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The One

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In a story that looks quite different when it is talking about a frequent copy of a person. That story began with Gabriel Yolao, a police officer facing an alternative version of himself. That version grows strongly each time, as every alternative kills him and shows a different version and plans to kill Gabriel in an exciting and strange.
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Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL)

August 22, 2002

You should know you're in trouble when you steal ideas from Highlander.
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RTÉ (Ireland)
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May 22, 2003

Hasn't enough good dialogue here for one Yulaw, never mind two.
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Washington Post

November 02, 2001

I guess you would call this a twin Jet movie. That doesn't quite take off.
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Cinenganos

June 08, 2002

una colección de huecos inexplicables en su guión.
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Washington Post

November 02, 2001

A chaotic kung fu, sci-fi, rama-lama-dingdong on themes handled more originally by The Matrix.
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Movie Metropolis
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March 31, 2009

Bullets fly, lights flash, action occurs, time goes by, but nothing actually happens.
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Village Voice
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November 06, 2001

Wong's efficiently creepy Final Destination was as much memento mori as teen disposal unit, but in The One the maze of death leads only to exhaustion.
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eFilmCritic.com
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March 19, 2003

A sci-fi kung-fu mish-mash of dreck . . . The use of stand-ins is obvious and the resolution is ludicrous.
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USA Today
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November 02, 2001

Fans of The Matrix will hold their noses, as will those who put down sparring Arnold Schwarzeneggers in The 6th Day (now looking better).
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Film Quips Online
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February 08, 2003

All I know is, if there are really multiple parallel universes, I pity all the versions of me that have to watch all the versions of this movie.
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New York Post

November 03, 2001

This sci-fi/martial arts hybrid has the stale aura of a product assembled out of bits of other action movies.
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Toronto Star
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November 02, 2001

It's the kind of movie ... where the hero is cheered not for the grace of his moves but for the number of rounds of ammo he can spray and the punches he can land.
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