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I Still Know What You Did Last Summer -- The horror of last summer stalks Julie James and her friends in the Bahamas!
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer -- The murderous fisherman with a hook is back to once again stalk the two surviving teens, Julie and Ray, who left him for dead, as well as cause even more murder and mayhem, this time at a posh island resort.
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer -- The murderous fisherman with a hook is back to once again stalk the two surviving teens, Julie and Ray, who left him for dead, as well as cause even more murder and mayhem, this time at a posh island resort.


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Writers (WGA):
Lois Duncan (characters)
Trey Callaway (written by)
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The murderous fisherman with a hook is back to once again stalk the two surviving teens, Julie and Ray, who left him for dead, as well as cause even more murder and mayhem, this time at a posh island resort. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Jennifer Love Hewitt ... Julie James

Freddie Prinze Jr. ... Ray Bronson

Brandy Norwood ... Karla Wilson (as Brandy)

Mekhi Phifer ... Tyrell

Muse Watson ... Ben Willis

Bill Cobbs ... Estes

Matthew Settle ... Will Benson

Jeffrey Combs ... Mr. Brooks

Jennifer Esposito ... Nancy

John Hawkes ... Dave
Ellerine Harding ... Olga (as Ellerine!)

Benjamin Brown ... Darick The Dockhand

Red West ... Paulsen

Michael P. Byrne ... Thurston

Michael Bryan French ... Doctor
Dee Anne Helsel ... Nurse (as Dee Ann Helsel)
Johnny Harrington ... Todd

Mark Boone Junior ... Pawn Shop Owner (as Mark Boone Jr.)

Dan Priest ... Professor
Sylvia Short ... Old Woman
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jack Black ... Titus Telesco (uncredited)

Lisa Hoover ... Cocktail waitress (uncredited)

Tanya Mironowski ... Club Goer (uncredited)

Summer Moore ... Classmate (uncredited)
Jerome Elston Scott ... Basketball Player (uncredited)

Directed by
Danny Cannon 
Writing credits
Lois Duncan (characters)

Trey Callaway (written by)

