I Know What You Did Last Summer

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Overview

During the annual July 4th festivities in a North Carolina fishing town, Helen Sarah Michelle Gellar wins a local beauty contest and departs with her boyfriend Barry Ryan Philippe and pals Julie Jennifer Love Hewitt and Ray Freddie Prinze Jr.. On their way back home, Ray hits a fisherman with her car. The teens panic, drop the body in the water, and abandon the scene. Many months later when Julie returns from college, she gets an anonymous note: "I know what you did last summer." The four teens suspect the note ...
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Overview

During the annual July 4th festivities in a North Carolina fishing town, Helen Sarah Michelle Gellar wins a local beauty contest and departs with her boyfriend Barry Ryan Philippe and pals Julie Jennifer Love Hewitt and Ray Freddie Prinze Jr.. On their way back home, Ray hits a fisherman with her car. The teens panic, drop the body in the water, and abandon the scene. Many months later when Julie returns from college, she gets an anonymous note: "I know what you did last summer." The four teens suspect the note was written by their classmate Max Johnny Galecki, but then Max is murdered -- and the terror begins. In the original Lois Duncan novel, the teens hit a small boy on a bicycle instead of a fisherman. The screenplay is by Kevin Williamson, whose credits include the 1996 box-office hit Scream.
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Special Features

Filmmaker's commentary; Director's short film: "joyride" with optional commentary; Now I know what you did last summer featurette; Music video: "hush" performed; Theatrical trailer
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Robert Firsching
Screenwriter Kevin Williamson's follow-up to his blockbuster hit Scream (1996) is a more traditional, less jokey teen slasher film than its predecessor. The central plot contrivance is an amusing twist on the cult classic I Saw What You Did (1965), and the attractive young cast pulls it off without a hitch. Viewers who remember the early 1980s slasher glut, however, may feel as if they've been down this road a few too many times, as this entry -- despite its better-than-average acting and production values -- offers nothing especially new or different to the formula. Genre devotees and fans of the cast members should still find it enjoyable, but those expecting another Scream might be disappointed.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/22/2008
  • UPC: 043396265288
  • Original Release: 1997
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled / Dubbed
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:41:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 15,214

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jennifer Love Hewitt Julie James
Sarah Michelle Gellar Helen Shivers
Ryan Phillippe Barry Cox
Freddie Prinze Jr. Ray Bronson
Muse Watson Benjamin Willis
Anne Heche Melissa Egan
Johnny Galecki Max
Bridgette Wilson Elsa Shivers
Technical Credits
Jim Gillespie Director
Catherine Adair Costumes/Costume Designer
William S. Beasley Executive Producer
Stokely Chaffin Producer
Denis Crossan Cinematographer
Louis D'Esposito Asst. Director
John Debney Score Composer
Erik Feig Producer
Steve Mirkovich Editor
Neal H. Moritz Producer
Carl Rudisill Sound/Sound Designer
John J. Rutchland III Art Director
Alex Steyermark Musical Direction/Supervision
Mary Vernieu Casting
Kevin Williamson Screenwriter
Gary Wissner Production Designer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A must read mystery that will keep you on your feet !

    Julie and her three friends, Helen, Ray, and Barry, were on their way home from a party one night and they see a dark figure moving in the road. They quickly think nothing of it and keep driving. Soon enough, they hit something, but they couldn't see anything through the fog. As they got out of the car, they spotted a dead little boy lying on the side of the road. Each one of them promised to keep it a secret and never to bring it up, so they hid the corpse away from the side of the rode and drove away. Throughout the rest of the book strange things have been happening to they four friends and Julie is trying to figure out who ishunting them down. They received creepy letters, death threats, and even in person meetings. Barry and Helen get killed in the long run of everything and Julie and Ray are left to fend for themselves. The more the two try to investigate, the more dangerous it gets fro them. Julie has need guilty about the whole thing since they day it happened, so she came home because she just couldnt concentrate on school. Unlike the others, who were successful and went on with their lives. They were the ones who were targeted first. I think the book was very interesting in some ways and kind of confusing in other ways. I loved all the mystery, but it was sort of creepy. If you are not a big fan of scary stuff I would not recommend this book. THe end of the book left you at a mystery. I hope they make another one !

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Best Book Ever!!!

    Introduction: I read "I Know What You Did Last Summer" for my summer reading book at school. I think the author was trying to tell us to always tell the truth and never hide anything. You never know what might happen and who may find out. The author wanted this book to be full of action, and it is. If you like mysteries, you should definitely read this book. You should read it because it is very interesting and it will keep you on your seat throughout the whole entire story.

    Description and summary of main points: This book is based on 4 teenagers, Helen, Barry, Julie, and Ray, who are driving down the road, when all of a sudden, they hit something. When they turn around to see what it was, they couldn't believe their eyes. It was a little boy on a bike. They don't know if they should stop or not, so they decide to keep driving and call the police on a pay phone down the road. Then, they make a pact that it will never be mentioned again. I like this book because it's full of action and keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout the whole story. When I finished the book, I liked it so much, I wanted it to keep going. I felt like I was in the book, and the characters were real people. Once Julie gets the note, she calls Ray,

    Evaluation: I think the book was very entertaining. I'm not one to read all the time, but this one caught my eye. When I first picked up the book, I didn't know what to think. When I started reading, there was something about it that made me want to keep reading. I really like "I Know What You Did Last Summer" because I felt like I was in the story, and like the characters were real. Sometimes I thought that I was one of the characters.

    Conclusion: If you like mysteries, you need to read this book because it's has many intense moments and you'll want to keep reading it even after you finish the story. Four teens find out that someone knows their secret. They thought it was over with and never expected anything like this to happen. They're in for the biggest surprise of their life.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Never hold back any scrects.

    Louis Duncan writes many stories like ''I Know what you did Last Summer''. Louis Duncan in my opinion is a very creative writer when it comes to horrors and dramas. Helen, Barry, Julie and Ray are all good friends heading home from a party down a mountain. They see something in the front of their headlights. They heard big thump. It turned out they hit a little boy on a bike.
    Description and summary of main points
    Julie has been accepted to a high class collage. When Julie opens the letter, her mother hands here another letter that came in the mail for her. When she opened it she finds that it says I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER. Some of the things they say are they '' we can't break the pact''
    Evaluation
    Some of the main points in the story are that the gang is all best friends until that one night. The main characters are Julie, Helen, Ray, and Barry. The theme of this story is to tell you not to hold back lies. The setting is kind of confusing at the begging. At first it starts present day, then goes into a back flash, of what happened last summer.
    Conclusion
    In my opinion the book was a very good story. I would not recommend this book to anyone who does not like a drama or a thriller. My final statements are to never ever hold back any secrets that you have to hide.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Very interesting

    I liked it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    While watching this movie, it is quite obvious that the plot has been used before (Prom Night, etc.), but...doesn't every movie derive from another movie? Also, they threw in a fisherman with a giant hook, so give them some props. The plot was good, especially for a teen-slasher flick. The acting and dialogue was fantastic, along with the scenery. Oh, and of course, Sarah Michelle Gellar was looking great...as usual =). If you have yet to see this movie, and you're in the mood for a good slasher...I highly suggest you buy this, or at least rent it. Great movie!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Know What This Movie is All About

    This movie is the bess movie ever, it has so much mistery, and so much suspence, there is a part in the movie that i liked, is where Sarah Michelle Gellar gets killed, that is the best part, not because is hate Sarah, is just that how they kill her is awsome, Watch this movie!!!!!!!!!

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    GREAT MOVIE!***** STARS!

    I loved this movie.....it was very good but very scary. Buy it now!

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