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Plot: After a nasty accident, four friends begin to drift apart. One year later Julie James gets a anonymous message and then a slicker wearing, hook wielding killer begins to rip apart her life. Runtime: 101 mins Release Date: 17 Oct 1997
When I first watched this movie I only watched it for Sarah Michelle Gellar. But after seeing it I loved everything about it. And I came on here expecting at least a 6.5. But a 5.2? The story is original. Four teens are in great danger one year after their car hits a stranger whose body they dump in the sea. Everyone gave great performances, esp. Sarah Michelle Gellar. On top of that, this movie was frightening. This movie is great and I definitely recommend it. It is definitely a movie you should watch for both entertainment and originality purposes. It is definitely one to see if you <more>
enjoyed 'Scream'. The many plot twists and the many scares it will give you makes it an excellent movie.
An average slasher flick featuring the superstars of high school (by Martin_Chiriano)
What can I say? The movies I can relate to & remind me of my youth have been horror movies like I Know What You Did Last Summer.Barry is the guy you want to be, Ray is the guy you feel like & the girls remind you of the prettiest girls from school.Although this movie at times makes little sense something about it feels like magic to me. It could be the superstar cast, it could be the age I was when I first saw it, it could be Kevin Williamson's fairy dust most likely it's all of these things .Overall for *most* people this will be an average movie. There isn't much <more>
suspense or great death scenes which are key for a good horror movie. For people who are looking for a good teen slasher movie and David Arquette running around I suggest you check out the underrated Scream 1 .
If you're going to bury the truth, make sure it stays buried. (by geddesstyle)
This is the ultimate teenage horror flick ever. Sarah Michelle Gellar makes a stunning performance as Helen Shivers the girl who can run but can't hide and Jennifer Love Hewitt as Julie James the smart and mature one who figures it all out in the end. Freddie Prinze j.r is Ray Bronson who is the one left out in almost the hole film but has a big part as the one who knew the secrets and unravelled it all before anyone and was the one who accidentally started the accident because of Ryan Phillippe who plays Barry Cox the bossy big-shot quarter-back who basically started the whole deal with <more>
the killer and all that stuff by being drunk. The killer is a big secret who could never be identified but was an obvious killer when thought about. Four Teenagers celebrating the summer holidays and accidentally run down a man while drunk on the road. Not thinking straight they dump the body in the sea and swear to secrecy. 1 year later They have all split up but each individually begin to get letters and then more serious things happen to them which forces them to reunite. Sworn to secrecy, they can't tell anyone what happened but if they are being pushed about by the stalker any longer they are all afraid their secret may be revealed. Best film of mine I have to admit. Bridgette Wilson also stars as Helens curious, ignorant sister.
A classic, very underrated slasher (by Dragoneyed363)
When the era of teen slashers started to arise from the incredible success of Scream, it seemed a lot of them were just so not up to par as Scream was, and still are not to this day. Scream was a fast paced, amazingly well crafted classic with excellent characters and acting, and a wonderful plot. However, there are quite a few slashers in that time that have cult followings from horror lovers for they are very enjoyable slashers, that tried their best to conquer Scream implacably. I Know What You Did Last Summer falls under that category for me. True, this movie did also help in the creation <more>
of the disastrous string of teen horrors we have nowadays, with cliché plot twists and face- palming character actions at every turn, but it is arguably the most successful and recognized Scream cash-in, and there is a reason for that.I especially love the cast. Though Jennifer Love Hewitt is no Neve Campbell, she and the rest of her co-stars, Prince Jr., Phillipe and the ever so wonderful and amazingly talented Sarah Michelle Gellar all try their best to make the film work for what it is and accomplish that perfectly. Sarah Michelle Gellar's character Helen actually has a very wide fan base, and I am a considered fan as well. Her character was superb; too bad she was overshadowed by the film's genre by a lot of critics and was ridiculously killed off quite aggrivatingly. Anyway, stopping the drooling and praising over Ms. Gellar, the plot is fun and probably my favorite "we make a pact" plot that I have seen. It has some nice kills, and though Ben Willis is no Ghostface, I make these Scream references for the screenplay was by Kevin Williamson and we all know that is what this film tried to be, he is not a bad killer, just not a memorable one. He is not as memorable as the film itself, for me at least.Anyway, the movie is just pure fun with characters that you actually care for and hope to live; surprisingly deep characters in fact for such a short running time and the "genre-based" film that it is. It was a box office success and I can see why; definitely one of my all time favorite slashers, even if it's not one of the best, and does not receive the appreciation it deserves at a lot of times. I assume it is mostly criticized because of the genre it is in, like I mentioned, and not many critics and general audiences are open to teen slashers, I can see why with the ones we have nowadays, but this was the 90s; an excellent decade for films of any genre, and many people should acknowledge that. A classic, very underrated slasher that I loved and enjoyed greatly.
