I See You

critic Reviews

68% Fresh Tomatometer Score68%
  • I See You gets tripped up on its own narrative contortions, but a solid cast and an effective blend of scares and suspense make this slow-building mystery worth watching.
  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Adam MockFilm Inquiry
    From clichéd plot devices to the somber score, what starts off feeling amateurish and tiresome becomes a crafty nailbiter.
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    M.V. MoorheadPhoenix Magazine
    I See You is an impressive exercise in precision plotting.
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    Matt DonatoFlickering Myth
    What's said about hiding in plain sight cannot be understated, which may be the film's scariest message of all.
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    Todd JorgensonCinemalogue
    ... steers its story in multiple directions with mixed results, although even when its central mystery becomes muddled, the film maintains a suspenseful undercurrent.
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    Peter SobczynskieFilmCritic.com
    Screenwriter Devon Graye has created a smartly written storyline that plays with the tropes of a number of familiar genres in interesting ways that keep viewers guessing.
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  • Rotten Tomatometer Score
    Nick AllenRogerEbert.com
    It would be impossible to guess the ending of I See You during its tiresome first act, which is something numerous films can't tout, but the movie uses cheap tricks to earn that kudos.
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    Mark DujsikMark Reviews Movies
    I See You never finds a solid foundation for its story.
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    Dennis HarveyVariety
    An eerie suspense exercise that starts out looking like a supernatural tale - one of several viewer presumptions this cleverly engineered narrative eventually pulls the rug out from under.
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    Noel MurrayLos Angeles Times
    Director Adam Randall and screenwriter Devon Graye have delivered the kind of sly nail-baiter that could use a little more open space on the calendar to build up buzz so it can get noticed by fans of imaginative, original horror.
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    Frank SwietekOne Guy's Opinion
    A trick, but a pretty good one....may be a mite too clever for its own good, but you have to admire the chutzpah involved.
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