You Must See These 8 Films Like I See You

You Must See These 8 Films Like I See You ...

'I See You,' a horror-thriller film starring Adam Randall, is set in the disappearance of a ten-year-old boy named Justin Whitter. Spitzky (Gregory Alan Williams), a retired detective who investigated similar cases 15 years ago, is faced with the gradual breakdown of his family at home as a result of his wife's (Helen Hunt) infidelity.

'I See You' is an unusual film that features one of the most surprising twists in cinematic history. Here are a few suggestions if you have already seen it and enjoyed it.

Disturbia (2007)

Kale Brecht (Shia LaBeouf) of New Jersey hasn't been the same since his father's death in a car accident. Kale is sentenced to three months in jail for blaming his Spanish teacher for mentioning his father while scolding him.

'Disturbia' may not have the major twist that 'I See You' does, but it does still have a heavily underrated and slow-burn narrative, both set in picture-perfect suburbia that hides its uglyness beneath its skin-deep beauty.

Primal Fear (1996)

'Primal Fear' may not be an underrated film because it was a critical and commercial success when it was released, but it is still not celebrated as much as it should be. As in 'I See You,' it has one of the most disturbing twists toward the end.

After Archbishop Rushman, a well-known figure in the Windy City's Catholic Diocese, Vail volunteers to represent the prime suspect, a 19-year-old altar boy from Kentucky named Aaron Stampler (Ed Norton) who is the prosecutor in the case. Janet Venable (Laura Linney) is the prosecutor in the case.

Get Out (2017) is a video game that was created by Mark Hamill.

The major twist comes in 'Get Out,' about halfway into the narrative, though everything we see until that point has been building to it.

What Is Beneath (2000)

'White Lies Beneath,' a film directed by Robert Zemeckis, is one of Harrison Ford's few antagonistic roles. Claire Spencer (Michelle Pfeiffer), an accomplished cellist, is married to Dr. Norman Spencer (Ford), whose wife she has murdered. Strange events begin to happen around Claire that make her feel she is being haunted.

(2014): Gone Girl

'Gone Girl' is based on Gillian Flynn's nameake novel from 2012, who also wrote the screenplay. Nick and Amy are married for the fifth time, but Nick discovers Amy's disappearance.

Nick emerges as the primary suspect in the investigation. Amy is later revealed to be in the Ozarks after discovering out about his infidelity.

Suspects of the Usual (1995)

'The Usual Suspects' is a movie that can be referred to as a narrative twist no matter how late the film is. It has as much impact on the narrative as Randall's,' and forces us to revisit what we have seen till this point.

Se7en (1995)

'Seven' or 'Se7en,' follows detectives William Somerset (Morgan Freeman) and David Mills (Brad Pitt) as they pursue a serial killer based on the seven deadly sins. Somerset, a young and short-tempered, is filled with ambition.

Somerset and Mills find themselves confronted with a truly depraved mind as they investigate the murders. 'Se7en' is one of Randall's favorite films with great twists, having both the slow burn of 'I See You' and the constant terror present in the other film.

Things Heard and Seen (2021)

'Things Heard & Seen' is a film based on Elizabeth Brundage's 2016 book 'All Things Cease to Appear.' The couple's long-awaited love story quickly falls apart due to mutual infidelity and the husband's unreported past.

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