The Image of You


Action / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 63% · 8 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 33%
IMDb Rating 4.5/10 10 385 385

Plot summary

Identical twins Anna and Zoe find their bond tested over Anna's new love, Nick. While the trusting Anna is head over heels, her skeptical sister Zoe senses a web of deceit. But as Zoe digs for the truth, they're all pulled into a dangerous game where honesty could prove fatal.

Uploaded by: FREEMAN
May 14, 2024 at 11:54 AM


Top cast

Mira Sorvino as Alexia
Sasha Pieterse as Anna / Zoe
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1 hr 34 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by mohdyahya-97349 2 / 10

A Complete Misfire

"A Complete Misfire" is a perfect example of how not to make a movie. From its uninspired story to the painfully amateur acting, this film manages to waste both time and money in spectacular fashion.

The plot, if you can call it that, is a clichéd mess of recycled tropes. The protagonist's journey is neither engaging nor original, filled with predictable twists that anyone could see coming from a mile away. It's as if the writers threw together every overused plot device they could think of and hoped for the best.

The acting is the film's Achilles' heel. With no big names to lend credibility, the cast delivers lines with all the enthusiasm of someone reading a grocery list. Wooden performances and awkward line deliveries make it hard to invest in any of the characters. Emotional scenes are especially cringe-worthy, often inducing unintentional laughter instead of empathy.

The production values are equally disappointing. Shoddy camera work and laughable special effects further detract from the viewing experience. Even the soundtrack feels like an afterthought, doing little to enhance the mood or support the narrative.

In short, "A Complete Misfire" is a masterclass in how to waste both time and money on a movie. It's a film that will leave you regretting the investment of your precious hours and hard-earned dollars. Save yourself the trouble and avoid this one at all costs.

Reviewed by HorrorFilmHellion 6 / 10

Eventually won me over

Jumped into this mainly because of Sasha being listed as lead in something with an R rating, along with a great support cast; Mira and Nestor (the non-eyeliner guy). Never heard of the book, but I do get a kick out of the seedy twins genre in general, so I kind of knew the plot without knowing it. It did kind of seem like a hammy parody of itself at first, but the more I watched, the more I couldn't really look away from Sasha (especially as Zoe), so I stayed with it. Yes, the plot is familiar, and the major plot twist is easy to spot in the first 15-20 min, but I have to say, Sasha is back on her game here from what I would call a void since playing edgy Ali in PLL. She looked fantastic and had charismatic confidence in her screen presence. All the main characters were beautiful people here (something I miss these days), and those elements combined with the absence of tiring identity, social political, and environmental messaging ended up making this an unexpectedly pleasant watch for me.

Reviewed by andresduran 10 / 10

What a fun ride!

Really enjoyed this little gem. Sasha is amazing as Anna and Zoe and she can really act. The first plot twist is kind of obvious but I did not expect the ending. Let's just say it's nice when the good guy doesn't always win! Check it out! Not the best movie but it will keep you entertained. It's fun! What a movie is supposed to be. Sasha from Pretty Little Liars played Alison Dilaurentis all she is all grown up. You can tell that the role is perfect for her and this is what the ending of pretty little liars really should have been! At times it's a bit cringe at the start but towards the middle I was hooked.

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