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I Know Who Killed Me (2007)

I Know Who Killed Me (2007): Reviewed by BRYAN SCHUESSLER

This film was directed by Chris Sivertson, who is the writer for the upcoming Wicked Lake (2008) and co-director of  Toolbox Murders: As It Was (2003). I Know Who Killed Me stars Lindsey Lohan (Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004) and Freaky Friday (2003)), Julie Ormand ( David Lynch’s Inland Empire (2006)), and Neal McDonough who has been in tons of tv shows, The Hitcher (2007), Walking Tall (2004), and Minority Report (2002), to name just a few. McDonough plays Lohan’s father, Daniel Fleming. Ormand plays Lohan’s mother, Susan Fleming.

The plot of the film revolves around Audbrey Fleming (Lohan), who gets kidnapped by a serial killer. The same serial killer who has been picking off hapless victims, primarily young women, for months. Aubrey lives to tell about it and works through her memory to try to identify and help the police catch the murderer.

This movie did not suck as much as I thought it would. I actually was intrigued by it. For one, Lindsey Lohan plays a stripper that does not strip or is even nude throughout the film. I found that interesting.

At times, it was like watching a sexy music video…but it had a plot twist and did keep me interested throughout. Lohan did a decent job acting. Myabe it was not so much acting as it was true to real-life. I have seen more nude pics of that actress than I care to mention. It had lots of style and used colors effectively during the late night “dance acts” that were filmed for the exotic dancer scenes. There were quite a few shots filmed in a blue hue. For purposes not to be revealed by me, the theme of the film was the color blue. I don’t want to give away the plot. It definitely is worth a look. It had some blood in it, and some body parts here and there, but nothing really gory or mechanically fancy. The storyline was what drove this film home for me. At times, there was some very suspenseful scenes that kept me on edge. It was a decent flick. I guess if you do not like Lindsey Lohan , this movie is not for you. This movie is all about Lohan’s character, or characters.You will know what i mean after you see it, if you do.