6 Days

Theatrical Release: August 16, 2009
6 Days


Pizza maker Michael Moretti’s life takes a sharp turn when he and his best friend Nick destroy a car belonging to mob boss Eddy “the Lumberjack”. But Nick and Michael’s blundering cost Eddy more than just a car and soon the damages total a half million. Eddy gives Michael an out — if he comes up with the money, he’s off the hook. If he doesn’t, Eddy burns his pizza shop and kills Nick.

And just how much time does he have? Six Days!

Dove Review

This movie is a combination of action, comedy, drama and romance making it confusing at times concerning which direction it is going to go in next. But I think comedy fits it best. It’s a corny film about two buddies that hang out together, one owns a pizza shop and the other one is always trying to make it big.

This time Michael and Eddy are in hot water with the gangster after they send his car into the ocean. Filled with car chases, threatening thugs, art forgery, and black mail, the film will keep the viewer guessing what will happen next. This movie is awarded our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for 12+.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Comment about getting"laid"; couple kiss.
Language: OMG-1; For G's Sake-1, Crap -1, A-1
Violence: Man takes car without permission; car crashes into ocean; man tied up and mouth taped on a log sawing table; blood shown on wall; man chased; man threatens another; man jumps into woman's car; woman hits man with purse; man takes bike; man chased by another in truck; man threatened by another with gun; blackmail; discussion about killing someone; stolen paintings and forgeries.
Drugs: Comment about being drunk in gym class; man drinking,
Nudity: Cleavage; man in tub.
Other: Man lies about his life; comment regarding death of old people; man and woman looking at Tarot cards.


Company: Laughalot Productions
Writer: Jim Leo
Director: Jim Leo
Producer: Jim Leo
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 87 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe