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Another violent and unnecessary sequel.
Not bad enough to be good.
Aggressively dull and downright unwatchable...
Somebody kill the Gordon's Fisherman, already...
This one will not hook any but the most desperate of horror fans.
I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer is entirely worthy of the dismissive derision that you felt when you first read the title.
This Movie was boring, and all the spoof of I know what you did last summer remind me of this part of the "I know what you did last Summer" trilogy.
Ok, I have myself to blame for this, I knew what to expect, but, it was even worse than my expectations had allowed me think of. At least in the first two, in extreme circumstances, perhaps you could believe that they could be possible at a very big stretch of the imagination, but this instalment of the trilogy has no-one in it from the other instalments and is some kind of resurrection of the killer in the previous ones.
Horrors we know can be very cheesy and that?s ok, because half the time, we just need a little suspense or gore ? unfortunately there is little evidence of either here.
Makes the original look like Citizen Kane. That's right this one is so poorly directed and uninspired it makes "I Know What You Did Last Summer" look like an Orsen Welles masterpiece. That's all I have to say.
Possibility familiar to the original teen horror, I Know What You Did Last Summer, but so different to the slasher, the Fisherman, who is the legend in this straight-to-DVD film. I wished Jennifer Love Hewitt should have returned in this prequel like her former TV's Party of Five star Neve Campbell in Scream series.
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