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Kill Bill Vol. 2

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A roaring rampant tale of revenge.... no, not really.

    I have to be quite frank and say that I don't think kill bill vol 2 lives up to what I expected and wanted from this film. Here, Quentin Tarantino has produced his weakest movie to date that I have seen.(I still haven't seen Jackie Brown)Being a massive fan of 'Pulp Fiction' and 'Reservoir Dogs', I felt really underwhelmed after I saw vol 2 especially when it is compared to his previous masterpieces, 'Pulp Fiction' is one of my all time favourite films. Why does this title seem to unimpress me? Well, first of all, this film lacked a great fight scene. The 'House of Blue Leaves' scene from vol 1 was basically the fight fest of the year seen in a film, the way Tarantino incoporates the feel of a classic kung fu movie using camera techniques really made this scene look very visually impressive and giving it a whole new unique look and life of it's own. Ok. many will not agree with this but I think the characters are over developed to the point of boredom. Although I like the way David Carradine pulls off his role as Bill as a calm man who is also one of the most dangerous killers ever. However, the scene towards the end of the film between he and Uma Thurman is way to long to keep the interest of the viewer, despite a good solid monologue on Superman by Bill. The main reason this film fails for me is the lack of a good suitable ending. We get no long, brutal showcase kung fu warfare between the Bride and Bill, but what instead happens will leave you saying 'is that it?'. Like I said this is not one of Tarantino's finest as I feel he has somehow gone to deep into a story that could have been a lot more simple and a hell of a lot more fun. Whereas the first film was a visual work of art, this second volume is more like a true Spaghetti Western wannabe. I will say one good thing and that is that Pai mei is the best thing in this film and should be watched for him alone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It was...okay

    This movie was okay. It didn't have as good as dialogue like in the first. there are a few good parts. The first one is violent, but this one is kind of slowed down on the violence. One of the gross was when Elle driver's eyeball was squahed. That wasn't as good of a movie as the first one. I ahve to admit, I'm a huge fan of the first one. But I also like violent movies. This one was not very good, but I liked some parts. So I guess that makes it okay.

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    Posted November 16, 2008

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