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I Know Who Killed Me

A torture victim claims that she’s been mistaken for another woman.

Lindsay Lohan just can't catch a break, said Elizabeth Weitzman in the New York Daily News. Fresh out of rehab, the 21-year-old actress and party girl was recently arrested for drunken driving and cocaine possession. But her misfortune didn't end there—last weekend also saw the release of her new movie, I Know Who Killed Me. Even Lohan's glassy-eyed mug shot 'œwas made with more skill than this bottom-of-the-barrel B-movie.' Directed by 'œbudding Brian De Palma' Chris Sivertson, the movie is a supernatural mystery trimmed with torture porn, said Ty Burr in The Boston Globe. Lohan plays Aubrey, a virginal teen abducted by a serial killer. When she wakes in the hospital as a double amputee, Aubrey is no longer Aubrey, she's a stripper named Dakota. This means 'œwe get to see Lohan pole-dance lewdly and have wild amputee sex while keeping just enough clothes on to cover her career.' Lohan's acting actually isn't so bad in I Know Who Killed Me, said Glenn Kenny in Premiere.com. But she should fire her agent for allowing her to star in this disgusting 'œthriller' at all. Sivertson and screenwriter Jeffrey Hammond's clumsy attempts at David Lynch–style symbolism (a blue rose for Aubrey, a red one for Dakota) and idiotic plot twists make the film 'œa case study in what happens when the talentless emulate the inspired.'

Rating: R

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