I Still Know What You Did Last Summer

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Released 1998

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Director:
Danny Cannon
Released:
1998
Rating:
R
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer is a 1998 horror movie that is a sequel to I Know What You Did Last Summer, the 1997 film in which four teens kill an innocent man by accident, only to find that he might not be dead after all, but rather, out for revenge. I Still Know follows the survivors of Ben Willis’ first round of attacks on the teens, Julie (Jennifer Love Hewitt) and Ray (Freddie Prinze Jr.). Ben was revealed in the last film to be the fisherman they hit with a car and then concealed the death of. Julie has been struggling in school because of her constant nightmares about the Fisherman coming after her, even having hallucinations in her waking life. Her friend Karla (Brandy Norwood) and her boyfriend Tyrell (Mekhi Phifer) try to distract her, even taking her with on a trip to the Bahamas that Karla wins. Ray declines to come with but a friend convinces him to surprise Julie. Unfortunately when he’s on his way, Ray is tricked into a trap that the fisherman set and ends up in the hospital. He realizes that Ben is still after him and Julie, and sets out to save her, but he isn’t fast enough to save all of the victims. The resort that Kayla, Julie, and Tyrell are at, along with Julie’s friend Will (Matthew Settle) is being terrorized and although Julie knows that its Ben, the other guests suspect Estes (Bill Cobbs), the hotel’s baggage handler. Julie fights to survive and protect her friends while also clearing Estes’ name and finding out that someone she least suspects might be the fisherman’s accomplice.moreless

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  • 60

    Variety

    Purists will find the pic's obviousness disappointing, but there's no question that the film delivers a sufficient shock quotient to satisfy its youthful target audience.

  • 40

    Los Angeles Times Kevin Thomas

    A fairly silly and ultra-gory schlocker/shocker.

  • 20

    The New York Times Stephen Holden

    An empty, farcical blood bath that's virtually shock-free except for one preposterous plot twist.

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    Teen Terror, Slashers