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Several teenagers in a small-town in Colorado concoct a July 4th prank based on a frightening legend that goes awry when their friend ends up accidentally killed; however, the teens agree to keep their involvement a secret from the authorities, who continue to search for the man who apparently killed their friend. A year later, with the July 4th celebration coming up again, the teenagers realize that they're being stalked by someone who clearly intends on keeping the horrible legend alive by killing them off.
I wanted to but couldn't!
i must have seen a different film!!
It’s not bad or unwatchable but despite the amplitude of the spectacle, the end result is underwhelming.
This movie feels like it was made purely to piss off people who want good shows
Released in 2006, "I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer" is about a teen prank gone wrong in a Colorado ski resort town. The youths swear themselves to silence, but problems mount the next summer when it becomes clear that someone knows their secret. Then the bodies start piling up. The teens are played by Brooke Nevin, David Paetkau, Torrey DeVitto, Ben Easter and Seth Packard while Michael Flynn and K.C. Clyde play the sheriff and deputy. This third installment in the series was straight-to-video and therefore lacks the polish of the first two movies. You'll particularly notice this with the weak pacing and the lesser acting talents of the youthful cast. Despite these flaws, it's a worthwhile addition to the series because, like the first sequel, they completely switch the location, this time to a ski resort in the mountains of Colorado (albeit shot in Utah). I can't think of any other film that takes place in this environment so it makes it stand out. I also like how one of the teens, Zoe, plays in a grunge rock band and quite a bit of the runtime involves her band's practice pad in a barn or them playing out. Nevin is also a plus; she makes for a strong heroine and has a striking face. I further appreciate how the writers actually tied this film to the previous two, which you wouldn't think they'd be able to do since it's an entirely different cast of characters in a completely different environment, not to mention it being almost ten years after the first movie. The film runs 92 minutes.GRADE: C+
10 times better than the last one. First one was something like scream-cloud but this was somehow funny.First of all it became urban legend. Which was probably good idea considering third installation of this mainstream -- something.Had good script, nice acting, not too stupid directing, you actually hand to use your brains with this one. Total surprise. Then the movie little made its way like they always do, who is suspecting and who and where when why.I don't think this one as a spoiler at all but well. Little gore here and there, not really much teenager movie, really funny dialog all along and little messed up that I actually liked.So if you suffered nicely that first one try this one :) This is not actually scary and there are more elements like audio or music... Gets that summer feeling even if you weren't very young.6/10 hope someone likes. Seen worse, really. I'll rest my case.
Okay I normally stay well clear of the recent straight to video or DVD slasher movies, cause they are poorly made, terrible acting and well the list goes on, but through the years there have been some rather decent ones, but unfortunately this isn't one of them.Well it's been 9 years since the previous sequel, and well it does seem rather pointless bringing another one after all this time and plus I was a big fan of the first two, which were both fun and I did hope that they would have some fresh ideas for the third instalment but nope it's basically the same thing just with less production values and no star power whatsoever. This is just plods along with seemingly no effort and even the characters are carbon copies from the first movie (and not very good ones either), okay it does actually work on the so bad it's good scale in some places like when a character is about to commit suicide and then gets spooked by a coat and then gets killed, a classically cheesy moment I must say and the big reveal at the end of the killer was just priceless and stupid.All in all stick to "I Know" and "I Still Know" they're a million times better, this one brings nothing new or interesting to the story.
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It wasn't that bad. It was thrilling at moments and some what scary but never ever good you know. When some of the characters get murdered you don't really care because you don't really get attached to them you know. But overall the movie was okay. Not the best of the series but not the worst. The acting could have been a lot better. The setting also wasn't that fantastic. So out of 10 i give this film 7/10 for acting, 4/10 for setting and for the characters i give this film 5/10 so overall: 15/30- Overall an Okay movie.Thank-You.Bye-Bye :)
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