The Ones Below


Action / Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 71%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 53%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 8113


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Reviewed by jonchamps 3 / 10

A gaping maw of a plot hole at the end ruins this film

The idea is a good one, and up until the last ten minutes it's actually very clever. However - spoiler alert - baby goes missing, no investigation, father never mentions why wife is so worried and no police? over a missing baby? Rudimentary investigation would have revealed who did it in ten minutes. Utterly relentlessly pointless ending that makes no sense! How was this ever released with such a painful plot hole!

Reviewed by rdeflorio-65895 4 / 10

Indicative of the times we live in

I'm not naming actors by name. You have the couple expecting a child and the couple who lose one in the apartment below. Female below is dominated by an older man, who's full of himself to the point of nausea, who goes berserk after wife falls down steps after dinner "party". Said fall blamed on couple expecting's cat but truth is female below is freaking out due to dominants behavior, and try's to hurry out due to hiding wine consumption. Those below lose child. But the words yelled by dominating male WOULD INSURE NO FURTHER CONTACT WITH THOSE BELOW. But these are times when one must be positive regardless of behavior. Which leads to an unbelievable acquiescence by the couple expecting for these two dysfunctional and possible dangerous people below to be intertwined with them to the point of letting the woman below to "watch" baby of couple expecting, essentially a complete stranger, for hours on end. There's enough red flags yet father goes along with the ones below machinations even after mother gets wise....These are times when altruism is the norm. Where the phrase "don't be a hater" originated. The result is earned. Disturbing ending.

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 6 / 10

Could you change the light bulb?

Contains a plot spoiler or two.

Justin (Stephen Campbell Moore) and Kate (Clémence Poésy) are expecting their first child after 10 years of marriage. Kate is distant from her mother (Deborah Findlay) and looks at a picture of her brother of which we know nothing about. Meanwhile, what appears to be the perfect couple moves in downstairs. Theresa (Laura Birn) is from Germany and her husband Jon (David Morrissey) is an international banker. He doesn't appear to be as nice. She is also expecting.

PLOT SPOILER PART: Circumstances cause Theresa to lose her child and a rift occurs between couples. However, they make nice, Theresa babysits and goes Rebecca De Mornay all over the film. Now at this point the film could turn out two or three ways and they chose the lazy ending.

The actors really put themselves into the script which failed to create the real thriller and suspense film this could have been.

Guide: F-word. Sex. Blurred preggo nudity. Close up breast feeding. Rebecca De Mornay was better.

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