Started strong but ended horribly I loved the first half of the movie, it is well acted and put together. And while the twist at the end was shocking (which is good) it implied a hopelessness and ultimate uselessness of the entire plot. You care about these people the entire movie, get invested in their struggle and the director then just slaps you in the face and says "tough, they're jerks, they deserve this". I feel manipulated.
Great movie overflowing with interesting concepts! Aptly titled "The One I Love" -- in the end, the real Ethan couldn't even tell apart which Sophie is the one he loves, which forces us to ask ourselves the question: do we really know and love the ones we claim to "love"? A very philosophical and certainly interesting premise to the film -- not to mention extremely eerie too.
Fun concept, great acting and a tightly-constructed movie. Worth seeing if you're into slightly demure, banter-driven humor (even though this is more of a quasi-mystery/romance movie. But also refreshing to see Mark Duplass and Elizabeth Moss in a different light -- they really work well together!