Produced by
William S. Beasley .... producer
Stokely Chaffin .... producer
Erik Feig .... producer
Jose Ludlow .... line producer: Mexico Unit
Neal H. Moritz .... producer
Original Music by
John Frizzell 
Cinematography by
Vernon Layton (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Peck Prior 
Casting by
Jackie Burch 
Production Design by
Doug Kraner 
Art Direction by
Chas. Butcher 
Scott Ritenour 
Set Decoration by
Jan K. Bergstrom  (as Jan Bergstrom)
Costume Design by
Daniel J. Lester  (as Dan Lester)
Makeup Department
Tammy Ashmore .... makeup artist
Carl Bailey .... hair stylist: Mexico
Carmen de la Torre .... makeup artist: Mexico (as Carmen De La Torre)
Bonita DeHaven .... key makeup artist
Kimberly Kimble .... hair stylist
LaLette Littlejohn .... makeup artist
Esther Lomeli .... hair stylist: Mexico
Matthew W. Mungle .... prosthetic makeup artist
Lisa Marie Rosenberg .... key hair stylist
Clinton Wayne .... prosthetic makeup artist
Susan Zietlow-Maust .... hair stylist
Amy Lederman .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
William S. Beasley .... unit production manager
Ricardo Del Río .... unit production manager: Mexico (as Ricardo Del Rio Galnares)
Nancy Jane King .... production supervisor: Mexico (as Nancy J. King)
Sharyn Shimada-Huggins .... production supervisor
Chantal Feghali .... post-production supervisor (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Louis D'Esposito .... first assistant director
Arturo del Río .... second assistant director: Mexico (as Arturo Del Rio)
Shari Nicotero .... second second assistant director
Randol Perelman-Taylor .... second second assistant director
Michael Viglietta .... second assistant director
Art Department
Louisa Bonnie .... set designer
Virginia Capobianco .... assistant property master: Mexico (as Ginnie Capobianco)
Javier Carrillo .... construction coordinator: Mexico
Dave DeGaetano .... construction coordinator (as David DeGaetano)
Enrique Echeverría .... assistant art director: Mexico (as Enrique Echeverria)
Ann Harris .... set designer
John D. Jefferies Sr. .... set designer (as John D. Jefferies)
Teri Anne Kopp .... assistant property master
Thomas W. Lay Jr. .... illustrator (as Tom Lay)
Steven M. Levine .... property master
Joseph P. Lucky .... set designer (as Joseph Lucky)
Alberto Villaseñor .... construction coordinator: Mexico
Adriana Aimo .... art department coordinator (uncredited)
Renee Lee Alito .... construction accountant (uncredited)
Rick Broderman .... paint gang boss (uncredited)
Michael Casey .... leadman (uncredited)
Juan Manuel de la Fuente .... set dresser (uncredited)
Steven Hintz .... propmaker (uncredited)
Lisa Penaranda .... art department assistant (uncredited)
Jeff Shewbert .... propmaker (uncredited)
Adam Short .... assistant art director (uncredited)
Paul Stanwyck .... head painter (uncredited)
Sound Department
John H. Arrufat .... sound editor (as John Arrufat)
Bill W. Benton .... sound re-recording mixer
Andrew Bock .... assistant sound editor
Thom Brennan .... sound editor
Richard Burton .... sound editor
David B. Cohn .... adr editor
Nerses Gezalyan .... foley mixer
Thomas Giordano .... cable operator (as Thomas S. Giordano)
Gary A. Hecker .... foley artist (as Gary Hecker)
Drake Jenevein .... assistant sound editor
Bernardo Jiménez .... cable person: Mexico (as Bernardo Jimenez)
Tricia Linklater .... first assistant sound editor
Michael Magill .... sound editor
John Morris .... supervising sound editor
Greg Orloff .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Pappas .... foley editor
David M. Ronne .... sound mixer (as David Ronne)
Earl Sampson .... boom operator (as Earl F. Sampson)
Leslie Shatz .... sound re-recording mixer
Alicia Stevenson .... foley artist
Hanson Hsu .... sound engineer (uncredited)
Fred Peck III .... sound re-recordist (uncredited)
Anna D. Wilborn .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Scott Blackwell .... special effects foreman
Laurencio Cordero .... special effects coordinator: Mexico
John D. Milinac .... special effects supervisor
Stan Blackwell .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Jose A. Cordero .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Charles Darby .... matte effects supervisor
Kim Lavery .... visual effects
Alison Savitch .... visual effects supervisor
Jeffrey Willerth .... visual effects coordinator
Jamie Baxter .... digital artist (uncredited)
Rob Blue .... digital artist (uncredited)
Jerald Doerr .... CGI special effects (uncredited)
Eli Jarra .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Roger Kupelian .... matte painter/compositor (uncredited)
Malcolm A.S. Sim .... digital artist (uncredited)
LaFaye Baker .... stunts (as La Faye Baker)
Jophery C. Brown .... stunts (as Jophery Brown)
Troy Brown .... stunts
Jennifer Caputo .... stunts
Thomas Robinson Harper .... stunt double (as Tom Harper)
Freddie Hice .... stunt coordinator
Henry Kingi Jr. .... stunts
Bob MacDougall .... stunts (as Bob McDougall)
Erin Ricotti .... stunts (as Erin Ricotti-Hice)
Jimmy N. Roberts .... stunts
Troy Robinson .... stunts
George A. Sack Jr. .... stunts (as George Sack Jr.)
April Weeden .... stunts
Mitchell Dean .... stunt driver (uncredited)
James Ryan .... utility stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Sidney Ray Baldwin .... still photographer (as Sidney R. Baldwin)
Kenny Davis .... dolly grip (as Kenneth Davis)
Joseph Dianda .... key grip
James J. Gilson .... chief lighting technician (as Jim Gilson)
Joseph Martens .... assistant chief lighting technician
Mark Emery Moore .... Steadicam operator (as Mark E. Moore)
