Kill Bill: Volume 2 Reviews

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April 16, 2004
Flat-out boring.
April 16, 2004
For nonfans, Vol. 2 will do little to make the characters more involving.
April 16, 2004
Betraying its origins as the last half of another movie, rather than its own entity, Kill Bill Vol. 2 feels like leftovers.
April 16, 2004
A dulling experience that can safely be admired from afar without it ever engaging the senses.
April 16, 2004
Vol. 2 slowly wears out its welcome with its empty oratory.
April 16, 2004
While VOLUME 1 ended in overdrive, VOLUME 2 rarely gets out of third gear before finally running out of gas and mercifully sputtering to a halt
April 16, 2004
If you saw Kill Bill Vol. 1, then Kill Bill Vol. 2 is required viewing. However, I don't think you'll find it as unique a movie-going experience as its predecessor.
April 16, 2004
"Kill Bill: Volume 2" commits the ultimate crime of being boring. What could have been one of the best action films of all time turns into a mediocre, frustrating film.
April 15, 2004
Chapter 75: Quentin Still Loves Himself (Lest You Thought It Was Only a Summer Thing)
April 15, 2004
What should have been a comic strip has turned into a bloated coffee-table book, smacking of self-indulgence.
April 15, 2004
When not being a colossal bore, Tarantino takes pleasure in offending our moral sensibilities with his adoring portrait of a natural born killer with a thirst for revenge.
April 15, 2004
The whole is never more than the sum of its parts, no matter how well-crafted those parts are.
April 15, 2004
While Vol. 2 has its breathtaking moments, it is self-indulgent, unmemorable and almost completely uninvolving.
April 15, 2004
At times, you may find yourself wishing that Bill or the Bride would just shut up and kill somebody.
April 15, 2004
For those seeking the vibrant innovation of Tarantino's first movies or the sheer rush of Kill Bill, Vol. 1, Vol. 2 feels like a dulled blade.
April 15, 2004
Is this what we were waiting for? Now we know why Miramax took a Hattori Hanzi sword to Quentin Tarantino's latest production and divided it in two.
April 14, 2004
A more fitting title for the stale and padded second installment would be Overkill Bill.
April 14, 2004
Those with indomitable patience may find some reward in the final half hour of Vol. 2.
April 14, 2004
The thrill has been completely abandoned in Volume 2, which trades its buckets of crimson blood for pages of dry dialogue that bring us nowhere new
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