- 6. SIX DAYS, SEVEN NIGHTS 7.6 million last week, 47.1 million over three weeks Disney
Number six for "Six Days, Seven Nights". Like "The Truman Show" it also dropped two spots and threatens to drop faster in the next few weeks. Even the box-office draw of Harrison Ford can't save this one. The script is witty, the cinematography outstanding, so blame it on whoever cast Anne Heche who, because of her abnormal sexual behavior, is the albatross of this film. You can bet Ford, who has always carefully selected his projects is mighty embarrassed over his association with the whole Heche-Ellen fiasco. Below is the Bishops' review:
Six Days, Seven Nights-- Because of brief violence, some sexual innuendo, recurring profanity
and an instance of rough language, the U.S. Catholic Conference classification is A-III -- adults.
The Motion Picture Association of America rating is PG-13 -- parents are strongly cautioned that
some material may be inappropriate for children under 13. "Six Days, Seven Nights" is a mildly
comic adventure in which Harrison Ford and Anne Heche crash land on an uninhabited tropical
island where they must fend off pirates from the sea and an unwanted mutual attraction. The
tired formula is made palatable by the airy banter between appealing performers in an otherwise
completely predictable movie.