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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Tla
  • Release Date: Oct. 18 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005GM38NI

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The One

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By Undie Guy on Dec 15 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
It is a story about one guy that falls for a married man and how they come together. I just didn't care for the end. The story movie is a gay rom-com but you don't end up with that rom-com ending.
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It's not a bad movie. It's just not the romantic comedy it's been marketed as so I was pretty disappointed by that.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Not what it promises Nov. 12 2011
By oz reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Really depressing movie. It is marketed as a comedy when it's totally the opposite. Where's the funny? No truth in advertising here.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Just average - misleading cover! Dec 5 2011
By Pitbulltje - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Well, I start with the misleading cover. Judging by the faces of the actors one could say it must be a comedy. Unfortunately, the moments when you can laugh are really seldom. It's more drama.
In a few words - it's yet another story about a guy who has problems with his own sexuality, thus he hurts everybody around.
What I liked the most about this film, was the actress who played mother of the main gay character.
There are parts in the screenplay that sound and look quite fake (for example the ending scenes, or the scenes with french rap music in background (he????french rap???).
On the other hand, knowing the ability of US cinema makers to create real gay-theme nightmares, "The one" isn't entirely bad.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Another really annoying queer romance March 30 2012
By Jason L. Daniel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
If you're looking for more than eye candy, you'd better look elsewhere. The leads are hunky, the acting is okay, and it's all nicely shot, but that's where the positives end. The characters are depressingly shallow and the story is a queasy collation of unhealthy gay fantasy, laced with internalised homophobia. Tommy scores the hitherto straight jock and instantly decides he's "The One". There's nothing in the script to suggest this is about anything other than Daniel being "straight"/virginal and (sorta, kinda) hot. (Gay seduces Straight fantasy - check). Our "hero" then pursues his quarry relentlessly, inviting him on a weekend away under false pretences, befriending his fiancée, pretending to be straight to go on a double date with the newlyweds - and never stopping to wonder if any of this might be morally questionable, or evidence of a serious lack of self-esteem. Yet we're supposed to like this guy, and then like Daniel when he starts to succumb. I don't think so.

I'm sure there are still guys who'll find all of this a turn on. But they need therapy not a twisted romantic drama to fuel their hopeless fantasy.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Good movie till the ending Dec 1 2011
By Tony Philpott - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I agree with everyone else. The movie really worked for me until the abrupt ending. The story was realistic, the acting good. I would have given this 3-4 stars but the ending totally soured me on the movie. It was almost like they ran out of money and said "ok..lets just finish here." There was no resolution it just stopped. And can anyone tell me what the closeup of the discarded book left in the park by Daniel was all about in the last scene. Was that significant or meant to mean anything? I couldn't make out the title of the book so if there was a message there then I lost it....
Message to director/writer/producer...if you are going to market a film as a romantic comedy then give it a definate ending...I can't see "Notting Hill" being the sucess it was if it had of ended when Hugh Grant rushed into the hotel for the press conference.
11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Tommy fakes us out....puts one over on....... Oct. 26 2011
By JUST A REVIEWER2 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
.......almost all of us. Read on to find out how).

This isn't as well done as "Shelter".....nor quite as good as "Latter Days (Unrated Edition)".....BUT it's not far off their mark

A CAST OF ENGAGING CHARACTERS (making up the Devilish and Age-old TRIANGLE):

- Tommy Miller (Guy #1) - (played by: Ian Novick) ---- To date, a smaller parts actor. Yet, this film shows he merits so much more....if nothing else, for the cute hunkiness and honesty he brings to Tommy....a Guy who grabs our hearts....a Guy who's In Pursuit. "T" is Open...he's Out...knows the man he wants....and he takes us along on the joyride to get him. He's an upfront Guy, who tells it like it is. A Mister Personality....most definitely deserving of that capital "P". Of our two male lead characters, Tommy's "The One" you're most likely to fall for. And you will have a ball while doing so.

- Daniel (Guy #2) - (played by: Jon Prescott) ---- Lots of TV series work....yet with a plum film role in 2010's gay-related, "Howl", playing the James Franco character's oft-time lover. Here, in this story, he's playing the built and pretty Daniel....an emotionally torn man, suffering a severe case of "Closetophobia". Perhaps now's a good time for the question: WHO is the love of this man's life? Is it the fiance and wife-to-be? Or is it, perhaps....what's that Guy's name, again? Oh, and you should watch for what is, to me, the somewhat puzzling way in which Prescott plays this role: facially expressive with other characters in the film.....BUT, strangely, almost always detached looking / fairly expressionless in his scenes with Tommy.

AN ASIDE ABOUT DANIEL ---- Did ANY of you out there, having seen this film, realize how very many guys Daniel's life represents? A man, like so many of us, who becomes engaged...marries and fathers a child....all the while never facing up to who he is, sexually. How many of us are living this kind of life, one which Family...Society...expects of us? A life which is not really our own...not who we really are? Should it be at all surprising how many of us are Daniels

- Jen (The One Stuck in the Middle) - (played by: Margaret Anne Florence) ---- Quite a bit of TV work...with 3 or so lesser movies thrown into the mix. Jen is a pert and pretty gal, as both fiancee and bride. A level headed woman, very much in love with her man. YET, she's a someone who unknowingly comes to meet and grow quite friendly with "The Other Man". In doing so, Florence pulls it off in a most believable manner. Even though you and I are watching her through guys' eyes....she'll MAKE us deeply feel both her happiness and her despair. Be prepared.

A LAST THOUGHT (I told you at the beginning to watch for this):

- For those of you UNhappy with the way in which this film SEEMINGLY ends....in a less than romantic way (yes, I've looked at your reviews and displeasure here and there)....just read on.

- Aaah, yes. So, Tommy...Our Mister Upfront Guy. See...right about here is where you movie watchers should be remembering...recalling that really important thing he's already told us (more than once). What? What is it, you ask? ....THAT HE IS IN LOVE...IN TRUE LOVE...(something he's also told the object of his affection). SO...you doubters out there....put all such thoughts aside. For there is NO way in which a man like the Tommy we've come to know...with his depth of feelings...would just walk away from "The One". From that person who he just learned has again become available. NO way in which a caring sort like Tommy would leave another man waiting at the altar. Unless.....UNLESS he has very definite plans to reenter the life of "The One" (though he may wait a bit...just to make a Someone squirm). And if you think otherwise about this, then "T" has, indeed, Totally Faked you out. So....BUCK UP!...CHEER UP!......in the REAL ending of this film, you're going to get exactly what you were hoping for. HAPPY viewing!

PS: You might want to try these 3 great little REGION 2 DVDs (probably for more mature Gays): "Four More Years Fyra år till 4 More Years [ NON-USA FORMAT, PAL, Reg.2 Import - Sweden ]" /// "He Is My Girl La folle histoire d'amour de Simon Eskenazy (He's My Girl Ma mec à moi (O trelos erotas tou Simon Eskenazy [ NON-USA FORMAT, PAL, Reg.2 Import - United Kingdom ]" /// "Different From Whom? Diverso da chi? [ NON-USA FORMAT, PAL, Reg.2 Import - Italy ]".....(I've done reviews).

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