I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)

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The murderous fisherman with a hook is back to once again stalk the two surviving teens, Julie and Ray, who had left him for dead, as well as cause even more murder and mayhem, this time at a posh island resort.

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12 November 2004 | sourdough_o0o_bread
I Watched It recently, And it DOES make sense!
I will admit, that I did like the first movie better. It had a good story line, it was a good length, it made sense, and it made me and my best friend jump quite a few times. The second one wasn't as good, but did make sense and was a good movie. Karla and Julie's trip was set up by Ben Willis's son, who was pretending to be Julie's friend and was watching her closely. The reason they were taken to that specific island in the Bahamas was because that was where Ben Willis killed his cheating wife and it was small, deserted and a good place to trap his victims. And OF COURSE he is going to kill everyone on the island...1. Because it's scary, and gross. 2. Because he's sick in the mind like that. and 3. Because it prevents the other people on the island from trying to call for help. And of course he is going to walk slowly after his victims, because it would look goofy with him running like a phsyco hooded person with a hook. It's more suspenseful if he walks with creepiness, and it gives people something to laugh at him for. Everyone loves a chance to laugh when you're fricken scared at the same time!

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