I See You (2019) Full Movie

I See You
7/10 by 697 users

I See You (2019) : When a 12-year-old boy goes missing, lead investigator Greg Harper struggles to balance the pressure of the investigation and troubles with his wife, Jackie. Facing a recent affair, great strain is put on the family that slowly gnaws away at Jackie's grip on reality. But after a malicious presence manifests itself in their home and puts their son, Connor, in mortal danger, the cold, hard truth about evil in the Harper household is finally uncovered.

Title I See You (2019)
Release Date Sep 11, 2019
Genres , , ,
Production Company Head Gear Films, Kreo Films FZ, Local Hero, Zodiac Features, Zodiac Holdings, Metrol Technology, Real by Fake
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Helen Hunt, Jon Tenney, Owen Teague, Judah Lewis, Libe Barer, Gregory Alan Williams, Erika Alexander, Allison King, Adam Kern, Riley Caya, Nicole Forester
Plot Keywords detective, husband wife relationship, small town, kidnapping, investigation, forest, murder, dysfunctional family, serial killer, disappearance, home invasion, search party, phrogging
Jackie Harper
Jackie Harper
Helen Hunt
Greg Harper
Greg Harper
Jon Tenney
Alec Travers
Alec Travers
Owen Teague
Connor Harper
Connor Harper
Judah Lewis
Mindy
Mindy
Libe Barer
Detective Spitzky
Detective Spitzky
Gregory Alan Williams
Lieutenant Davis
Lieutenant Davis
Erika Alexander
Officer Grace Caleb
Officer Grace Caleb
Allison King
Window Repairman
Window Repairman
Adam Kern
Justin Whitter
Justin Whitter
Riley Caya
Mrs. Whitter
Mrs. Whitter
Nicole Forester
Mr. Braun
Mr. Braun
John Newberg
Mrs. Braun
Mrs. Braun
Teri Clark
Tommy Braun
Tommy Braun
Jeremy Gladen
Young Tommy Braun
Young Tommy Braun
Wyatt McClure
Young Alec Travers
Young Alec Travers
Brooks Roseberry
Newscaster
Newscaster
Cherie McClain
Michael King
Michael King
A.J. Ransom
Todd
Todd
Sam Trammell
Fly Fisherman
Fly Fisherman
Thomas W. Wolf
Detective
Detective
Mark Salas
Police Officer Valmont
Police Officer Valmont
Daniel Repas
Lydia
Lydia
Jennifer Grace
Police Officer
Police Officer
Joe Fishel
Police Officer
Police Officer
Brian "Wolfman Black" Bowman

Reviews

  • Jack Elliott

    I have been reading more and more about this film on the internet as more and more people watch it. While I didn’t take much notice of the reviews at first, the more I see its name mentioned, the more I became curious about it. When the film started, I thought it is going to be one of those mystery films which an unknown entity starts troubling people and you get to find who or what it is towards the end of the film. Well, this film is also like this but with a big, unexpected twist halfway through. And for that, the film gets a positive rating from me. A well-deserved 7/10. Would I watch it again? Probably not. Would I make my friends watch it? Sure.

  • SierraKiloBravo

    Click here for a video version of this review: https://youtu.be/YhEhAndmxxM I don't know if it was the bad acting, its inability to settle on a genre, or Helen Hunt's facelift, but _I See You_ is a mixed bag of a movie. Never heard of this one? Consider yourself lucky. Regardless, here is the official description: _When a 12-year-old boy goes missing, lead investigator Greg Harper struggles to balance the pressure of the investigation and troubles with his wife, Jackie. Facing a recent affair, great strain is put on the family that slowly gnaws away at Jackie's grip on reality. But after a malicious presence manifests itself in their home and puts their son, Connor, in mortal danger, the cold, hard truth about evil in the Harper household is finally uncovered._ This is one of those movies where there are no heroes or anyone to cheer for, because everyone is an asshole. Helen Hunt fails to fire, the rest of the family are bland, and some characters that turn up later are so lame that they elicited many laughs out of me - in a movie that is most certainly not a comedy. The film takes what should be a horrifying situation but muddies it with an unneeded side plot about the father. Which is a shame because the movie overall has a good concept but would have been so much better with a stronger cast who could really sell it, a stronger score to punch up the tension, and a stronger commitment to sticking to one main storyline so it remains focused. This is, in my opinion, very much a Friday-night-after-a-few-drinks type of movie.

  • Tejas Nair

    I See You is a gripping tale that brings together a family of three, the law enforcement, and some strange beings that first gives you a feeling of horror but then later takes a virulent turn to shock and impress you as you stay invested in the plot till the very end, only supported by the arresting background score. Best watched in a home theatre. Also, I learned about a new concept here.