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Great fantastic awesome movie by the visionary director Quentin Tarantino, I think his fourth film and starring uma therman. This movie has everything good, it's not boring or even slow at sometimes because the slow parts of the film is the lead of uma thermans character and her getting revenge by killing the people who killed her husband but mostly payback for her child. The story and how Quentin Tarantino shows this movie is phenomenal. The action is great and it doesn't focus on appeal or eye candy, to me that's good for a female lead in any movie and that she's their for business, nothing else. I know that their is a second installment in this awesome franchise but because it's Quentin Tarantino it's only going to have 2 films tops. But I hope the second movie has all the same elements this movie has and builds on to it.
While Kill Bill wants to be a lot of things, the second one is the true achievement. This is not Tarantino's fault because he wanted both movies to play at the same time so we could get the whole experience at once.
Una película bastante sangrienta con un humor a lo Tarantino. Para personas como yo amantes del cine asiático fue bastante bueno notar cada unas de las referencias al clasicos del cine asiático que Tarantino va dejando a lo largo de la película.
It's the highly stylized, over the top choreographed violence that makes his film entertaining. Also, Tarantino manages to deftly weave in some clever humor along with a very choice sound track to relieve some of the tedium that tends to build up from the occasionally drawn out action sequences.
The asian elements present plus Tarantino's violence and pop schlock trademark proves to be one of the most iconic films of the decade. The story that focuses on revenge may be too simplistic, but Tarantino's stylish vision as a director and Thurman's saving grace in her yellow outfit is surely an inventive surfeit film!
Ugh, Tarantino appropriating other cultures to provide over-saturated colour and 'substance' for his self-indulgent violence-bent. The same old actors, brilliant as they are, are caged by the director-producer-writer-control-freak's total lack of imagination and need to use as many other people's (and cultures') ideas as possible, so as to hide the fact that he has absolutely nothing to add to the industry or to humankind in general.
The House of Blue Leave scene is one of the most amazing fight sequences i've ever seen. This movie is just super cool - a brutal econimical ode to the Asian Samaria Kung Fu movies - but without it getting repetative and boring the way they usually do. I can remember almost screaming with glee when Lucy Liu chopped that guys head off and that ridiculous, continuous blood spray exploded from his neck stump. Volume 2 is wicked as well and The Bride vs. Ele Drive fight is fucking awesome. Can't wait to see what comes of the whole bloody affair.