The adolescent angst continues in this teen horror sequel revolving around a Fourth of July prank gone terribly wrong. When a harmless joke balloons into a deadly tragedy, wary friends vow to take their secret to the grave.
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I'll Always Know What You Did Last SummerDirected bySylvain White
This film at least tried to take the series somewhere different (think Friday the 13th 5 or Halloween 3). At least it wasn't the daughter this time. At least it didn't ask me to believe Rio is still the capital of Brazil.
Another tone, another enviroment, another secret, new characters, "same" killer. A different way to treat this series and its rules. The raw cinematographic adds a more vibrant mood to this movie with shades of epilepsy. Not great, but I think it won't fully dissapoint the fans of the first two movies.