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Uploaded on Sep 11, 2010
It's incredibly easy to see the flaws in a movie like I Know Who Killed Me. The script by Jeff Hammond is ludicrous, riddled with plot holes, bad dialogue and leaden attempts at psychological trickery. The lead performance by Lindsay Lohan in a dual role is shaky at best, leading to some bad line readings that only highlight the worst of the inept dialogue. But what is interesting to me about reviews of the film is that not only did critics spend most of their time wagging their fingers in misplaced fits of moral outrage at Lohan's off-screen behavior, they turned a blind eye to the fact that, in the middle of a summer blockbuster season, a studio film made an honest attempt to stand out from the crowd. While it's easy to consider it an overall failure, the over-the-top, anything-goes tone the film achieves puts it in the good company of so trashy they're entertaining films like Wild Things and Basic Instinct. Don't get me wrong -- the film is not a misunderstood classic, but there's plenty about it to recommend if you can look past the obvious flaws. http://www.theparallaxreview.com/colu...