Mark Emery Moore .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Mark E. Moore)
Fernando Moreno .... gaffer: Mexico
Scott Patten .... best boy grip
Jeff Pelton .... second assistant camera
George Richmond .... camera operator: "a" camera
Jonathan 'Chunky' Richmond .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Jonathan Richmond)
Calmar Roberts .... first assistant camera (as Cal Roberts)
Jesús Rodríguez Barajas .... key grip: Mexico
Donald E. Thorin Jr. .... Steadicam operator
Donald E. Thorin Jr. .... camera operator: "b" camera
Bobby Brown .... first assistant camera: "a" camera re-shoots (uncredited)
Eddie Cordero .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Thomas M. Dangcil .... electrician (uncredited)
Shawn Duchscherer .... electrician (uncredited)
Doug Ednie .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Greg Lopez .... lamp operator (uncredited)
John Martens .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Rick Senteno .... stage lighting (uncredited)
Robert Zuckerman .... key art photographer (uncredited)
Casting Department
Angela Peabody .... casting assistant
Vanessa Portillo .... extras casting (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Winnie D. Brown .... costume supervisor (as Winnie Brown-Willis)
Tom Cummins .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Rayford Berrymon .... apprentice film editor
James Flynn .... assistant film editor
Mo Henry .... negative cutter
Sandy S. Solowitz .... first assistant editor
Adam Bernardi .... additional editor (uncredited)
Jim Flynn .... assistant editor (uncredited)
Dale Jones .... avid technician (uncredited)
Mike Mertens .... color timer (uncredited)
Eric Rigney .... avid technician (uncredited)
Location Management
S. Todd Christensen .... assistant location manager
Curtis Collins .... location manager (as Curtis L. Collins)
Paul Schreiber .... assistant location manager
Alejandro Levi .... location scout (uncredited)
Music Department
Sharon Boyle .... music supervisor
Geneviève Thomas Colvin .... music coordinator
David Foster .... song producer
John Houlihan .... music supervisor
Lisa Jaime .... music editor
Abby Treloggen .... supervising music editor
Jason Alexander .... music coordinator (uncredited)
Frank Bennett .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Tom Boyd .... oboe soloist (uncredited)
Elin Carlson .... chorus (uncredited)
Brad Dechter .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Andrew Kinney .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Jennifer Nash .... music editor (uncredited)
Don Nemitz .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Micki Stern .... music coordinator (uncredited)
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Randy Burke .... transportation co-captain
David Diaz .... transportation co-captain: Mexico (as David R. Diaz)
Javier Gunther .... transportation captain: Mexico (as Javier Gunter)
Dan Marrow .... transportation captain
Morris Bension .... driver (uncredited)
Karin Parish Kurz .... transportation office coordinator (uncredited)
Carlos Ponce de León .... transportation captain (uncredited)
Woody Schultz .... driver: cast (uncredited)
Other crew
Pamela Alch .... script supervisor
Jamie Lynn Arsenault .... production coordinator (as Jamie Arsenault Green)
Ana Ballesteros .... caterer: Mexico (as Anna Ballesteros)
Jose Manuel Ballesteros .... craft service: Mexico
Jennifer Blum .... production assistant
Alejandro Cairo .... extras coordinator: Mexico
Mariano Carranco .... production coordinator: Mexico
Kris Carrison .... production assistant
Kenny Chisholm .... assistant: Mr. Cannon
Carrie Cook .... assistant: Mr. Moritz
Jo Dixon .... production assistant (as Jo-Anne C. Dixon)
Jim Dunlap .... assistant accountant
Terry Dunn .... production accountant (as Terrence E. Dunn)
Mark A. Echevarria .... animal trainer (as Mark Echevarria)
Mike Harlow .... assistant: Ms. Chaffin
Nancy G. James .... craft service (as Nancy James)
Moe Jelline .... assistant: Mr. Moritz
Alvin Mears .... animal trainer
Lucille M. Michael .... set medic
Heather Plott .... production assistant (as Heather N. Plott)
Arturo Romero .... production accountant: Mexico
Nina Saxon .... title designer
Nelson Tunon .... assistant production coordinator: Mexico
David Waters .... production assistant
Jeff Williams .... production assistant
Bohnie Avanzino .... title designer: New Wave Entertainment (uncredited)
Emmanuel Cabare .... production assistant (uncredited)
Ryan R. Johnson .... assistant in charge of production (uncredited)
Michael C. Lund .... assistant production office coordinator (uncredited)
Rob McCabe .... photo double: Muse Watson/Fisherman (uncredited)
Rob McCabe .... stand-in: Freddie Prinze Jr. (uncredited)
Michael Neal .... payroll accountant (uncredited)
Claire Raskind .... unit publicist (uncredited)
Tony Rudenko .... computer graphic artist (uncredited)
Gabrielle Wallack .... assistant production office coordinator (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Last Summer 2" - Japan (English title)
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Rated R for intense terror violence and gore, strong language and some drug use
100 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Brandy Norwood is only 10 days older than Jennifer Love Hewitt in real life.See more »
Audio/visual unsynchronized: (at around 59 mins) Just as Karla and Julie enter the room where the tanning bed is, Karla says, "Come on Julie it's better than a day at the beach girl," yet her mouth does not move until the next shot.See more »
Titus Telesco:[seeing the killer reach for a large spike] Seriously, don't do that!See more »
Here I Go AgainSee more »


