Six Days Seven Nights

January 23, 2011 by Post Team 

Six Days Seven Nights, Six Days Seven Nights is a 1998 film with the romantic comedy interspersed elements of an adventure film. Alan Miller wrote the screenplay. Ivan Reitman directed the film, shot on location in Kauai. It Harrison Ford, Anne Heche, David Schwimmer, Jacqueline Obradors, Temuera Morrison and. He was released June 12, 1998.
Robin Monroe (Anne Heche), a New York journalist working for Dazzle, a fashion magazine, was invited by her boyfriend (David Schwimmer) Frank for a holiday for two weeks with him on the island paradise in the Makatea South Pacific. The last step of their journey, the couple flies to Makatea in a small-dilapidated aircraft (DHC-2 Beaver) piloted by middle-aged American Quinn Harris (Harrison Ford) and accompanied by his girlfriend, Angelica (Jacqueline Obradors).

Robin Frank said they are doing this because he “wants to increase the romance in our relationship.”

Thus, romance is delayed as Robin, a workaholic, the gap is known in Tahiti by her boss, to control a fashion event. She hires Quinn to fly her, but an unexpected storm forces them to crash-land on a desert island.

The struggle for survival on the island, Quinn and Robin inadvertently become witnesses of modern piracy.

The vast majority of the film deals with the adventures (often comic in nature) of Quinn and Robin trying to escape the pirates and survive in the wild jungles of the island. In the process, Quinn and Robin fall in love despite their initial dislike each other.

Meanwhile, Angelica and Frank are forging their own relationship.

After a narrow escape, Quinn and Robin eventually succeed in getting them airworthy again and they plan to return in Makati, where decisions that lie ahead.

Quinn and Robin reveal their feelings for each other after Frank and Robin break. The film ends with Quinn and Robin kissing and hugging.

The film received generally mixed reviews. Currently, the film received only 38% positive reviews in Rotten Tomatoes [1] and has an average rating on Metacritic, which gives it a score of 51 out of 100 [2]. Movies Yahoo! Users give the film a C +. [Film revenue slightly exceeded its budget of 70 million, after having generated $ 74,329,966 in October 1998.
Robin Monroe, editor of New York magazine, and the gruff pilot Quinn Harris must put aside their mutual dislike if they are to survive after crash on a desert island in the South Seas.

Director: Ivan Reitman
Screenwriter: Michael Browning
Stars: Harrison Ford, Anne Heche and David Schwimmer

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