I Still Know What You Did Last Summer


Action / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 7%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 29%
IMDb Rating 4.6 10 60197


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Jennifer Love Hewitt as Julie James
Jack Black as Titus Telesco
Freddie Prinze Jr. as Ray Bronson
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1hr 40 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Paul Evans 10 / 10

They don't make 'em like this any more.

I genuinely love this movie, and can't believe it's now twenty years old, funny where time goes. I thought its predecessor was a mighty fine movie, but this one is even better,

The opening is brilliant, it grabs your attention and sets the tone for the rest of the film. The music is absolutely fantastic, some great tunes throughout, Eden and Sugar is Sweeter (CJ Bolland,) production values are also so good, twenty years old and looks better made then many slashers churned out in the years since.

It's well acted, Jennifer love Hewitt and Brandy both some much fun to watch, certainly vibrant. Some fine shocks throughout, you don't quite know what's coming next. It's a shame it wasn't followed by a sequel, when they did return with I'll always know.... they had totally lost the plot, that was awful.

Reviewed by marieltrokan 9 / 10

Hierarchy is the prerequisite for fairness being a power

The glory of target is the non-inspiration of non-target

Non-target is non-observation

Non-inspiration is non-leadership

Non-leadership is equality

The equality of non-observation is the non-observation of equality

Non-observation of equality is the observation of hierarchy

The observation of hierarchy is the hierarchy of observation

The hierarchy of observation is the difference of observation

The difference of observation is the observation of difference

Observation is mutual power

Difference is unequal power

The observation of difference is the mutual power of unequal power

Unequal power creates equal power

Creating equal power is unequal power

Unequal power unequal power

Power is unequal unequal power

Unequal unequal is equal

Power is equal power

Power is unequal equality

Unequal equality is unfair fairness

Unfair fairness is fair unfairness

Power is the fairness of unfairness

Unfairness is the power of fairness

Unfairness is the equality of power

Equality is the unfairness of power

Hierarchy is the fairness of power

Hierarchy is the power of fairness

Reviewed by makotoshintaro 5 / 10

I already miss Sarah Michelle Gellar...

Now that I re-watched after all these years, I can't really understand why I was a fan of it... Ryan Phillippe was replaced by Mekhi Phifer (a sex maniac, bully-type-of-person), Jennifer Love Hewitt remained the same (a little less irritating to be honest), Freddie Prinze Jr. was actually a lot better than those puppy eyes that haunted me for 1 hour and 41 minutes last night, and Brandy took the best part like Sarah Michelle Gellar did. Well yes, Julie James' best friends have the best characters in both movies. Apart from that, really poor acting, silly lines, totally unnecessary plot twist - to the verge of kitsch - and no real mysterious atmosphere.

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