We all know "me too".
He: I really like this move.
I: Me too.
Why isn't it just:
To me it sounds a bit like:
He really likes this movie and me too.
(If you don't say, "I too".)
Is this a typical I/me confusion?
He loves you more than I. -> I don't love you as much as he does.
He loves you more than me. -> He doesn't love me as much he loves you.
(I know it has nothing to do with "me too" but with I/me )