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If you're patient with this film it will reward you
The opening scene of 'I see You' is an interesting one. It implies a supernatural element to the film and consequently made me lose interest for a little while. In hindsight it's a really clever and well executed scene that I can appreciate. And that's the thing about this movie. Everything is about hindsight, and I love that. I love a movie that presents something seemingly bizarre and then explains itself. The problem with that is that the audience has to be patient through the first half of the film. It requires trust and in the modern world of terrible films that can be a tough thing to give to a film. However if you do use patience with 'I see You' you will have a great time.
It was hard to tell early on just how dark the film was going to be. I knew it had an R rating so there had to be more going on than initially met the eye. The film tends to get darker and darker as it goes along and reveals itself. There's a concept used in this film that I can't reveal because it would be a spoiler, however it is starting to be used more and more in films. It's a really creepy idea because it could happen to anyone and could even be happening to you right now without you knowing. 'I See You' puts its own twist on it and does it a little differently which I liked, but it's just another element to this film that works extremely well.
I love it when horror movies gets things right. 'I See You' is a well crafted little film, that is well worth your time and almost demands a second viewing afterwards to fully appreciate it. This is one not to be missed.
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