Lindsay Lohan isn’t the biggest fan of her 2007 thriller I Know Who Killed Me. In fact, she recommends that you avoid the flick altogether.
Directed by Chris Sivertson, the film tells the story of a girl who mysterious vanishes into thin air. When she finally returns, she claims to be someone else. Unraveling the secrets requires a considerable amount of patience even for people who thrive on bad movies.
Those of you who are planning to sit down with I Know Who Killed Me at some point in the near future should probably take Lindsay Lohan’s advice. Even the star of Siverston’s lackluster thriller doesn’t think you should waste your precious time with this particular endeavor.
According to The Hollywood Gossip, Lohan was allowed to venture online to celebrate her 27th birthday on July 2. The actress is currently undergoing treatment at the Cliffside Malibu rehabilitation facility.
Not surprisingly, it didn’t take Lindsay Lohan very long to find her way onto Twitter. Once she logged into the micro-blogging site, the actress discovered a message from someone who claimed to have watched I Know Who Killed Me twice in one night.
In exchange for putting his mental and emotional health at risk, the Twitter user wanted a tweet from the actress. She kindly obliged, though she took a dig at her own film in the process. At least she has a sense of humor.
“Two times too many!” Lindsay Lohan responded.
Just how bad is I Know Who Killed Me? The film currently sports a Rotten Tomatoes score of 6 percent and an audience score of 29 percent. The flick’s Metacritic score, meanwhile, stalled out at an unhealthy 16. In other words, it’s a fairly terrible motion picture.
TV Guide reviewer Maitland McDonagh summed it up nicely:
The most shocking thing about this ludicrous serial-killer shocker, released the week troubled 21-year-old former child star Lindsay Lohan was arrested on DUI and cocaine-possession charges, is that it’s the kind of film actresses generally make when their careers are well and truly on the skids.
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