this was good but predictable and not as scary as i would have hoped. (by ilovefrogs24)
this was a very good movie but somewhat predictable and a little less scary then i would have hoped for ! but it was still good i don't think it should have had the guy jump out of the glass at the end of the show because that may have ruined the sequel. I thought that the guys face should have looked more fake when they saw it at the end and also he should have looked more "used". the movie was predictable because when the guy lost his hand it was easy to tell that he was gonna have the hook connected in the sequel. the movie needed more things that would make you jump i think. <more>
it needed to be more scary by a lot! this movie was not as good as i would have hoped for but not as bad as it sounds it was alittle funny after watching scary movie 1/ it was still agood movie and should be raited at a 9 or a little less then that but it was not as scary and it had in my opinion too many flashfowards. it also needed more main characters. that is why i think the movie was predictable and not scary enough and i am only 12 PATHETIC!
Keeping a secret about an accident can be more of a hurt than a help. That's what these teens did in "I Know What You Did Last Summer". Driving down the highway after graduation is traditionally fun, when they hit somebody, the first mistake was to dump the body in the ocean. That's the new classic storyline everyone will hear. Then when the year passes on, that memory haunts each an everyone of them. This movie slightly resembles "Prom Night" although this happened during graduation. This movie as a nice all-star cast: Freddie Prinze, Jr., Sarah Michelle Gellar, <more>
Ryan Phillippe, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Bridgette Wilson, and Anne Heche. It's a good thing that not all heroines are blondes. The payback for the murder is always grisly. Gellar's character loses half her hair, and everyone else receive threatening letters. And when they say we must fight back? They do. And Julie James Love Hewitt is the toughest character in the movie. She does come through in every way. Like I say, I enjoyed this movie through and through, very subtle in some ways, not much sex, almost no nudity, and it's not you typical teen horror movie. Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars.
This movie is completely brilliant! Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr., and Ryan Phillipe are great in this movie! It did have it's share of blood and gore, but it was very enjoyable! I highly reccomend this movie! If I had to grade it, I'd give it a A+!
Great slasher film (by DavidYZ)
This teen slasher is one of the best of its genre. It has good acting, mystery, thrills, hot girls and great killing scenes.I've marked it down because you shouldn't be able to see the characters' breath in the scene on the road on the first night, because it's set in July in North Carolina.
One of the best slasher films in the post-Scream era. (by Fella_shibby)
I remember seein this in '97 in Sterling theater, South Mumbai with my friends. Revisited this recently on a DVD. This is writer Kevin Williamson's follow up to the successful Scream. So expectations were high. The plot - After their high school graduation, four friends head off to the beach but on the way home they accidentally hit n kill someone. To avoid police problems, they decide to throw him into the water and promise each other that they will never discuss that incident ever. One year later they start getting messages from somebody who knows what happened. Later they are <more>
stalked by a rain-coat wearing mystery man who uses a big hook. The performances from Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe and Freddie Prinze Jr. were all decent. Director Jim Gillespie Joy ride did a good job in creating enuff suspense n tension. The ending wasn't predictable. The killer in a raincoat with a hook was an effective n intimidating one. Although the body count is surprisingly low, the tension was enuff. One of the most memorable n tension filled scene is the scene in the alley, with Gellar jus ten feet away from a musical parade/safety n the killer chasing her. The second one is the car in a wooded lane in broad daylight parked outside Anne Heches house. Yeah u heard right. Heche in a small role.