Kill Bill: Volume 1 Reviews

April 26, 2011
October 24, 2008
September 18, 2008
September 12, 2008
Visually, this is probably the definitive Kill Bill: Vol. 1. Those without top-notch entertainment systems, however, may be better off sticking with the version they already own.
September 9, 2008
It's not my taste, but I can appreciate what Tarantino is trying to do.
September 9, 2008
Now on Blu-ray, the stylish Quentin Tarantino homage to kung-fu classics looks brilliant in high definition.
February 27, 2007
October 30, 2006
May 16, 2005
August 14, 2004
May 26, 2004
May 22, 2004
May 8, 2004
May 4, 2004
It would have been great if the documentary, 'Double Dare,' was on board...Regardless, Tarantino's tasty film is a satisfying DVD platter on its own.
May 2, 2004
The transfer on this Miramax ... DVD is first-rate; the surround sound brings the spray of every fountain of blood, the clang of every sword hit into your living room.
April 25, 2004
April 25, 2004
April 23, 2004
One long Bugs Bunny or Road Runner commercial except Elmer Fudd gets the rabbit, cuts off his toes, skins it alive before slowly boiling it to death.
April 21, 2004
While the fate of Kill Bill's Bride remains undetermined, what is clearly palpable is Tarantino's passion for the movies.
April 21, 2004
April 20, 2004
April 18, 2004
April 14, 2004
April 14, 2004
Makes a great rental before you go see Vol. 2, but not the wisest investment to purchase
April 14, 2004
April 14, 2004
April 12, 2004
Kill Bill: Volume 1 is a film that inspires audio-visual overloaded. Pity that it gets a video transfer here that nearly inspires blindness.
April 6, 2004
Tarantino himself said that in Kill Bill, he made a film that "Clarence from True Romance would love to see!"
April 3, 2004
...carping about the film's excessive carnage is one thing, but it's hard to deny at the same time the film's remarkable visual style.