History Film / IKnowWhatYouDidLastSummer

21st Sep '17 10:47:19 AM fgenzo159
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''I Know What You Did Last Summer'' (1997) is a horror/slasher film very loosely based on [[Literature/IKnowWhatYouDidLastSummer the novel of the same name]] by Creator/LoisDuncan, starring Creator/FreddiePrinzeJr, Creator/SarahMichelleGellar, Creator/JenniferLoveHewitt, and Ryan Phillippe. The screenplay was written by Kevin Williamson, one of the writers of ''Film/{{Scream 1996}}''.

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''I Know What You Did Last Summer'' (1997) is a horror/slasher film very loosely based on [[Literature/IKnowWhatYouDidLastSummer the novel of the same name]] by Creator/LoisDuncan, starring Creator/FreddiePrinzeJr, Creator/SarahMichelleGellar, Creator/JenniferLoveHewitt, and Ryan Phillippe.Creator/RyanPhillippe. The screenplay was written by Kevin Williamson, one of the writers of ''Film/{{Scream 1996}}''.
3rd Sep '17 12:46:23 PM fearlessnikki
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Julie is a redhead in the book, and brunette in the film.



* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: A justified example. The killer cuts off some of Helen's hair while she's asleep, but she reappears for the pageant with it all tidied up. Naturally the killer wouldn't want to give her a reason to miss the parade.



%%* FromNobodyToNightmare: The Fisherman.

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%%* * FromNobodyToNightmare: The Fisherman.Fisherman. [[spoiler: A seemingly normal local man, he became a serial killer after the loss of his daughter]].
2nd Jul '17 2:20:04 AM bt8257
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* GenreSavvy: When the girls go to visit the family of the man they killed, Helen says "[[Film/TheSilenceoftheLambs Jodie Foster tried this and a serial killer answered the door.]]"

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* GenreSavvy: When the girls go to visit the family of the man they killed, Helen says "[[Film/TheSilenceoftheLambs "[[Film/TheSilenceOfTheLambs Jodie Foster tried this and a serial killer answered the door.]]"
19th Feb '17 5:09:57 AM erforce
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[[folder:''I'll Always What You Did Last Summer'' (2006)]]

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[[folder:''I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer'' (2006)]]
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''I Know What You Did Last Summer'' was followed by two sequels: ''I Still Know What You Did Last Summer'' (1998) and the straight-to-video ''I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer'' (2006). For tropes applying to the original novel, see ''Literature/IKnowWhatYouDidLastSummer''.

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''I Know What You Did Last Summer'' was followed by two sequels: ''I Still Know What You Did Last Summer'' (1998) and the straight-to-video ''I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer'' (2006). For tropes applying to the original novel, see ''Literature/IKnowWhatYouDidLastSummer''.
[[Literature/IKnowWhatYouDidLastSummer its own page]].



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[[folder:''I Know What You Did Last Summer'' (1997)]]



* ArtifactTitle: Hilariously, the second and third films still refer to "last summer", even though those events were multiple summers ago. A HandWave might be attempted for the second film, arguing that it's title referred to the events of the first film (as the time between the two films was indeed a year), but after that it legitimately makes no sense.



* BeautyContest: Helen wins one at the start of the first film.
* BehindTheBlack: Why [[spoiler: Ben doesn't see Julie waking up, picking up Ray's revolver from the ground and preparing to shoot him in the second film throughout the finale. Could be sort of justified, though, since Ben has just killed his son accidentally, so Julie waking up was probably the least of his concerns.]]
* BigBad: [[spoiler: Ben Willis in all three movies.]]

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* BeautyContest: Helen wins one at the start of the first film.
* BehindTheBlack: Why [[spoiler: Ben doesn't see Julie waking up, picking up Ray's revolver from the ground and preparing to shoot him in the second film throughout the finale. Could be sort of justified, though, since Ben has just killed his son accidentally, so Julie waking up was probably the least of his concerns.]]
* BigBad: [[spoiler: The Fisherman, [[spoiler:aka Ben Willis in all three movies.Willis.]]



* BottomlessMagazines: In the second film Julie shoots the Fisherman eight times. With a six-shooter.



