I Know Who Killed Me
An idyllic small town is rocked when Aubrey Fleming (Lindsay Lohan), a bright and promising young woman, is abducted and tortured by a sadistic serial killer. When she manages to escape, the traumatized girl who regains consciousness in the hospital insists that she is not who they think she is and that the real Aubrey Fleming is still in mortal danger.
- Category:Thriller, Crime, Mystery
- Stars:Bonnie Aarons, Lindsay Lohan, Michael Adler, Julia Ormond, Garcelle Beauvais, Neal McDonough, Art Bell, Stacy Daniel, Michael Esparza, David Figlioli, Amy Fuehrer, Jane Galloway Heitz, Spencer Garrett, Brian Geraghty, Cornelia Guest,
- Director:Chris Sivertson, Chris Sivertson,
- Writer:Jeff Hammond
A young woman named Aubrey Fleming (Lindsay Lohan) falls victim to a sadistic kidnapper. But when she reappears, she surprisingly claims to be someone else entirely. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
I Know Who Killed Me torrent reviews
(de) wrote: It's an interesting movie set in the backdrop of Americanized Chinese culture. It's humourous in spots, touching in others. Ultimately, it's...okay.It's funny how many Asian actors they managed to find for this film. Seems like all of them.
(it) wrote: Some interesting symbolism, but overall, the movie cannot avoid the simplistic, amateurish, low-budget origin
(mx) wrote: I went to see this because it looked interesting (I loved Run Lola Run which is a similar genre) and the director is from Boardman, OH. I live near there and want people to know how many amazing, talented people come from this part of Ohio.While the movie felt a little forced at times, I found it to be visually very interesting and the characters likeable, there is definitely a payoff by the end that is worth the price of admission. Christopher Walkin has several memorable, scrambeled soliloquies.
(ca) wrote: funny but can only watch it once
(it) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
(au) wrote: There is a good story to tell about the raising of the flag at Iwo Jima, but not this way. I lost count, but there are at least 3 story timelines in this film, and the narrative bounces jarringly between them. I think one or two scenes even repeat. Yeesh. Still, the story of the politics behind the famous picture and the sad tale of poor Ira Hayes kept me from turning this off. And in a way, that was a bummer, because the end is so cheesy and rah-rah that I cringed physically and even made a whimpering noise. I just wish I had stuck to "Saving Private Ryan" which had an extremely superior beach landing scene.
(br) wrote: So, I like Jane Austen and all, clearly, but this really just went flat with me. To be fair, I haven't read this book, so I don't know if it's the plot or the way that it was handled that made it just so meh, so perhaps I'm judging too harshly. Now for the even harsher stuff. I did not like Billie Piper in this, and I'm a fan of hers, sort of. She had no spark at all, she was just sort of dull and phoned in, even. The directing was bad, but at least the costumes were pretty.
(us) wrote: soccer dog the what? Oh the movie...oh ok, now I know
(ca) wrote: You can watch the entire film on YouTube, in ten installments. I wouldn't pay to rent this one, but if you're bored and love Helen Mirren...
(kr) wrote: this is one of my all time favorites...why didn't i rate this awesome film before? psh! just one of the best movies of the 90s that is all.
(fr) wrote: I love productions with David Suchet in them but this flick's storyline was a pale repeat of many others. There's been some true classics but this is not one of them.
(br) wrote: I woulda seen this if it were a comedy.
(us) wrote: Jimmy Stewart is the most adorable thing on the planet in this film. When his voice squeaks while singing "Easy to Love" America found an icon.
(fr) wrote: wow! what a pile of ape crap. D
(fr) wrote: This one was very shit. the only thing i remember about it is Eve mendes being brainwashed.
(nl) wrote: Bette Davis plays dueling twin sisters; one rich, one poor. One commits murder and pretends to be the other. Take a wild guess. Pure fun. I finally own a copy!!!