Mola por detalles como el de la rata-bomba con unos huevos enormes oculta en unos zapatos de Tacón, la premisa de un multiverso de James Wong que es guionista de X-Files y que recuerda de lejos al clasico de los 90 "TiMECop"y bueno salen Jet -lI y Jason Staham...
I'm THE ONE.
Jet Li traveling in time + clones + alterante dimensions = Sliders TV series + Shchwarza's "The 6th Day".
Trivia: in the beginning of the movie Al Gore makes a speech on TV as President of the United States, but he actually lost the election to George Bush.
Suffers heavily from a post-Matrix syndrome (like so many other wannabe flicks of the early 00's) but makes up for it with a fun plot concept, which although brainless in execution, holds its place in the archives as one of Jet Li's better films.
Two viewings in, fourteen years apart, makes me The One to trust on this. Then again, I also thought Shrek the Third wasn't so bad. So you should probably 4-get whatever I just said or give me a high-five for an honest 6 out of 10.
I'm gonna keep this one super short too.
I really like the premise of The One and I loved this movie as a youngin. While it doesn't impress me as much it did the first time I saw, I still find it really enjoyable, plus once again, the music is epic and I love the ending :-) also, Jet Li fighting Jet Li!!!
A big dumb action movie with dumb science that is dumb fun.
A movie with a fascinating Sci-Fi concept and some very cool action set pieces. Incorporating many of the innovations and visual styles made popular by the Matrix movies, 'The One' is fairly successful at portraying super-powered humans in the modern world. This movie features a twist on the Highlander movie concept where a person becomes more powerful if he is able to end the lives of his alternate universe selves, becoming "The One". I believe this was the first film…
Mediocre action scenes
Mediocre scifi elements
Mediocre multiverse science
(almost forgot, bad special effects)
What a great film that pleases those wanting action. Li vs. Li. Certain scenes were laughable but man when it came down to the fighting it was fun and entertaining. Add that with a dash of drowning pool you have yourself a testosterone driven movie. A fun and rewatchable flick.
In the first five minutes of this film, we are treated to Basil Exposition explaining the plot if the movie. As soon as he utters the word 'multiverse', you know you can just switch off for ninety minutes and enjoy Li once again choosing a dodgy script to showcase his skills to Hollywood.
And he did this in favour of The Matrix Reloaded?
Basically Li plays several characters and there is one who goes around all the universes and killing…