April 23, 2004
Kill Bill 2 minireview

Yep, Kill Bill 2 fulfilled the expectations: an epic conclusion to Kill Bill 1's roaring rampage of revenge - less blood but certainly some creative fighting scenes and good story telling. Uma Thurman plays extremely well, and Tarantino's choice of music is exquisite as always.

A must watch. (but watch Kill Bill vol 1 first)

I'm just waiting for the Dual DVD pack to come out!

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Check out Mark T. Conardís interesting interpretation of both volumes of Kill Bill on metaphilm.com:

http://metaphilm.com/philm.php?id=200_0_2_0

http://metaphilm.com/philm.php?id=310_0_2_0_M

Jeff

Posted by: Jeff B. on May 1, 2004 07:44 PM
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