Six Days, Seven Nights

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A good movie you may want to see this week is Six Days and Seven Nights. This adds up to 13 and even though unlucky for most people, it isn’t for our hero who is stranded on an island with a beautiful women. Harrison Ford is a pilot flying a beatup old aircraft named the Millennium Falcon – whoops wrong movie – who is hired to fly a photographer, played by Anne Heche to a photo shoot in Tahiti. During the flight, the plane is struck by lightning and crashes on a tropical island in the middle of the ocean. While on the island they fight pirates, are chased by wild hogs, swim with snakes and jump off a cliff into the water below – I expected head-hunters to appear at any time – but they still had time to fall in love. This isn’t one of your intellectual movies with a deep plot, but it’s funny, full of action and even has a little romance. I had fun watching, I mean listening to this movie and gave it a B rating.

This movie has been given a PG-13 rating by the MPAA

Although I am blind, I can appreciate a good movie as well as sighted individuals.
I rely more on a good story line than special effects.