* TheCapitalOfBrazilIsBuenosAires: Lampshaded and subverted in the second movie as a plot point.
* ComplexityAddiction: In the second film the Fisherman creates a fake radio contest just to lure the kids to a remote island.
* CondensationClue: Or possibly Cendensation Sequel Hook: the writing on the fogged-up shower stall glass at the end of the first film, Foreshadowing the second film's title.
* CousinOliver: [[spoiler: Will in the second movie is the previously unmentioned son of Ben Willis]].

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* TheCapitalOfBrazilIsBuenosAires: Lampshaded and subverted in the second movie as a plot point.
* ComplexityAddiction: In the second film the Fisherman creates a fake radio contest just to lure the kids to a remote island.
* CondensationClue: Or possibly Cendensation Sequel Hook: the writing on the fogged-up shower stall glass at the end of the first film, Foreshadowing the second film's title.
* CousinOliver: [[spoiler: Will in the second movie is the previously unmentioned son of Ben Willis]].
title.



* EvilMakesYouMonstrous: Ben Willis, the Fisherman from ''I Know What You Did Last Summer'', was originally a revenge-driven killer who used a hook as his WeaponOfChoice. By the time of ''I'll Allways Know What You Did Last Summer'' he's apparently become an undead ghost/living memory still driven to kill.



* FinalGirl: Julie in the first two films and Amber in the third. Julie especially is far more of an obvious Final Girl compared to her book self - she gets an AdaptationDyeJob to become brunette, is said to be an excellent student, and takes the moral high ground.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: The Fisherman.
* GambitRoulette: The Fisherman's plan in the second movie involves sending Julie to an island resort full of people and ensuring that she would [[spoiler:become friends with his son and the "contest" to win the trip.]]

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* FinalGirl: Julie in the first two films and Amber in the third. Julie especially is Julie, who's a far more of an obvious Final Girl compared to her book self - she gets an AdaptationDyeJob to become brunette, is said to be an excellent student, and takes the moral high ground.
* %%* FromNobodyToNightmare: The Fisherman.
* GambitRoulette: The Fisherman's plan in the second movie involves sending Julie to an island resort full of people and ensuring that she would [[spoiler:become friends with his son and the "contest" to win the trip.]]
Fisherman.



* HookHand: The killer in the sequel has one of these. In the original movie, the killer carries a [[HooksAndCrooks gaffing hook]].

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* HookHand: HooksAndCrooks: The killer in the sequel has one of these. In the original movie, the killer carries a [[HooksAndCrooks gaffing hook]].hook.



* InNameOnly:
** The book and the first film share only character names and a hit-and-run that sets the plot in motion. Everything else is night-and-day -- the Duncan novel is a mystery/drama [[spoiler:in which none of the main characters die]], while the film is a slasher.
** The third film is this to the first two, as besides [[spoiler:lacking any of the other characters besides the Fisherman]], it [[GenreShift shifts into]] outright supernatural horror.

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* InNameOnly:
**
InNameOnly: The original book and the first film share only character names and a hit-and-run that sets the plot in motion. Everything else is night-and-day -- the Duncan novel is a mystery/drama [[spoiler:in which none of the main characters die]], while the film is a slasher.
** The third film is this to the first two, as besides [[spoiler:lacking any of the other characters besides the Fisherman]], it [[GenreShift shifts into]] outright supernatural horror.
slasher.



* MistakenForMurderer: Julie in the first film [[spoiler: wrongly accuses Barry of having been the murderer all along.]]
* NastyParty

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* MistakenForMurderer: Julie in the first film [[spoiler: wrongly [[spoiler:wrongly accuses Barry of having been the murderer all along.]]
* NastyParty
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* OurGhostsAreDifferent: The Fisherman in the third movie, possibly some kind of LivingMemory.



* PreMortemOneLiner: In the third film:
-->'''Amber''': The secret. Dies. With YOU!
* PunctuatedForEmphasis: In the second film:
-->'''Julie''': Just *Gunshot* Fucking *Gunshot* Die!
* PunnyName: Will Benson, [[spoiler: who was the son of the previous killer, Ben.]] It's even lampshaded.
* RadioContest: Subverted in ''I Still Know''.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: The Fisherman in ''I'll Always Know'', after TheReveal.
* TheReveal:
** ''I Know'': [[spoiler: The killer is Ben Willis (the guy the group actually hit) and not David Egan (who they thought they hit, and who Ben actually killed) or someone trying to avenge him.]]
** ''I Still Know'': [[spoiler: Will Benson is ([[PunnyName obviously]]) Ben's son.]]
** ''I'll Always Know'': [[spoiler: It's not a copycat, the killer is Ben, who has literally come back from the dead this time.]]
* RevengeBeforeReason: The Fisherman.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: The fisherman after he's left for dead in the first movie.

