April 21, 2004
Kill Bill 2

I saw Kill Bill 1 again on the cinema last week AND I've got tickets for Kill Bill 2 at the Empire cinema, London, tomorrow - one day before general release in the UK. I think I might have to wear my yellow sneakers ;-)

Kill Bill 1 was as gory yet artistic as ever on re-seeing it, and I really really look forward to seeing Kill Bill 2 tomorrow night. I so very very much hope that I won't be disappointed like from watching Martix 2 & 3...

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Just saw some cuts from the Kill Bill 1 DVD, as well as the trailer for 2, and I am also looking forward to seeing the film. It had pre-premier at the night cinema in Oslo last weekend - but I missed it completely.

Oh well, good seats at the largest cinema in Oslo next sunday isn't all bad either :-) (Colosseum - for those that hasn't seen this architecual gem - check out: http://www2.filmweb.no/oslokino/kinofakta/colosseum/ - It was built in 1921, and upgraded to THX standard in 1998)

Posted by: Jarle on April 22, 2004 12:33 AM

You *will* be disappointed with Matrix 2 and 3. Go with low expectations. Don't expect anything like the first movie.

Posted by: Manish Jethani on April 22, 2004 04:57 PM

I saw kill bill 2 and thought it was even better them kill bill 1, There was more story line.

Posted by: Jenny Price on April 22, 2004 05:05 PM

Manish - yes, I've seen Matrix 2 & 3 which is what I meant to say: they were very disappointing.

Posted by: Anders on April 22, 2004 06:33 PM

Kill Bill vol. 2 is even better; in fact they complete each other. There are some parts in vol.1 that you can not fully understand unless you watch vol. 2.

Posted by: kianoush on May 12, 2004 04:29 PM
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