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A stylish blend of multi-era, transnational filmmaking, KILL BILL epitomizes not only Tarantino's love for cinema but also his unique fondness for Asian films. To watch THE WHOLE BLOODY AFFAIR is not merely to sit through an entertaining 4-hour film, but more importantly to experience KILL BILL as an event. Uma Thurman carries, David Carradine slams it home. In the end, Tarantino has crafted a revenge narrative which - though it falters slightly in its depth and may turn off some viewers with its excessiveness - pays impressive tribute to classic flicks from Japan and China/HK, while injecting a fresh sense of bloody good fun.
So this was a pretty awesome experience, more thoughts to come.
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