Was the ending a dream?
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44 out of 79 people found the following review useful.
Very different, but very entertaining, 8 August 2001
Author: Josh-161

I Still Know What You Did Last Summer surprised me. I could see from the trailer that this second movie would have a different feel to the original (the first being more of a psychological thriller), but still it caught me totally off-guard. I Still Know... took a brave step away from the feel of its predecessor, and dared to be different - which is most probably why so many people disliked it. The opening scene displays a similar amount of emotion and tension that was visible ten minutes into the first movie, but then, in Love Hewitt's own words, the movie "goes crazy". In a good way...

British-born Danny Cannon's directing is top-notch, and his build up of atmosphere and suspense throughout the movie is well-paced. His style and obvious knowledge of Horror movies (as with the original) is a great benefit, and there are quite a few 'jumps' that work well.

With Williamson unwilling to return to script a sequel, my main fear was that the script would be appalling if written by a newcomer. Thankfully, Trey Callaway's script is both inventive and witty, and matches Williamson's style almost seamlessly. Although the characters are not quite as well developed, we are given enough interesting and chilling set pieces to keep things at an entertaining level.

The setting of the deserted tropical island is an inspired idea, and the isolation of the central characters adds much-needed suspense. This smart move helps to bring a new sense of unease and isolation to the film. By now, the overall feeling of unease apparent in the first has dissipated, but the atmosphere of the island is overpowering and the suspense almost unbearable as Ben creeps ever closer to conquering Julie.

Another good point - as with the first I Know... - is that all the characters are genuine and likeable. While they are a little under-developed, what we do see of them helps the viewer to understand and like them. Between Karla's happy-go-lucky attitude, and bar-maid Nancy's dark sense of humor there is something quite special here. The acting is again of a high standard, and I was surprised at how well Brandy made the jump from TV comedy to full-fledged movie horror! Even supporting actors such as Matthew Settle (who played Will Benson) and Jennifer Esposito were extremely enjoyable, giving this movie a sense of realism that isn't all too apparent in many movies these days. The presence of Ben Willis is one that still sends chills down the spine, and Muse Watson's portrayal of a cold-blooded killer is unlike any other on-screen slasher in this day and age. Another welcome face (and one that spiced up the movie a little with his pompous hotel manager) is Jeffrey Combs, who is brilliant as the tight-lipped manager, and his death is a truly memorable and shocking moment (his subdued "Duh!" still cracks me up).

The only disappointing thing about I Still Know... is the final epilogue scene. While the final shock worked effectively in the first movie and gave a great final scare, here it is rather predictable. Although it is handled well, and Love's final scream is one that is chilling to the extreme, it simply leaves the movie feeling unfinished.

MY VERDICT: A worthy sequel that is given way too little credit for trying to be different. While it may not suit everybody's taste, the great performances from all the principle cast (in particular Love Hewitt, who it was great to see back!), an original setting and artistic directing set this one above most teen slashers, and is one that should not be viewed alone on a dark night.

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