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* PreMortemOneLiner: In the third film:
-->'''Amber''': The secret. Dies. With YOU!
* PunctuatedForEmphasis: In the second film:
-->'''Julie''': Just *Gunshot* Fucking *Gunshot* Die!
* PunnyName: Will Benson, [[spoiler: who was the son of the previous killer, Ben.]] It's even lampshaded.
* RadioContest: Subverted in ''I Still Know''.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: The Fisherman in ''I'll Always Know'', after TheReveal.
* TheReveal:
** ''I Know'':
TheReveal: [[spoiler: The killer is Ben Willis (the guy the group actually hit) and not David Egan (who they thought they hit, and who Ben actually killed) or someone trying to avenge him.]]
** ''I Still Know'': [[spoiler: Will Benson is ([[PunnyName obviously]]) Ben's son.]]
** ''I'll Always Know'': [[spoiler: It's not a copycat, the killer is Ben, who has literally come back from the dead this time.]]
*
%%* RevengeBeforeReason: The Fisherman.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: The fisherman Fisherman after he's left for dead in the first movie.dead.



* SassyBlackWoman: Julie's college roommate Deb in the first film.
* SpicyLatina: Nancy in the second film is this merged with AloofDarkHairedGirl.
* StrangerBehindTheMask: [[spoiler: The twist is that David Egan is in fact ''not'' the man the teens hit with the car. It's actually the man who murdered him - though this is foreshadowed earlier in the film]].
* TheStinger: Someone is still trying to kill Julie at the end of the sequel. According to Part 3, it's the Fisherman himself. After Julie killed him, he came back as a ghostly entity that looks like a zombie.

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* SassyBlackWoman: Julie's college roommate Deb in the first film.
* SpicyLatina: Nancy in the second film is this merged with AloofDarkHairedGirl.
Deb.
* StrangerBehindTheMask: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The twist is that David Egan is in fact ''not'' the man the teens hit with the car. It's actually the man who murdered him - though this is foreshadowed earlier in the film]].
* TheStinger: Someone is still trying to kill Julie at the end of the sequel. According to Part 3, it's the Fisherman himself. After Julie killed him, he came back as a ghostly entity that looks like a zombie.
film]].



* TokenMinorityCouple: In the second film, there's Julie and Ray (white), and Julie is also involved with Will (white). Karla and Tyrell are the BetaCouple, and they're both black.



* VillainBall: The Fisherman sure does pass up a lot of opportunities to kill those teens. Somewhat justified in the first movie, where his intent is not only to kill them, but to make them squirm and be afraid. Still, [[spoiler:Willis' quest for revenge threatens to expose his murder of David Egan, which he would've been clear of completely thanks to the teens]]. The second movie is arguably worse, where the Fisherman should know better by then not to mess around.

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* VillainBall: The Fisherman sure does pass up a lot of opportunities to kill those teens. Somewhat justified in the first movie, where justified, as his intent is not only to kill them, but to make them squirm and be afraid. Still, [[spoiler:Willis' quest for revenge threatens to expose his murder of David Egan, which he would've been clear of completely thanks to the teens]]. The second movie is arguably worse, where the Fisherman should know better by then not to mess around.around.

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[[folder:''I Still Know What You Did Last Summer'' (1998)]]
!!This sequel has examples of:

