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Rating: 6.60/10 from 16000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Dos mejor que uno

Title in Italiano:

Plus One

Title in Português:

Mais Um

Title in Français:

On sera deux!

Title in Türk:

On sera deux!

Title in Deutsch:

Plus One


Twenty somethings, Ben King and Alice Mori, who have close friends since college, reunite after a long time apart at the wedding of two mutual friends.

Despite the happiness of the event, the two are both facing the toughest challenge either of them have ever faced: Summer; the season of weddings. Alice is dreading this, as she has been recently dumped by her longtime boyfriend and is now without a date to every wedding she is obliged to attend. For Ben, a half hopeful, half hopeless romantic, he's simply biding his time and complacently waiting for his perfect match to walk into his life, much to the displeasure of his friends, all of whom are pushing forward in life and getting married themselves, and especially his father, whose own wedding is fast approaching.

With both of them needing to attend the weddings they're invited to, they agreed to be each others' plus one at each wedding to save face, ward off inquisitive friends, help Alice get over her ex's absence in her life and help Ben find his seemingly perfect match.

However, across the summer; the two eventually realize that sometimes your permanent 'plus one' isn't the person whom you expect to find in life.

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Play Title Artist
Plus One
All Is Found
Some Things Never Change
Into the Unknown
Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People (Cont.)
Lost in the Woods
When I Am Older
Show Yourself
The Next Right Thing
Frozen Heart - From "Frozen"/Soundtrack Version
Do You Want to Build a Snowman? - From "Frozen"/Soundtrack Version
For the First Time in Forever - From "Frozen"/Soundtrack Version
Love Is an Open Door - From "Frozen"/Soundtrack Version
Let It Go - From "Frozen"/Soundtrack Version
Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People - From "Frozen" / Soundtrack Version
Trying to Go Back
In Summer - From "Frozen"/Soundtrack Version
For the First Time in Forever (Reprise) - From "Frozen"/Soundtrack Version
Fixer Upper - From "Frozen"/Soundtrack Version
Ring in the Season
That Time of Year
Dry Lips
Martin Courtney: Performer
All the Same
Martin Courtney: Performer
Out of Tune
Martin Courtney: Performer
After the Graveyard
Martin Courtney: Performer
It's Real
Martin Courtney: Performer
How Might I Live
Alex Bleeker: Performer
Martin Courtney: Performer
Beach Comber
Martin Courtney: Performer
Semi-Charmed Life
Martin Courtney: Performer

User reviews

David Taylor

The use of both upbeat and mellow songs mirrors the ups and downs of the characters' relationships and personal growth throughout the movie.

Emily Nelson

The use of lyrical songs in key moments of the film adds another layer of emotion and resonance to the storytelling. The lyrics resonate with the characters' inner thoughts and feelings, creating a more profound connection between the audience and the protagonists.

John Williams

I appreciate how the soundtrack blends a mix of upbeat and melancholic tunes to mirror the ups and downs of Ben and Alice's experiences throughout the summer of weddings. The variation in musical styles keeps the audience engaged and emotionally connected to the characters' evolving relationship.

Mark Green

The soundtrack's diverse selection of songs adds depth and dimension to the storytelling, making it a memorable aspect of the film.

Edward Wilson

I found the soundtrack of Plus One to be underwhelming and uninspired. The music failed to capture the emotional depth and complexity of the characters' journeys throughout the film.

Michelle Mitchell

Overall, the soundtrack of Plus One contributes significantly to the overall tone and atmosphere of the film, elevating the viewing experience and leaving a lasting impression on the audience long after the credits roll.

Dorothy Allen

Overall, the music in Plus One adds an extra layer of depth and emotion to the already engaging narrative, making it a standout feature of the movie.

Michelle Adams

Each track in the soundtrack complements the scenes in the film, creating a cohesive and immersive viewing experience.

Donald Wilson

The soundtrack of Plus One perfectly captures the emotional journey of the main characters, Ben and Alice, as they navigate the challenges of the wedding season. The music enhances the storytelling and adds depth to their individual struggles and growth.

Donna Robinson

The music sets the tone for the emotional journey of the characters, enhancing the audience's connection to their struggles and triumphs.

Timothy Jones

The soundtrack of Plus One perfectly captures the bittersweet essence of the storyline, blending moments of joy and melancholy seamlessly.

Michael Anderson

The lack of variety in the musical themes made the soundtrack feel repetitive and monotonous. It did not enhance the storytelling or evoke the intended mood for key scenes, leaving me feeling disconnected from the characters' experiences.

Brian White

Overall, the soundtrack of Plus One missed the opportunity to elevate the film and create a more immersive viewing experience for the audience.