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I Still Know What You Did Last Summer [DVD] [1999] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: R (Restricted) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Columbia/Tristar Studios
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305300801
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 159,222 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Hewitt/Brandy ~ I Still Know What You Did Last

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I Still Know What You Did Last Summer is a very good sequel to the hit 1997 movie I Know What You Did Last Summer and, in my opinion, is a very under-rated movie. Instead of making this movie almost exactly the same as the origional, as most horror-movie-makers seem to do, this movie has a totally different setting to the first - a holliday resort in the bahamas!

Julie (Jennifer Love Hewitt) and her best friend and roommate Karla (Brandy) win a radio compition and win a holliday for four to the bahamas. Karla takes her boyfriend Tyrell (Mekhi Phifer) and Julie takes her new love interest Will (Matthew Settle). The arrive and check into their hotel (which I admitt, was a bit of an unrealistic point of the film as there are only five or six staff members and seemingly no other guests, however it is the "off-season").

Julie begins to relax, enjoying the luxury and relaxation of the hotel, but, unknown to Julie and her friends, the body count is rising and its not long before those awaited words "I Still Know..." appear and once again Julie must face the wrath of Ben Willis.

Just as good as the orgional, this movie is not one to miss. It is as scary as the orgional and a bit gorier too. This movie also features an appearance from Jack Black and Ray (Freddy Price Jr) is also back.

I would highly reccomend this movie especially if you enjoyed the origional.
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***Possible Spoilers***

I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998) continues where the first film left off. There are three characters remaining from I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997): teenagers Julie James and Ray Bronson, and the murderous fisherman with a hook for a hand, Ben Willis. In this film, Julie's roommate, Karla Wilson, wins a radio competition, a holiday to the Bahamas for the ... wait for it ... Fourth of July weekend. The ticket covers four people, including Karla's boyfriend Tyrell Martin. Julie is still recovering from the previous summer, when hit-and-run victim, Ben Willis, stalked Julie and her three friends, killing two of them and her sister before apparently coming to a gruesome end at the bottom of the ocean. Only his hook hand was found. Ray initially declines the offer, but changes his mind and asks his friend, Dave, to drive him to the airport. However, on the way they stop for a car broken down in the road and ... you got it ... Ben Willis complete with new hook. Dave comes to a nasty end. Thinking Ray has deserted Julie, Karla invites Will Benson, who likes Julie, along for the trip. Arriving on the island, they discover that the other guests are leaving due to start of the hurricane season and the ominous message ''I Know What You Did Last Summer'' appears. Ray heads for the Bahamas and Will Benson turns out to be not who they thought he was.

Like the first film, this one concentrates on both the splatter genre and the urban legend motif. The Hook is an Urban Legend in which a couple park up at a Lover's Lane. They are listening to music when an urgent radio broadcast cuts in warning of an escaped lunatic with a hook for a hand who has escaped from a local institution.
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Anyway, imagine for a moment that you are a psychotic fishermen and you've spent the last year or so sitting around in your underpants plotting your blood thirsty revenge.

Do you:
(a) Go old school, chasing your foe down in their own homes utilising your near miraculous ability to withstand seemingly lethal injury and your cool rusty hook/sou'wester combo.
Or
(b) Arrange for a fake competition to play on your intended victim's radio at exactly the right time, hoping that she or the other intended victims don't notice that she won despite answering the question wrongly! And then at great expense send them to stay at a tropical resort you've ensured will stay open in the mean season! Whilst, also managing to predict when an unreported and unexpected hurricane will hit to the exact day!

I still Know What You Did Last Summer is a so full of holes that it goes beyond the outer limits of ridiculous, waves a pair of gigantic glowing cheese covered coconuts in logic's face and then throws in some more nonsensical plot twist just because it can. On top which, the main characters are the human equivalent of beige and the setting looks like something from a bad teen soap. But do you know what, it's actually genuinely entertaining in a crazed "It was old man Willis all along" sort of way.
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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.
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