* BehindTheBlack: Why [[spoiler: Ben doesn't see Julie waking up, picking up Ray's revolver from the ground and preparing to shoot him throughout the finale. Could be sort of justified, though, since Ben has just killed his son accidentally, so Julie waking up was probably the least of his concerns.]]
* BigBad: The Fisherman.
* BottomlessMagazines: Julie shoots the Fisherman eight times. With a six-shooter.
* TheCapitalOfBrazilIsBuenosAires: Lampshaded and subverted in the movie as a plot point.
* ComplexityAddiction: Instead of simply rehashing the events of the previous film, The Fisherman [[spoiler:has his create a fake radio contest just to lure the kids to a remote island]].
* CousinOliver: [[spoiler:Will is the previously unmentioned son of Ben Willis]].
* GambitRoulette: The Fisherman's plan involves sending Julie to an island resort full of people and ensuring that she would [[spoiler:become friends with his son and win the "contest" to get the trip.]]
* HookHand: The killer in the sequel has one of these.
%%* MurderByMistake
%%* NastyParty
* PunctuatedForEmphasis:
-->'''Julie''': Just *Gunshot* Fucking *Gunshot* Die!
* PunnyName: Will Benson, [[spoiler:who is the son of the previous killer, Ben Willis]]. It's even lampshaded.
* RadioContest: Julie wins the trip from one. [[spoiler:It is eventually as a hoax set up by Will Benson]].
* TheReveal: [[spoiler: Will Benson is ([[PunnyName obviously]]) Ben Willis' son.]]
* SpicyLatina: Nancy is this merged with AloofDarkHairedGirl.
* TheStinger: Someone is still trying to kill Julie at the end of the film. [[spoiler:According to the next film, it's the Fisherman himself. After Julie killed him, he came back as a ghostly entity that looks like a zombie]].
* TokenMinorityCouple: There's Julie and Ray (white), and Julie is also involved with Will (white). Karla and Tyrell are the BetaCouple, and they're both black.
* VillainBall: The Fisherman is worse about messing around with the teens instead of outright killing them, considering that he should know better by now and not to mess around.

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[[folder:''I'll Always What You Did Last Summer'' (2006)]]
!!This sequel has examples of:

* AgonyOfTheFeet: The Fisherman attacks Colby by impaling his foot with his hook while Colby's doing swimming laps. He has to get by the rest of the film with crutches.
* ArtifactTitle: The title still refers to "last summer" of the first film, even though those events were multiple summers ago.
* BigBad: The Fisherman, [[spoiler:the one we've all met before, who's now an undead entity]].
* ContinuityNod: Amber reveals to Lance that she and her friends got the idea for the Fisherman prank from news clippings about the events of two previous movies.
* DarkSecret: P.J.'s death being a prank gone wrong for Amber and her friend. [[spoiler:The Fisherman's motivation has also been changed to return haunt any group of teens who have one]].
* DeadlyPrank: Amber and her friends arrange a prank which makes it seem that the Fisherman is attacking them in a carnival, which is supposed to lead to P.J. performing a sick skateboard trick on front of everyone. It fails when P.J. plummets to his death instead.
* EvilMakesYouMonstrous: [[spoiler:Ben Willis, aka The Fisherman, was originally a revenge-driven killer who used a hook as his WeaponOfChoice. By this film, he's apparently become an undead ghost/living memory still driven to kill]].
%%* FinalGirl: Amber
* HooksAndCrooks: The Fisherman uses a gaffing hook once again.
* HorrorDoesntSettleForSimpleTuesday: A deadly secret causes problems once again on 4th of July
* ImmuneToBullets: The Fisherman is shot several times (and stabbed once), which just slows him down a bit. [[spoiler:Justified because he's one of the undead now]].
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: Instead of landing on a pile of mattresses like he and his friends planned him to, P.J. ends up falling on a tractor pipe, which impales him.
* InterruptedSuicide: Just as Roger is about to slice his wrists open due to the guilt of getting P.J. killed, The Fisherman lures him into being chased and kills him.
* InNameOnly: The film is this to the first two, as besides [[spoiler:lacking any of the other characters besides the Fisherman]], it [[GenreShift shifts into]] [[spoiler:outright supernatural horror]].
%%* NightmareSequence
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: [[spoiler:The Fisherman is some sort of zombie ghost, possibly some kind of LivingMemory]].
* PreMortemOneLiner: Done when Amber [[spoiler:pushes The Fisherman into the spinning blades of a thresher]].
-->'''Amber''': The secret. Dies. With YOU!
* RedEyesTakeWarning: The Fisherman's eyes are showing flashing red twice after TheReveal.
* TheReveal: [[spoiler: The Fisherman is not a copycat, it's Ben Willis himself, who has literally come back from the dead this time.]]
* SlashedThroat: Roger is attacked by the Fisherman, and despite his best efforts to fight back, ends up getting his throat cut open. When his body is discovered, it's mistaken for suicide due to his the [[GoodbyeCruelWorld note he wrote]] moments before his death, since he was about to perform one.

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* AdaptationalBadass: In the book, Julie is knocked out while Ray fights the killer offscreen. In the film, she helps him fight the killer.



