I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
The fisherman with a hook is back in director Danny Cannon's chilling sequel. Unfinished business with coed Julie James (Jennifer Love Hewitt) brings the murderer to the Bahamas to terrorize her and her friends, Karla (Brandy Norwood), Tyrell (Mekhi Phifer) and Will (Matthew Settle), during a vacation. Can Ray Bronson (Freddie Prinze Jr.), who survived a bloody attack alongside Julie two summers ago, get to the island in time to save everyone?
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- Danny Cannon
RIntense terror violence and gore, strong language and some drug use
Widescreen 2.35:1, Pan-and-Scan 1.33:1Subtitles
YesLanguage and sound
English: Dolby Digital 5.1Other features
Color; interactive menus; scene access; trailers; behind-the-scenes featurette; music videos.
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Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that I Still Know What You Did Last Summer is a 1998 horror movie sequel with lots of killing, blood, and gore. Characters are killed in bloody close-up, usually with sharp instruments, and much of the alleged entertainment derives from terrorizing a young woman. There is frequent profanity, including "f--k" and its variations. A comic-relief character (played by Jack Black) is shown high on marijuana, growing marijuana, and smoking marijuana. Gratuitous bathing-suit shots abound. There's really nothing worthwhile about this movie.
- Sexual Content
- A joke scene makes it appear that strenuous bedroom action is happening when it's only a character jumping up and down on the mattress little-kid-style. Gratuitous bathing-suit shots.
- Bloody impalings (two characters are skewered on the same knife), death by gaffing hook, vicious beatings, shootings. Frequent blood and gore. Dead bodies.
- Abundant profanity. "F--k" and variations, "bitch," "bulls--t," "a--holes," "goddamn," "ass," "d--k," "hell."
- Social Behavior
- Too ludicrous to even remotely have any positive messages.
- Not applicable
- Drugs / Tobacco / Alcohol
- Drinking at a bar and a dance club. Comic-relief character of a marijuana-smoking island handyman, whose sole function seems to be smoking joints and offering to hook the characters up with dope of their own. Cigarette smoking.
- Age appropriate
- Not an issue
- Depends on your kid and your family
- Not appropriate for kids of the age most likely to want to see it