(Jennifer Love Hewitt) and Ray (Freddie
Prinze Jr.) are trying to move on after
that awful incident that happened two
summers ago with the killer Ben Willis
(Muse Watson) is over and can carry on
with their lives.
Julie is still tormented in her
nightmares about it and sees
However, to get things off of her mind
both Julie and her roommate Karla Wilson
(Brandy) win a trip with their friends to
the Bahamas after receiving a call to
their favourite radio station.
However, Julie's boyfriend Ray stays
behind due to work while they are on
thier trip which is nonstop partying for
But one night while Ray and his co-worker
Dave (John Hawkes) are driving to the
boat station as they managed to get away
from work hoping to meet up with everyone
there Dave gets slayed by a man is a
fisherman's uniforms wearing a hook and
Ray is driven to go to the island and try
to rescue Julie and her friends before
it's too late.
Meanwhile Julie and her friends are
having fun with their karaoke machine but
suddenly on the machine the words come up
saying "I Still Know What You Did
Last Summer" which trips Julie out
convinced that Ben is out to get ther and
later on she is convinced after she spots
some dead corpses on the island.
A great dream sequence which
involves Julie James as
she confesses her sins and then you jump
when it shows the face of Ben Willis ready to attack her as he was
supposed to be a preacher.
There's also a nice setting in a dance
club which involves Julie along
with her friend Karla Wilson as it
looked like real friends hanging out.
Then there's the phone call which
involves both of them of winning the contest to go to the
Bahama's as they looked believeably
excited when they scream for joy that
A nice camera shot on a car parked in the
middle of the road with a corpse dangling
out which involves Ray Bronson and Dave. Then there's great moment by Ben when he pulls Dave out of the truck with his hook showing
great action, jumps and terror. A true
classic moment for a sequel.
There's a great camera shot on a
doverman pincher barking at the front
desk of the resort which gives you an
impression that the business there is
Julie performs a
karaoke song of "I Will
Survive" and it's awesome when she
turns around to look at the words to the
karaoke song the letters come up saying
"I Still Know What You Did"
then during that moment we see a great
freaked out reaction from her.
Afterwards she walks into her room and
sees an envelope with her name signed on
it and she slowly walks up to the
letter and slowly opens the card up and
BAM!!! Will Benson comes up
from behind her and frightens her half to
A nice soft moment we get to see in an
outdoor pool scene which involves both Karla and Tyrell making out
which looks believeably romantic as
boyfriend and girlfriend. Then after Julie spots a dead corpse in her closet we spot her
running towards her friends by telling everyone
that it's happeneing again. Leaving a
great impression for a sequel like this
The scene between Tyrell being sarcastic with Julie about
a murder in the hotel room was well done
as you just wanna yell at him.
A real classic discussion was
between Julie and Will as he shows an evil
expression as well as with his words when
he reveals his secret towards her and her
reactions are just perfect.
A camera pans on Ray when he
pointing a gun as he has the expression
that he's not going to take crap from
anyone till he rescues his girffriend
from the island.
A brawling between Ray and Will during a thunderstorm in the mud
looked so brutally perfect and very
The dark scene's of the thunderstorms
occuring at the resort, pier and forest
also looked gloomy and well shot.
Bottom line is that this was a wonderful sequel with a
different surrounding to it alltogether.
It offers alot of twists like in the
first one as you wonder if the killer is
back or is it someone else. It is very dark and spooky but still
offers black comedy in it too and a
sequel worth checking out as you won't be
The acting is
terrifically performed with more
suspenseful terror with their characters
Jennifer Love Hewitt (Julie James) returns to
her role again and she has the best
energy in her performance being
frightened again from what happened in
the first film showing she still has what
it takes to reprise her role. Shows
great shocked and frightened expressions
when she sees images of the killers character appearing in the lounge
wondering if she is imagining it. Does well freaking out after what she spots doing a karaoke number as well as doing a good job singing. Also shows good frightened emotions when about to slowly walk up to a letter for her. After she spots a dead corpse in her closet (Her
shrieking was right on) she does well
running towards them telling everyone
that it's happeneing again. She is terrific spilling her
guts out during a strom in a forest
shouting for Ben Willis.
We have another returning role by Freddie
Prinze Jr. (Ray Bronson) as he acts well with his
no more of this crap attitude on killing
Singer Brandy Northwood (Karla WIlson) was wonderful as
the nice, outgoing friend and roomate and bringing alot of pizzaz to her
Matthew Settle (Will Benson) has tons of high
energy with his performance as an unusual
friend of the pack going on the trip.
Jennifer Esposito (Nancy) played a
wonderful and arrogant bartender in the
Bill Cobbs (Estes) stood out well as a
local there and was very mysterious with
his role. He appears very frightening and dark with
his appearance when he tries to tell the
people there he wants to protect them. He also behaves evil towards his fellow actor when they are out
at the ocean with a rowboat too wondering
if he is the killer.
Wait a sec, we've also got an uncredited
supprting role by Jack Black (Titus Telesco) as
he brings alot of humor playing a
potheaded crazed party animal in the
film. I couldn't understand why he wasn't
credited in the film as he does quite
well. Performs well by liking to play harmless
games too in this
A person is
stabbed in the chin by a hook as well as
another victim in the neck.
There are some bloody corpses too all
There's also lots of gruesome stabbings
John Frizzell takes
on the music for this exciting sequel as
he performs fast and suspenseful
classical music making sure every bit of
it is entertaining.
Wilson: Hey, you gotta hang in there.
Will Benson: Any advice?
Tyrell: Yeah... Find another
Telesco: [seeing the killer reach
for a large spike] Seriously, don't
This island didn't have a murder rate
until you people showed up!
appears pointing a gun at Ben Willis
who's holding Julie hostage]
Ray Bronson: Let her go.
Will Benson: Oh God, you've got to
be shitting me!
Ray Bronson: Let her go, Willis!
Ben Willis: Or what? What are you
gonna do, boy? Call us names?
Ray Bronson: Let her go NOW!
Ben Willis: Think about it, boy.
You're no killer. That's my job! You
don't have it in you!
See anybody out there? How about Freddy
or Jason or somebody?
[Karla stares at him, disgusted]
shooting the fisherman]
Julie James: Just...
[shoots him again]
Julie James: Fucking...
[shoots him again]
Julie James: DIE!