* BigBrotherBully: Gender Flipped but Elsa spends most of her screen time mocking or belittling Helen.
* BlackBestFriend: Julie has a sassy black roommate in college called Deb in the first film. In the second, her also black best friend Karla is a main character.



* CousinOliver: [[spoiler: Will in the second movie is the previously unmentioned son of Ben Willis]].



* ExpositoryHairstyleChange: Julie has curly hair in the intro, but it is unkempt after the accident. Notably in the finale segment, it's curly once again.



* FinalGirl: Julie in the first two films and Amber in the third.

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* FinalGirl: Julie in the first two films and Amber in the third. Julie especially is far more of an obvious Final Girl compared to her book self - she gets an AdaptationDyeJob to become brunette, is said to be an excellent student, and takes the moral high ground.



* RuleOfSymbolism: The accident and cover-up symbolise the loss of innocence from childhood to adulthood. The protagonists are teenagers graduating from high school, and the plot takes place after they've spent a year trying to live as adults. Helen notably has become a FallenPrincess, Julie was once a straight-A student whose grades are slipping, and Barry was once the BigManOnCampus that ends up in hospital. The characters lamenting how they can't go back to how their lives were before the accident parallels how they can't become innocent again.



* StrangerBehindTheMask: [[spoiler: The twist is that David Egan is in fact ''not'' the man the teens hit with the car. It's actually the man who murdered him - though this is foreshadowed earlier in the film]].



* TooDumbToLive: Helen and Barry.

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* TooDumbToLive: Helen and Barry.TraumaticHaircut: The killer cuts off some of Helen's hair while she's asleep.
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Elsa, Helen's sister, is described as very unattractive throughout the book. In the movie, she's just as pretty as Helen is. Elsa was written as plain looking in the script; the director decided that if Helen is gorgeous, Elsa should be too.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: AdaptationalAttractiveness:
**
Elsa, Helen's sister, is described as very unattractive throughout the book. In the movie, she's just as pretty as Helen is. Elsa was written as plain looking in the script; the director decided that if Helen is gorgeous, Elsa should be too.too.
** Julie has a moment in the book where she notices her mother going grey-haired, and her hands looking very old. None of this is shown in the film, and her mother looks quite youthful.



* AssholeVictim: The fine details are up for debate, but this is a slasher film that actually attempts to justify all the various teenagers getting killed; a hit-and-run probably doesn't deserve a RoaringRampageOfRevenge, but it's not the usual innocent batch of campers either.

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* AssholeVictim: The fine details are up for debate, but this is a slasher film that actually attempts to justify all the various teenagers getting killed; a hit-and-run probably doesn't deserve a RoaringRampageOfRevenge, but it's not the usual innocent batch of campers either. [[spoiler: It's then revealed that the man they hit had just committed a murder himself, and didn't die when they dumped the body in the sea]].



* BlackSpot

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* BlackSpotBlackSpot: Julie receives a note saying "I know what you did last summer". [[spoiler: A similar note being found in David Egan's belongings tips her off that he wasn't the man they hit]].



* CantGetAwayWithNuthin: [[spoiler: Barry and Helen]] are the ones who dump the body in the river, and they're the ones who die.



* FanService: Jennifer Love Hewitt in that tank top she wears for the final third of the first film.
** Also her wiggling around in the tanning bed in the second.

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* FanService: FallenPrincess: Helen appears to be such. She's implied to be a popular girl at school, and wins the local beauty pageant at the start. There's also cheerleading memorabilia in her room. But her plans to make it as an actress in New York fail, she and Barry split up and she's reduced to working in a department store.
* FanService:
**
Jennifer Love Hewitt in that tank top she wears for the final third of the first film.
** Also
film. And her wiggling around in the tanning bed in the second.sequel.
** Sarah Michelle Gellar also walks around wearing hot pants in the second act.
** Ryan Phillippe gets a gratuitous ShirtlessScene at the gym.



* FollowTheLeader: A film about GenreSavvy teens being murdered, following the success of ''Scream''



* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry: Helen and Elsa.

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* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry: Helen and Elsa.Elsa, far more so than in the book. Elsa is more obviously the smart sister - in a prominent position at the family department store, more business savvy and [[SmartPeopleWearGlasses she wears glasses]]. Helen is the pretty sister naturally.



