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I Know What You Did Last Summer
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Jennifer Love Hewitt (from TV's "Party of Five") and Sarah Michelle Gellar (Scream 2) star with Freddie Prinze, Jr., Ryan Phillippe and Johnny Galecki in this terrifying tale of a body that just won't stay dead. After an accident on a winding road, four teens make the fatal mistake of dumping their victim's body into the sea. But exactly one year later, the dead man returns from his watery grave,and he's looking for more than an apology. From the writer of Scream.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: A by-the-numbers slasher that arrived a decade too late, the mostly tedious I Know What You Did Last Summer will likely only hook diehard fans of the genre.
A smart, sharply drawn genre film with a moral center and a solid cast.
June 17, 2017
Remember all those terrible slasher flicks from the '80s? This could be one of them. It certainly...
June 16, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Bloody '90s horror movie has graphic violence, profanity.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that I Know What You Did Last Summer is a 1997 horror movie about four teens who attempt to hide the evidence of a drunken hit-and-run they perpetrated only to find that the man they thought they killed seems to be alive and all too eager for revenge. There is frequent horror movie violence and gore -- characters are shown up-close getting stabbed to death in the throat, chest, and back with a giant hook. A young man who is later discovered to have committed suicide is shown sitting on the edge of a cliff while drinking from an unmarked bottle of alcohol. The four lead teen characters drink heavily while on the beach; one character drinks from a large bottle of whiskey and behaves in an extremely drunk fashion, resulting in a car crash and apparent hit-and-run that sets the story in motion. There is also some bullying, both verbal and physical. Profanity includes "f--k" and its variations.
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- Genre:Slasher, Teen, Horror, Franchise
- Release Date:October 17, 1997
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD