I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)
Critic Consensus: Boring, predictable, and bereft of thrills or chills, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer is exactly the kind of rehash that gives horror sequels a bad name.
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as Julie James
as Karla Wilson
as Ray Bronson
as Tyrell Martin
as Benjamin Willis/Fisherman
as Will Benson
as Mr. Brooks
as Darick the Dockhand
as Pawn Shop Owner
as Old Woman
Critic Reviews for I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
This followup to last year's successful teens-in-jeopardy opus piles on the chills, thrills and body count.
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.
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.
Audience Reviews for I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
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 the audience. Teen horror films were crap for the exception of Scream. This sequel proves that much. This is a bad film with nothing entertaining about it. The cast is terrible and the story is a plain joke. It's no wonder that most of the cast are forgotten nowadays because they suck at acting. This is yet another bad attempt at cashing on an original film that wasn't good in the first place. This is a film that scrapes the bottom of the barrel and lingers around trying to figure out what it wants to do. This is one of the worst horror films ever made, and I've seen some bad ones and, this film just takes it to a whole new low. A terrible, misconstructed film that has nothing going on, maybe except to bore the hell out of the audience. It's no wonder why these films are in the discount bin of so many retail stores. They're terrible. If you love horror, don't watch this travesty. These films represent the lowest point in horror history along with others such as Urban Legends. This is simply a poorly made horror film that should be avoided by every fan of the genre.
It was alright, but the original was much better.
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