* ItWasHereISwear: Used repeatedly (and relentlessly). The most egregious example is the dead body and 400 crabs stowed in the trunk of one character, only to disappear equally suddenly.
** Not only does the body and crabs disappear within minutes, but the trunk's carpet is also pristine clean.

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* {{Irony}}: When dumping the body, Barry says to pretend he's a serial killer and they're doing everyone a favour. [[spoiler: It turns out he's ''right'']].
* ItWasHereISwear: Used repeatedly (and relentlessly). The most egregious example is the dead body and 400 crabs stowed in the trunk of one character, only to disappear equally suddenly.
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suddenly. Not only does the body and crabs disappear within minutes, but the trunk's carpet is also pristine clean.



* NotQuiteDead: The Fisherman.
* OffScreenTeleportation

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* NotQuiteDead: The Fisherman.
Fisherman shows signs of movement right before they dump the body. [[spoiler: It turns out he lived after all]].
* OffScreenTeleportationOffScreenTeleportation: Max's body vanishes from the trunk of Julie's car. Although given that she ran the rest of the way to Helen's house, had to explain what happened to the other two and then walk back - it does give the killer ''some'' time to move it if he was following Julie from her house. And if Helen's house is further away than we assume from when Julie gets out of the car. [[spoiler: The killer however inexplicably appears out of nowhere to kill Helen when she escapes from the department store]].



* PeekabooCorpse: [[spoiler: Helen on ice.]]

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* PeekabooCorpse: [[spoiler: Helen and Barry on ice.]]



* PunnyName: Will Benson, [[spoiler: who was the son of the previous killer, Ben.]]
** Its even lampshaded.

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* PunnyName: Will Benson, [[spoiler: who was the son of the previous killer, Ben.]]
** Its
]] It's even lampshaded.



* SassyBlackWoman: Julie's college roommate in the first film.
* TheStinger: Someone is still trying to kill Jennifer Love Hewitt at the end of the sequel. According to Part 3, it's the Fisherman himself. After Jennifer killed him, he came back as a ghostly entity that looks like a zombie.

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* SacrificialLamb: Max, whose death was added in re-shoots, after filmmakers realised they needed to show that the killer posed a threat.
* SassyBlackWoman: Julie's college roommate Deb in the first film.
* SpicyLatina: Nancy in the second film is this merged with AloofDarkHairedGirl.
* TheStinger: Someone is still trying to kill Jennifer Love Hewitt Julie at the end of the sequel. According to Part 3, it's the Fisherman himself. After Jennifer Julie killed him, he came back as a ghostly entity that looks like a zombie.


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* TokenMinorityCouple: In the second film, there's Julie and Ray (white), and Julie is also involved with Will (white). Karla and Tyrell are the BetaCouple, and they're both black.
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''I Know What You Did Last Summer'' (1997) is a horror/slasher film very loosely based on [[Literature/IKnowWhatYouDidLastSummer the novel of the same name]] by Creator/LoisDuncan, starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Creator/SarahMichelleGellar, Creator/JenniferLoveHewitt, and Ryan Phillippe. The screenplay was written by Kevin Williamson, one of the writers of ''Film/{{Scream 1996}}''.

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''I Know What You Did Last Summer'' (1997) is a horror/slasher film very loosely based on [[Literature/IKnowWhatYouDidLastSummer the novel of the same name]] by Creator/LoisDuncan, starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Creator/FreddiePrinzeJr, Creator/SarahMichelleGellar, Creator/JenniferLoveHewitt, and Ryan Phillippe. The screenplay was written by Kevin Williamson, one of the writers of ''Film/{{Scream 1996}}''.
24th Mar '16 2:49:14 PM Morgenthaler
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* GenreSavvy: When the girls go to visit the family of the man they killed, Helen says "[[SilenceoftheLambs Jodie Foster tried this and a serial killer answered the door.]]"

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* GenreSavvy: When the girls go to visit the family of the man they killed, Helen says "[[SilenceoftheLambs "[[Film/TheSilenceoftheLambs Jodie Foster tried this and a serial killer answered the door.]]"
24th Mar '16 2:48:08 PM Morgenthaler
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* EvilMakesYouMonstrous: Ben Willis, the Fisherman from ''I Know What You Did Last Summer'', was originally a revenge-driven killer who used a hook as his WeaponOfChoice. By the time of ''I'll Allways Know What You Did Last Summer'' he's apparently become an undead ghost/living memory still driven to kill.
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