The One I Love

A young couple (Mark Duplass, Elisabeth Moss) hope to salvage their troubled marriage with a weekend getaway at a house out in the country, only to find the adjoining cottage occupied by duplicates of themselves. Screenwriter Justin Lader has exactly one good idea here—the doppelgangers are idealized versions of the spouses, each of whom quite naturally prefers the duplicate to the annoying person he or she came with—but that isn’t enough to keep this afloat until the end. When the couple first realize what’s going on, the husband immediately references The Twilight Zone, whose 26-minute time slot would have been more appropriate here. Charlie McDowell directed; with Ted Danson.