I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)

I Know What You Did Last Summer was one of the two teenaged horror movies responsible for bringing the horror genre into the 90's (the other being Wes Craven's Scream). Both of those films came from the pen of screenwriter Kevin… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Horror
Release Date: August 7, 2001
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Rotten Tomatoes™
Critic Score
7%
Flixster
User Score
29%



Critic Score: 7% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Boring; predictable.

Leonard Klady
Variety

This followup to last year's successful teens-in-jeopardy opus piles on the chills, thrills and body count.

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Jeff Millar
Houston Chronicle

Neither Trey Callaway, who wrote the script, nor Danny Cannon, who directed the sequel, bring any new ideas to the genre. Cut 'em some slack: That surely was their marching orders.

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Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

Completely wraps itself around the film's utter moronic plot elements and red herrings at every turn...

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Lisa Alspector
Chicago Reader

Our enjoyment is supposed to lie in making fun of the obvious red herrings, contrived opportunities to show cleavage, melodramatic dialogue, gullible characters, and inevitable to-be-continued ending.

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Paul Tatara
CNN.com

It's not a bad film for what it is.

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Charles Cassady
Common Sense Media

We know what sequel shouldn't have been made.

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Nigel Floyd
Time Out

Irredeemably dire.

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Bob Graham
San Francisco Chronicle

When Bad Things Happen to Stupid People might have been a better title.

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Peter Canavese
Groucho Reviews

Needless to say, logic takes a holiday, just not in the Bahamas. [Blu-ray]

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Flixster Audience Score: 29% Flixster User Reviews
Alex roy
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer is a poorly made sequel to a very poor film. Both films are pointless with bad acting, story and poor attempts at scaring… More
danny d
along with the first, this is a strong guilty pleasure for me.
Eric Alvarez
Just stop.
Chris Weber
A lot weaker than the first, and I didn't really buy the twsit, but this is still better than many of it's contemporaries. It's funny to see Jack… More
Bethany Murphy
It was alright, but the original was much better.
Conner Rainwater
Even more horrendous than the first, they got rid of bad boy Ryan Phillipe and Sarah Michelle Gellar and filled in the supporting cast with relative unknowns.… More

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