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The One(Superbit(TM)) (Sous-titres français)


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  • Actors: Jet Li, Carla Gugino, Delroy Lindo, Jason Statham, James Morrison
  • Directors: James Wong
  • Writers: James Wong, Glen Morgan
  • Producers: James Wong, Charles Newirth, Glen Morgan, Greg Silverman, Happy Walters
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Georgian, Chinese, Thai
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 14 and over
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Aug. 5 2003
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00008EY5X
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #94,344 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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By Gabriel Daniel on July 3 2014
Format: DVD
Très bon service et produit.
Merci,
Gabriel Daniel
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Format: DVD
GOOD ACTION, OK STORY LINE, silly movie.Get it if your action man movie.Dont get it if you dont like silly movies or ok story lines.I dont exactly reccomend it.....!!!!!!!!!!
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Many people might remember him as Jet Li, but for many Asian fans, he is still Li Lian Jie, a maestro of Shaolin martial arts. Now he is gone to Hollywood, and surely we miss him, not because his skills are not to be seen on big screen, but because he is utterly "Hollywood-nized." Though he is experiencing bigger things there, true fans know him through his films made in Hong Kong, and they know they are right.
"The One" is a sort of one extended, or I should say, stretched episode of "X-Files" series, which the director James Wong is deeply involved. Like his previous film "Final Destination," the film is built upon one unique premise, and here we are told in the opening that the universe is in reality a muti-verse, consisting of 125 different versions of the world. In one of them, Mr, Gore is the president of USA while in another Mr. Bush. On the basis of that concept, now Li can play 125 versions of himself, but ... do we need to watch all of them while one of them is already formidable?
Anyway, one evil Ji, coming out of one universe, travels to kill off all other versions of him, and the last one is a good guy Li, who must confront the other Li with a help from the policemen that watch over the prohibited interactions between those universes. As those policeman, Delroy Liodo ("Romeo Must Die") and Jason Statham ("Lock Stock...") appear.
Interested? Unfortunately, the film, short as it is, doesn't afford to hold our attention long as it sounds on paper, simply because of these following clear factors. Reason One: Li is a great action hero on his own, who doesn't need any other "one".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Tresca on March 22 2004
Format: DVD
Van Damme tried to do it in Timecop. Schwarzenegger tried it in The Last Action Hero. It seems every action hero has to eventually face himself. Literally, by playing his twin. Jet Li decided to get a head start by doing this movie relatively early in his career.
I really didn't expect much of this movie. The plot is complex: 125 parallel dimensions exist. A member of the Multiverse Bureau of Investigation accidentally kills one of his alteregos in a parallel universe and discovers that he becomes stronger, faster, and more powerful. Realizing that, if he kills all of his multiple selves, this process can make him a god, he goes off on a killing spree in the most egregious example of self-loathing this side of sci-fidom.
WAY too many critics put this movie down for its special effects. Specifically, that the effects mimic the Matrix. So what? Seeing Jet grab two motorcycles, one in each hand, and smash a man to death with them is a thrill. He kicks cops out of thin air, dodges bullets, and jumps across buildings. That's the best part of the movie.
The problem is, Jet Li just can't act. Or I should say, he can't act well. The plot demands a lot of him -- this is a rare instance of a script being better than the actor can handle. Jet Li is supposed to weep over his wife's loss, act in multiple roles as his multiple selves, display rage, hope, madness...more than most people display in a year. Jet can't do it. His English is quite good, but he simply doesn't have the range.
And in a movie all ABOUT range, Jet can't pull it off. But that's okay, what he does is some amazing martial arts, demonstrates really cool special effects, and provides a funky plotline that inspired me enough to want to run a mini-campaign in this setting (maybe I will, hmmm). That's the highest compliment I can give any movie.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Brad E Pinchot on Jan. 29 2004
Format: DVD
Okay folks, don't get your fruit-of-the-loom in a bunch about the plot, storyline or try to review this movie from a Shakespearean angle. It's a Jet Li movie for crying out loud. I thought the universe jumping renegade idea was unique and the people who brought you this movie put a lot of effort in it. The DVD extras shows this and you can't help but be impress. Now back to the movie, I found it really entertaining from an action junkie's point of view. It's a thrill watching Jet handcuff half a dozen Los Angeles Sheriff's officers like he was knitting a sweater. The finally fight is awesome with the good versus evil Jet Li's. He moves so effortlessly that it makes sense that he's not very tall and not very muscular. He easily runs circles around much taller and more muscular opponents. He looks great in this movie. The space age, high tech background to his martials arts was kinda different and it keeps Jet fresh and interesting to his devoted fans, but I can also imagine him winning a few Trekkie fans with this movie. Jason Statham and Delroy Lindo as Multiuniverse policemen was also a nice touch. Statham did a pretty decent job with the American accent and Jet spoke more words in English than his previous American movies. He sounded better than I expected. Carla Gugino, the mom from Spy Kids, appears breifly as Jet's loving wife. Their relationship adds a human side to this story, but I thought it could have been more physical and she could have played a bigger role. I often wonder why Jet never kissed any of his leading ladies, even though he is able to convey a certain romatic side on screen as evident in "Romeo Must Die". Whenever the script calls for a love interest, the relationship is presented in a subtle way, but Jet's face is so expressive that maybe that's all that is needed. With this movie, I've difinetly became a solid Jet Li fan.
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