I Know What You Did Last Summer


Horror / Mystery

IMDb Rating 5.7 10 121,925


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April 14, 2019



Jennifer Love Hewitt as Susan Allison
Johnny Galecki as Terry Ork
Sarah Michelle Gellar as Amanda Shelton
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650.44 MB
23.976 fps
101 min
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1.40 GB
23.976 fps
101 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Xophianic 6 / 10 / 10

Watch SCREAM instead

I saw SCREAM and SCREAM 2 before I saw I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER. I think that I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER is a rip-off of SCREAM, but a rip-off that can be enjoyed. Plots are similar, but not identical. It also has the similar pretty-teenager-being-stabbed-to-death feel to it. On graduation night, four friends Julie James (Jennifer Love Hewitt), Helen Shivers (Sarah Michelle Gellar), Barry Cox (Ryan Phillippe) and Ray Bronson (Freddie Prinze Jr.) go joyriding while drunk and accidentally run over and supposedly kill somebody in the street. While dumping the body in a bay, the body attacks Barry, then falls into the water. The four assume that he is dead, but the next summer they get notes saying "I know what you did last summer". The next thing you know, friends of the four are being murdered left and right and these four become the killer's next targets. The plot is fair, but not especially interesting. I found the SCREAM plot to be much better. The acting and character development in SCREAM are better too. Jennifer Love Hewitt and Sarah Michelle Gellar both do excellent jobs. Freddie Prinze Jr. is the worst actor I've ever seen in my life, and Ryan Phillippe does a fair job. Ann Heche is very good in the part that she has. The characters, aside from Hewitt, Gellar and Heche, are very thin and rather boring. The killer himself is pretty interesting and fairly cool. The ending of this movie bites. It's maybe worth a rent, but if you want to see a movie of this style I'd recommend URBAN LEGENDS or SCREAM.

Reviewed by Paul Evans 9 / 10 / 10

A great slasher movie

The Mid to late nineties was a great time for those that loved Slasher movies, Scream seemed to reignite a forgotten genre, many followed. One of the best that came in my opinion was I know what you did last Summer. On paper it sounds like all the rest, group of kids on the run from a mad man in a costume with a deadly weapon. There is however a whole lot more to this movie, firstly the direction, I'm watching this twenty years on, and I can't believe how slick it still looks, very well edited, beautifully shot, the use of music is excellent also. It's very well acted, I enjoyed watching Sarah Michelle Gellar and Jennifer Love Hewitt most of all. Some really great scares, less comedic then the delivery in Scream, this was more serious, more blunt. Very enjoyable.

Reviewed by marieltrokan 9 / 10 / 10

Recognition betrays itself, so that the inability to recognise gets recognition

The charisma of being terrorized is the non-charisma of being safe Non-charisma is non-inspiration Non-inspiration is non-leadership Non-leadership is equality Being safe is terror The equality of terror is the terror of equality The terror of equality is the terror of symmetry The terror of symmetry is the symmetry of terror Terror is destruction Symmetry is copied image The copied image of destruction is the original non-image of peace Non-image is non-observation Original is non-reaction Original is non-observation Non-observation non-observation is observation The peace of observation is the terror of non-observation The terror of non-observation is the non-observation of terror The non-observation of terror is the non-observation of observation The non-observation of observation is the non-invasion of observation The non-invasion of observation is the non-scrutiny of scrutiny The non-scrutiny of scrutiny is the relaxation of criticism The relaxation of criticism is the criticism of relaxation Relaxation is suspension The criticism of suspension is the suspension of criticism Nothing is criticised so that criticism is given a break Criticism is nothing so that a break is freed from criticism Recognition betrays itself, so that the inability to recognise gets recognition

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