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Reviews/Movies: Action & Adventure/Kill Bill Vol.2

Category:
Movie
Director:
2004
Year:
2007
Genre:
Action & Adventure
Average:
5 reviews
Wednesday October 20, 2010 - 4:21 PM

NamelessOne

"IM gunna empty this whole goddamn can of mace right in your eyeball" - Michael Madsen lulz ...jokes

that makes it a 4 alone.

Saturday October 16, 2010 - 12:49 PM

MikeyCav

I prefer the second over the first because it has a stronger story versus the first which is based on fighting. If you like "kung-fu" better, watch the first. If you like a good story, watch the second.

As usual, Tarantino nailed this.

Monday October 11, 2010 - 4:05 PM

spec_ops

VVVVV this guys opinion is crap. Don't listen to it.

A lot of people don't like the second as much because its more structured around the backstory between the characters than the artfully choreographed action of the first movie. Vol.2 is more thoughtful and that makes it much better in my opinion. A spectacular and emotional ending to one of the most bizarre yet somehow successful films ever.

Sunday March 02, 2008 - 6:48 PM

glitch44

Surprisingly better then the first one!

Wednesday December 05, 2007 - 3:14 AM

greeneyesglowing

Is not as kinetic and euphoric as the first one but is v. good nonetheless. The guy who plays Bill is v.v.v good, as is Daryl Hannah (Elle). She's so much better as an eye-patched psycho killer bitch than a mermaid. Love the outfit, love the attitude. The recycling of HK martial guy (Gordon Liu, who was japanese and dead in the first one, but is now Chinese and v. much alive in the second one) was also v. funny. Esp as he was speaking really strange Cantonese. Thing is, was that supposed to be funny ? It's got to be, hasn't it ? With eyebrows like that ? Is also possibly the most girl-power film ever. It's got gorgeous females, yet they are playing action heroes/ villains without playing up their girliness/ sexuality (unlike certain Angels or a Lady Croft). It's also not a straight substitution of women into a man's action role. That scene with the pregnancy test, and Uma's Monsoon outfit. Wouldn't catch Jean Claude van Damm (sp?) doing/ wearing something similar. Oh, and Bill makes a v. good point about Clark Kent and Superman. Bill should've been a lawyer.

Jamie