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It's all good....,
This review is from: I Still Know What You Did Last Summer [Blu-ray]  [Region Free] (Blu-ray)
Two years after the horrible incident, Julie is back in college and is worse than ever having dreams about the killer.
She gets comfort from a new friend named Will. Julie's other friend Karla tries to hook the two of them up and when she wins a trip to the Bahamas, she knows that it is perfect.
But Ray is still in the picture and Julie only goes as friends. Karla, her boyfriend Tyrell, Julie, and Will take flight right before Ray encounters the fisherman again.
He tries to tell Julie not to leave but it is too late. Now in the Bahamas Julie is starting to lighten up and have fun.
Then suddenly things start going terribly wrong when a storm hits the Island and people start to disappear.
Ray takes a boat to the island to warn Julie but will he make it on time to save Julie again from the fisherman....
Who cares if this is a blatant cash in of a blatant cash in of Scream? The film works in some weird way, and is great to look at.
It makes no sense that Willis has survived the first movie, or why the guy just doesn't sit down with the two leads and say 'look, I know what you did the summer before last, but please just say sorry' but one thinks that title wouldn't work.
It ticks all the boxes for a film like this, you can tell from the moment they land on the island who will get it, but who cares when the film is ridiculous, and we get an early Jack Black trying to be Jamaican.
Deaths are not inventive, and there is a brilliant Scooby Doo ending, but if you love schlock, and a film featuring one of the silliest 'getting to the main place' journeys since The Shining, you are in for a guilty pleasure.