Subtitle I Know What You Did Last Summer
Movies have also had a big influence on Lil Nas X and his music, with one of the most recent being 2017's Call Me By Your Name. "I saw it at home while I was beginning to make my album [Montero," he shared. "And I was really happy to see such an artsy gay film, you know? I used it as a subtitle because I felt like that ["Montero (Call Me By Your Name)"], like even before I added in lyrics, sounded like that movie, taking sounds from Indian music, Arabic music, African music."
subtitle I Know What You Did Last Summer
[subtitles] I went to the hospital to get my eyes checked to see if I could get some glasses. And he was just saying stuff, like, trying to touch me and told me that if I feel uncomfortable with what he was doing to let him know and he would stop. And I told him that I did, like I, yeah, I feel uncomfortable. Like, I don't know what this is for. Like, why are you touching me?
Now I credit Mark Butterbrodt because he, I mean he laid his career on the line in doing what he needed to do. Really, he did the right things, and you know, and he's a direct result of people fearing would happen, what might happen to you. I mean, it happened to him, and that's why people didn't come forward like he did. And that's sad that that attitude has to prevail, but you know, people are scared to come forward.
I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER was surprising because I was bound to hate it but instead I found it decent, not great. After it was over I was afraid to try the sequel as it has lots of negative reviews, an abysmal score of 4,6 and sequels to horrors are hard sells. But, being often a masochist, I bit the bullet and believe it or not, I liked it even much more than the original (and it happened very rarely except for the live action GARFIELDs).In the beginning Julie James (Jennifer Love Hewitt) is caught in school having a nightmare where she confesses to a priest about killing a man and he reveals to be Ben Willis (the fisherman from the first movie). After her class finishes she meets Ray Bronson (Freddie Prinze jr) who now works as a fisherman and they promise to keep always in touch. Soon we see Julie in her home shared with Karla Wilson when she wins a game show contest on the radio and they win a trip to the Bahamas and Karla invites also her friends Tyrel Martin (Mekhi Phifer) and Will Benson. After they check in the hotel, strange things start to happen; when Julie is doing karaoke the words 'I know what you did last summer' appear on screen, Darick the dockhand is attacked by the fisherman, rastafarian Titus Telesco (Jack Black) is killed near the pool and the housekeeper murdered by Ben and dragged in a closet along with the other. Ray survived a murder attempt always by Ben where his friend (John Hawkes) died hooked and will stop at nothing to go to the resort all by himself and save Julie and her friends (and there is the big shocking twist but I can't report it here).When it began it looked pretty much like the original but as Julie and her friends went to the Bahamas it became nearly great and the movie never failed to surprise me. The jump scares made me feel very excited because I actually couldn't believe what would have happened next and how Ben would have killed his next victim. Jack Black despite being uncredited was very entertaining, and there were some funny moments in between the killings and blood splattered. Freddie Prinze jr gives probably his best performance of his short career. Yes, he plays the same character from the first one, but here is much more determined and doesn't take a no for an answer. And the big confrontation scene with Ray, Julie, Will and Ben under the rain... it has to be seen to be believed as it looked like the mother of all endings!I took everything off my chest about this greatly underrated sequel. Resuming, greatly acted, lots of killings that make your heart beat very rapidly and probably the most tense ending ever seen in a movie of this genre. Not to be missed even for folks who didn't liked the first one or aren't into these sort of films (like me).
Every time that there's a cool new movie, they just have to make a sequel. "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer" pretty much repeats everything from the original, minus and plus some cast members. I just hope that they don't make another "know what you did" movie. Not only is there nothing that they can add to the concept, the title is inaccurate: it should be "two summers ago".So, stick with the original and you won't be disappointed. At least "Scary Movie" spoofed these sorts of movies. Starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, Brandy Norwood, Freddy Prinze Jr., Muse Watson, Mekhi Phifer and Jeffrey Combs.
"...Even though it was two summers ago, now. 'I Still Know What You Did Summer Before Last?' Man, that sounds kind of lame, doesn't it? I mean, last summer is still fresh in everybody's minds, but it's starting to look like I just can't let this go. And how impressive is it that I still know, anyway? Forget it, the title of this movie should really be 'I'm Going to Kill You Soon. What a Bummer.'"
The creative process for this title makes a little more sense if you know about the role-playing video game Dungeon Siege, but turning video games into movies is so rarely successful that slapping the name of one into your subtitle isn't really worth it. And when you get right down to it, who lays siege to a dungeon anyway?
What happened? Something happened! We're just not going to tell you what. We know, we know: this movie is an inarguable classic, a screwball romcom with Frank Capra and Clark Gable at their very best and Claudette Colbert in her defining role. It also got great reviews and absolutely swept the Academy Awards, and you can see traces of its DNA in many romantic comedies today.
"It's real good learning for our guys, because we really didn't game plan, per se," Defensive Coordinator Jonathan Gannon said as the team worked against New England last summer. "Just go out and, 'Hey, this is our system, these are our rules, you have to apply them and see if we can function.' It will be good to get on a tape and watch with our guys and make some corrections with them."
"It's a competitive game and we take things like that as a challenge," quarterback Jalen Hurts said last summer during the New England week. "We try to challenge ourselves every day to do it right, play at a high level, and we're obviously getting new looks, a different opponent. We just wanted to execute and I think it was good.
There is a lot to gain from the joint practices and the coaching staff and players know that and treat the work with the highest focus and preparation. Seeing New England's changing defensive fronts last summer, for example, helped the Eagles' offensive line gain cohesion and, as we saw during the regular season when the team led the NFL in rushing and established itself as one of the best groups in the NFL, that work against an unfamiliar opponent paid off.
The thing is, this documentary being filmed has placed both together, intent on filming the best and worst students together to see how they get on for a month. But you know what they say about opposites attract, eh? Anyway, the pair continue to grow more and more annoyed with one another.
In a sun-soaked Hawaiian town with a mysterious past, a group of friends is left with a dark secret after a tragic accident. One year later, a member of the group receives a threatening message, and the friends now know that someone intends to make them pay for last summer.
The Department has considered the comments recommending the use of the residential facilities standards and acknowledges that they require certain features that are not included in the transient lodging standards and that should be required for housing provided at a place of education. In addition, the Department notes that since educational institutions often use their academic housing facilities as short-term transient lodging in the summers, it is important that accessible features be installed at the outset. It is not realistic to expect that the educational institution will be able to adapt a unit in a timely manner in order to provide accessible accommodations to someone attending a one-week program during the summer.
Hotel Reservations. In the NPRM, at 36.302(e), the Department proposed adding specific language to title III addressing the requirements that hotels, timeshare resorts, and other places of lodging make reasonable modifications to their policies, practices, or procedures, when necessary to ensure that individuals with disabilities are able to reserve accessible hotel rooms with the same efficiency, immediacy, and convenience as those who do not need accessible guest rooms. The NPRM did not propose adding comparable language to the title II regulation as the Department believes that the general nondiscrimination, program access, effective communication, and reasonable modifications requirements of title II provide sufficient guidance to public entities that operate places of lodging (i.e., lodges in State parks, hotels on public college campuses). The Department received no public comments suggesting that it add language on hotel reservations comparable to that proposed for the title III regulation. Although the Department continues to believe that it is unnecessary to add specific language to the title II regulation on this issue, the Department acknowledges that the title III regulation, because it addresses hotel reservations in some detail, is useful as a guide for determining what constitutes discriminatory conduct by a public entity that operates a reservation system serving a place of lodging. See 28 CFR 36.302(e).
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