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I Know Who Killed Me

I Know Who Killed Me

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Director: Chris Sivertson

Cast: Lindsay Lohan, Julia Ormond, Neal McDonough


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Lindsay Lohan stars in the mind-bending psychological thriller I Know Who Killed Me. She plays Aubrey Fleming, an unfortunate young woman whose life -- and body -- are irreparably damaged following an abduction by a heinous serial killer. Though Aubrey pulls off a miraculous escape from the clutches of the madman, she does so with


Lindsay Lohan stars in the mind-bending psychological thriller I Know Who Killed Me. She plays Aubrey Fleming, an unfortunate young woman whose life -- and body -- are irreparably damaged following an abduction by a heinous serial killer. Though Aubrey pulls off a miraculous escape from the clutches of the madman, she does so with deep-seated psychological scars, plus the loss of a hand, a leg, and untold amounts of blood. While Aubrey's parents view her return as a veritable answer to their prayers, they must soon confront an outrageous and seemingly inexplicable twist: the girl who returned claims another identity -- that of a young woman named Dakota. She also exhibits a wholly different personality and mannerisms than Aubrey did, and -- frighteningly -- insists that Aubrey is still very much alive, in the throes of the maniac's grip, and only inches away from death.

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All Movie Guide - Jason Buchanan
If David Lynch had directed an Italian thriller from the late 1970s or early 1980s, chances are the results would be something akin to I Know Who Killed Me -- a kind of frenetic, Gen-Y giallo that seems tailor-made for Lindsay Lohan's floundering career. While many critics seem eager to dismiss the movie as so-called "torture porn", it definitely has more similarities to the occasionally incoherent Italian thrillers of yesteryear than it does to the likes of Saw or Captivity, and to take that approach seems something of a cop out. Despite being quite an audacious and ambitious effort, I Know Who Killed Me ultimately falls victim to director Chris Sivertson and first-time screenwriter Jeff Hammond's inability to pull off the kind of Lynchian psychological complexity to which they obviously aspire. Anyone who saw Sivertson's commendably disturbing debut The Lost can attest to the influence that Lynch seems to have had on the emerging director, but here in his sophomore effort that influence has become more a hindrance than an asset (after all, by the time Lynch took a trip to Twin Peaks, he already had an impressive body of work to his name). Yet despite being somewhat overlong and eventually buckling under its own ambition and lack of logic, it is precisely these traits (in addition to some truly repulsive gore) that really make I Know Who Killed Me such a magnificent mess. Veteran cinematographer John R. Leonetti's lush photography does lend the film a highly polished, intoxicatingly surreal look at times, though his skills as a visual stylist are frequently offset by first-time feature screenwriter Jeff Hammond's slipshod script and some truly cringe-worthy acting -- especially by star Lohan. Stated simply, Lohan is awful; she's totally unconvincing as an ivory-tapping suburban good girl, and seems completely out of her element as a seedy stripper (note to actresses who want to seem edgy by playing strippers but are intent on maintaining their "no nudity" clause: don't -- it just looks silly and prudish). In the end, it's I Know Who Killed Me's over-the-top imagery, incoherence, jaw-dropping twist, and mind-bending execution that will likely appeal to genre buffs and fans of the outrageous, but for everyone else, the only draw here is the chance to marvel at the breathtaking spectacle of a falling star.

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Sony Pictures
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[Wide Screen]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Special Features

Alternate opening; Alternate ending; Extended strip dance scene; Blooper reel

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lindsay Lohan Aubrey Fleming,Dakota Moss
Julia Ormond Susan Fleming
Neal McDonough Daniel Fleming
Brian Geraghty Jerrod Pointer
Garcelle Beauvais Agent Julie Bascombe
Spencer Garrett Agent Phil Lazarus
Marc Senter Actor
Gregory Itzin Dr. Greg Jameson
Clint Johnson Actor
Art Bell Actor
Eddie Steeples Actor

Technical Credits
Chris Sivertson Director
Benita Allen Asst. Director
Jerry Fleming Production Designer
Tom T. Gores Executive Producer
David Grace Co-producer
Austin Greg Art Director
Jeff Hammond Screenwriter
Lawrence Jordan Editor
Rachel Sage Kunin Costumes/Costume Designer
Dino S. Ladki Casting
John R. Leonetti Cinematographer
Johnny O. Lopez Executive Producer
Frank Mancuso Producer
Aaron Mazzolini Co-producer
Joel McNeely Score Composer
Ed White Sound/Sound Designer


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I Know Who Killed Me 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
iCarlyGleek More than 1 year ago
I'm not a big fan of horror-type movies, but I enjoyed this movie very much. Some scenes are very graphic, but if you're willing to look past that, GREAT MOVIE!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If it was not Lohan acting as the lead, I would have taken this movie more seriously. However, the mystery kept me watching. Even though a good 1/4 of the movie is Dakota dancing on a pole for unecessarily long periods of time, the time NOT occupied by a pole scene is actually quite intriguing. A suprisingly okay movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A Stripper Pole, an underage sexpot, and a man taking fingers and legs sets the mood for this frighteningly good horror flick with Lindsay Lohan. At the beginning, a stripper dances until her pole drips blood. The next morning, she is sighting a poem she wrote about a biological twin "Dakota". That night, she is kidnapped, mutilated, and left for dead by the side of a road. This is only the beginning. When the main character, Aubrey, ends up looking to fit the mutilated profile, she begins to freak. She's not this "Aubrey" chick everyone keeps saying she is, and starts to loose her mind. Until she's well enough to go find the butcher herself. Missing a leg, that is. Oh, and a hand. When she finally does crack this psychotic case, you'll still be dying for answers. Seriously, i had no idea what was going on in this thriller until, like, the last 15 minutes. Who is Aubrey, how did she die, and who killed her? This film is terrifying!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
u read the story out line so i wont outline it again. this movie kept me guessing and guessing. twist and turns are everywhere. there is good horror to. the creepy blue man who stalks dakota/aubrey is one of the freakiest killers ive seen. he wheres blue gloves and face masks and uses blue weapons. the acting was just ok. lindsay did great and i wanna see her do better scary movies. this was scary creepy gross-out funny and sexy(pole scenes were great) but the story line is un even and very confusing. but it is wildly entertaining , the pole dancing, the torture, the comedy, the mystery. it is a guilty pleasure of mine and will go in my collection. if u are a horror movie fan this will be great for u. fan of lindsay this will too. or even people who hate her(she gets tortured). all together greatly entertained.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Oh wow...what a TOTAL waste of time and money. If there is an award for worst screen play, this movie would have to take it. The worst lines EVER in a movie. Lohan's at an all-time low here as far as her acting is concerned. And though I got the plot and what happened, there was no logical sequence to it. Not to mention who the killer turned out to be and their motive for doing it (Absurd!). If there is a rock bottom to Lindsay's career (and personal life), she seems to have hit it. Sorry Linday...I think I am going to have to turn in my Lohan Fan Card now. I am ashamed to have it.
Satchema More than 1 year ago
This movie was only entertaining because you had to laugh at how bad it was. The plot had so many holes it was ridiculous . I can see what they may have been going for but they kinda missed the mark . I just couldn't take it seriously and if you watch the whole movie you will find that the title doesn't even make sense.Ok to watch on cable, not good enough to purchase.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is beyond bad. Lindsay Lohan better stick to light comedies like "Mean Girls" because this "drama queen" can't act dramatically to save her life. There is one scene where she is crying hysterically due to being tortured and you would be hard pressed to find ONE single tear under her eyes. This movie is dumb and insults one's intelligence. I barely got through it. Definitely one of the worst I have seen in awhile.