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(out of 4 reviews)
AGE
14
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Review this title!
Adult Written bycrap April 9, 2008
AGENot rated for age
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GREAT MOVIE JUST BAD FOR KIDS UNDER THE AGE OF 15

This movie has bloody killings, shootings, and other violent acts. There is some sexual content, there is unnessasary langage. While the ruthless Ben Willus hunts down Julie she does have stong Social Bevahior.This movie will be a great exepernce for people over the age of 15 and even greater for people over the age of 17.
Parent of a 5, 9, 11, and 14 year old Written byJamesRobertson January 4, 2009
Adult Written by90210fan February 1, 2011
AGE
13
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teens

Love it. Good scary movie its not gory. Compared to saw
Adult Written bywonder dove November 9, 2012
AGE
15
QUALITY
 

More intense than the original!

This sequel is far more gory and violent than the original. It's a lot scarier with stronger themes and the story is slightly more exciting! I'm glad that they kept the same main characters from the first. The film should be called "I still know what you did two summers ago" because "last summer" doesn't really fit seeing as how the incident was two years ago not one. But anyways, Julie (Hewitt) still has the odd nightmare about the killer coming back to get her. Having trouble with her boyfriend Ray (Freddie Prinze), Julie still isn't the happy girl she used to be. Her roommate Karla (Singer, Brandy) wins a trip to the Bahamas where she's allowed to take a few friends including her boyfriend. She sets Julie up with a cute guy from school, Will, and the four of them set off for a great adventure not knowing that storm season is setting in. There, mysterious messages pop up about the killer stalking Julie and she finally feels that he is near. After being terrorized by a dead body in her closet, Julie's convinced that he is set out once again to kill her. With little means of escaping off the island, due to a bad storm, they all must work together to get out of there alive. There is an awesome twist towards the end, lots of scary action and lots of violence. May make you scared to travel to any tropical island. Weed is mentioned and shown more than once. Some making out in a pool and on a bed. There are shootings/stabbings/gory murders. Strong language. Lots of gore. Perfect for true horror lovers, not for the light hearted. 16++ will enjoy!
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much swearing