Our four main characters are Julie (the good girl), Helen (Julie's best friend), Ray (Julie's boyfriend...he's also supposed to be the poor boy in a rich town, only he doesn't look even close to poor. Of course, when you're played by Freddie Prinze Jr, it's kind of hard), and Barry (Helen's boyfriend. He also is, by far, the biggest jerk in the movie). Helen wins the local beauty contest, and the four of them go out to celebrate. They get drunk and hit a guy. Instead of calling the cops, they throw him into the ocean, presuming him to be dead.
A year later, with all four nursing some sort of guilt, people in the town start getting killed, and the four of them are stalked. They run. They fight. They try to figure out what is going on. And so on.
I will say this for Helen (played by Sarah Michelle Gellar): she's a fighter. Where Julie (Jennifer Love Hewitt) makes every stupid mistake imaginable, Helen scraps and claws and punches and jumps out of windows...all to try to get away.
The two survivors from the first movie (Julie and Ray) have defeated killed The Fisherman and are back to living their lives. Julie is in college, and Ray is working as a fisherman. Julie and her college friends win a trip to the Bahamas, so they go. Ray tries to make it, but The Fisherman reappears, killing his friend and putting Ray in a coma.
Somehow, some way, The Fisherman follows Julie and her friends to the Bahamas and starts killing people (including Jack Black, who shows up as a stoner). They fight back. And on it goes.
There wasn't much of a difference between this movie and the first one.
Again, there was nothing overly surprising about either of these movies, but I really liked both of them. For a high school slasher movie, you could do a lot worse.