The 2007 thriller “I Know Who Killed Me” stars Lindsay Lohan as Aubrey, a gifted teenager kidnapped by a serial killer. Aubrey is finally discovered, albeit badly injured, however when she wakes up, she insists she’s an erotic dancer named Dakota Moss. Her dad and mom consider their daughter has delusions from PTSD, nevertheless it turns into more and more clear that Dakota/Aubrey could also be telling the reality.
On the time of launch, the movie concurrently acquired a 9% score on Rotten Tomatoes and earned a paltry $9 million, in line with Box Office Mojo. Nevertheless, Charles Bramesco of The Guardian has argued that the film’s duality is a commentary on Lohan’s movie star, writing that the movie is “a hysterical parody of the cautionary story projected on to all younger ladies, teenaged starlets particularly, that their virginal innocence may be tarnished into slatternly ethical dissipation with one unsuitable transfer.” It might need been extra of a success if it hadn’t coincided with the actress’ elevated notoriety.
“I Know Who Killed Me” finally did not convey Lohan down, although, as she continued to score chances for a comeback, whether or not by way of internet hosting “SNL,” touchdown visitor roles on reveals like “Glee,” or beginning her personal actuality present. Who is aware of — perhaps her upcoming Netflix vacation romantic comedy (through Variety) will catapult her to stardom as soon as once more.