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great review. love the detail.

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I haven't seen the Kill Bill Vol 2 yet, because the Vol 1 was a bit too bloody for me. SInce you said that in the Vol 2 there is less blood, I will probably watch it soon. Thanks for this good review!

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Quentin Tarantino has hard-on for Uma Thurman and like Citizen Kane he gives this love-interest what she needs in life (a part to play even if nobody gives a shit). Of course, if I had the cash, I'd do the same with maybe Famke Jannsen or Giselle Bunchen.

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Qentin Tarantino is brilliant. He paid attention to detail in both Kill Bill vol 1 and 2 movies. No one could have played the part of the bride better than Uma.

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Good review but it seems like the reviewer focused too much on the intertextuality found in Kill Bill. Sure, there's a lot of homages and stuff but if you focus on them too much you miss the whole ingeniousity of the film! Kill Bill is certainly not just a bunch of recreations from the past decades.

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What Tarantino seems to be doing here is less reapplying and reinventing those parts of movies and shows that he loved best, and more aiming toward a systematic approximation and reproduction of exactly those movies and shows.

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Definitel, Kill Bill is a movie history classic. I have heard that they are planning to film a third part. I hope that don't spoil the saga with that.

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I think Tarantino was not really planning on making Kill Bill a serious film. Rather, it was simply a tribute to all his favorites. If you watch closely, Kill Bill contains numerous tributes to pop culture. From The Bride's yellow jumpsuit that was taken from Bruce Lee's Game of Death to Gogo Yubari's character taken from Japanese exploitation films. Films like this are cinematic gems, as Tarantino's unapologetic style grabs everyone by the jugular.

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I haven't watched Kill Bill Vol 2 yet, but I've heard it is absolutey fantastic, and honestly I have not doubts about it, cux Vol 1 was astounding.

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  • "Who knows what it's like to be me??" (M, 1931)

  • "Mark that frame an eight, and you're entering a world of pain." (THE BIG LEBOWSKI, 1998)

  • "I want you to hold the chicken between your knees." (FIVE EASY PIECES, 1970)

  • "Did your parents have any kids that lived? You're so ugly you could be a modern art masterpiece!" (FULL METAL JACKET, 1987)

  • "All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up." (SUNSET BOULEVARD, 1950)

  • "Well, a boy's best friend is his mother." (PSYCHO, 1960)

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  • "Nobody's perfect." (SOME LIKE IT HOT, 1959)

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