I See You (2019) is a English movie. Adam Randall has directed this movie. Helen Hunt,Jon Tenney,Judah Lewis,Owen Teague are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. I See You (2019) is considered one of the best Crime,Drama,Horror,Mystery,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
Strange occurrences plague a small town detective and his family as he investigates the disappearance of a young boy.
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I was lucky enough to catch I See You at SXSW in Austin and I can't stop thinking about this movie. Greg and Jackie Harper (Jon Tenney and Helen Hunt) are a married couple, he a detective and she a psychiatrist, who are facing some marital difficulties when young boys begin disappearing under unusual circumstances. While Greg investigates strange and unexplainable things begin happening in the Harper house. I don't want to say more but know that this is a movie I want to see again. The story is so well put together that I was surprised with the direction the movie takes and the acting too was top notch.
Wow, so many twist and turns it's hard to talk about without giving anything away... Villains become heroes, and heroes become villains, and by the end you don't know who you should be rooting for. Helen was not fully utilized in this movie, but she did a fantastic job for the short amount of screen time she does have. This movie is very different from any other traditional "horror" movie. It's definitely more of a psychological thriller with all it's tricky surprises. Halfway through the movie something major is revealed to the audience, and we then relive the beginning of the movie knowing new information from a different point of view. It really works, and I cannot think of another film to do this successfully in a long time. While watching, you can tell it is low budget, but it does not ruin the value. The sound is fantastic and the music is chilling. (Think "Get Out" meets "Annihilation") A modern horror sound, page turning script, edgy cinematography, good acting, and 3 surprising twists = a wonderfully fun thriller execution.
I watched this film at the cleveland international film festival. the huge theater was packed with some folks actually standing in the back. the movie jumped right into the story and was mesmerizing throughout. great cinematography and character development. the lighting was especially well done. riveting. captivating. and spine tingling. loved it!
I saw this at the Cleveland International Film Festival, interested to see some familiar locations, but not expecting much. Instead I experienced a nuanced thriller with excellent acting and unexpected plot twists that If you like Sliding Doors and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead, you might just love this film!
Nothing better than a thriller that is thoughtfully planned, with excellent acting. Lucky enough to see this at the Cleveland International Film Festival last week and couldn't stop thinking about it. Dynamic music added to the experience.