idol that will be compared to Bogart and Gable someday, but Six Days, Seven Nights seems more content as an immediately forgettable throwaway than a romantic comedy. Sophomoric, mindless adult humor is second cousin to toilet humor and Reitman's film seems to badge this fact bluntly (in a dim, confused subplot about David Schwimmer's inability to resist sex with a large breasted woman) and with byproducts intact (modern day pirates pursue Ford and Anne Heche, they repair a plane in almost the same manner Ford laughs off ("We'll, like, glue it…
Actually saw this in theatre