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.
Ever since killing the Fisherman one year ago, Julie James is still haunted by images of him after her, causes her relationship with Ray Bronson to suffer further. When her best friend Karla Wilson wins free tickets to the Bahamas, Julie finds this a perfect opportunity to finally relax. But someone is waiting for her. Someone who she thought was dead. Someone who is out again for revenge.Written by
There are two distinct teaser trailers to this film. One is the more prominent teaser, in which Julie is at her therapist's office recalling the events of the first film. The other teaser trailer features Julie visiting a confession booth at church, in which the scene reveals Ben Willis in place of the priest, saying "I still know....", which causes Julie to scream. The church scene trailer was released first before the therapist office version, and has since been lost. A search on YouTube shows no posting of this version. See more »
A Colt revolver like the one Julie uses to shoot Ben Willis only holds six shots. Julie fires eight times and it misfires once, when Ray tries to shoot Ben Willis, making it hold nine bullets. See more »
[holding a large kitchen knife]
What the hell are you doing in my closet?
Dude, I thought you were outta town. Look, I just wanted to borrow your black skirt, but I'm not ready to die for it.
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After the credits are over, there is the sound of a hook slashing through flesh and Ben Willis' horrific (distorted) laugh. See more »
German version is missing Willis' laugh at the end of the credits. See more »
Now that I re-watched after all these years, I can't really understand why I was a fan of it... Ryan Phillippe was replaced by Mekhi Phifer (a sex maniac, bully-type-of-person), Jennifer Love Hewitt remained the same (a little less irritating to be honest), Freddie Prinze Jr. was actually a lot better than those puppy eyes that haunted me for 1 hour and 41 minutes last night, and Brandy took the best part like Sarah Michelle Gellar did. Well yes, Julie James' best friends have the best characters in both movies. Apart from that, really poor acting, silly lines, totally unnecessary plot twist - to the verge of kitsch - and no real mysterious atmosphere.
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