I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer (2006)
USA / English
"What He Knows, Might Kill You...
"A group of teenagers in Colorado find themselves being stalked and killed one-by-one by a mysterious figure with a hook, exactly one year after they covered up a friends' accidental death...
Goes through the motions with a couple of interesting moments
Compared to other horror / slasher films that is. But they're not that
bad, and all of them, even this entry, worth a watch. However, tempted
viewers should be warned that "I'll Always Know What You Did Last
Summer" (aside from being a mouthful) is near to being a carbon copy of
the original film in terms of characters and situation.
Interestingly, the film starts out similarly to "Final Destination 3",
with a group of friends at a carnival (not as flash as FD3's amusement
park though), and things take a turn for the worse when they play a
practical joke regarding the legend of the Fisherman, that results in
one of their friends getting killed. A year later, the four friends who
covered up their own part in their other friends' death, all begin
receiving mysterious messages.
Sound familiar? The film is not that bad though. While the characters
may not be that likable, they are well acted. Brooke Nevin plays lead
character Amber and does a decent job. Hottie David Paetkau plays the
hot-headed Colby. Tammy DeVitto is fairly good as Zoe, and Ben Easter,
while in a smaller role, probably gives the best performance as one of
the many red-hearings, Lance. Clayton Taylor has a small role as the
ill-fated P.J. and hottie K.C. Clyde plays Deputy Hafner.
While the back-story of the previous "Summer" films was terribly
confusing, it is not explicitly mentioned here, though both films get a
small acknowledgment. The somewhat unsurprising revelation in this
third installment is rather bland and a let down also. Though some of
the deaths were quite gruesome, it would have been best if this
franchise was continued with surviving stars of the previous films,
Jennifer Love Hewitt, Freddie Prinze Jr and Brandy. However, as
mentioned, "I'll Always Know" is not a complete waste of time, it has
its moments. Oh yeah, the DVD cover is also terrible, as one the blonde
girl at the back barely has a part in the film, David Paetkau should
have been on the cover.
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