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Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)

R   |    |  Action, Crime, Thriller

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The Bride continues her quest of vengeance against her former boss and lover Bill, the reclusive bouncer Budd, and the treacherous, one-eyed Elle.

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  • Daryl Hannah at an event for Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)
  • Uma Thurman and David Carradine in Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)
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  • Uma Thurman and David Carradine in Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)
  • Uma Thurman in Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)
  • Quentin Tarantino and David Carradine in Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)

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24 April 2004 | stamper
| The Tarantino Pentathlon Part 5 - The temporary end of his return: Kill Bill Vol. 2
The sentimental showdown

Kill Bill Vol. 2 deserves to be another film than Kill Bill Vol. 1, not only the fact that the film would then run 4 hours + if it had been shown in one piece, but more because showing both films in one run might come across somewhat odd. The reason I'm saying this, is because Kill Bill Vol. 2 is very different in tone and feeling than was Vol. 1. The first part was more anger driven and brutal, whereas Kill Bill Vol. 2 is more about love and disappointment. Where the first part is bloody and ruthless, the second one is tender and sore. This does not mean that there is no brutality in this film, but rather that the tone of the film is totally different.

I must admit that it took me some getting used to in the first 20 or so minutes of the film, because I'd expected the film to go on as brutally and furious as the first one finished. It didn't happen. What I got instead was a more story and character driven film, that was filled with emotion, explanations and some good and original fighting scenes.

I have no negative comments on this film I guess. I think the acting was good to very good, with the extra kudos going to Daryl Hannah, who'd let some people to believe that she as just a tall blond who couldn't act in the last couple of years. With this film she manages to show us though, that she just has not been given the right offers. This I must say seems to be some kind of quality of Tarantino, to get ‘discarded' actors and actresses and give them an opportunity to shine once again. Speaking of Tarantino, although I do realize that with Kill Bill he was an 'hommage' to many of his influences, I just have to say that he is a great director and screenwriter. I mean, the way he directs, the music he chooses to accompany the scenes and the dialog. It's just all top notch. This does not mean that this is the best film I've ever seen, but that it is a good film, which fulfilled it's promises. I mean let us ALL be honest. Who can pull off filming a revenge movie lasting more than 4 hours without it getting dull and boring? NOBODY but Tarantino. Hell, most people can't make complete a good 90 minute flick with this amount of story.

7,5 out of 10

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Was the first Oscar DVD to arrive in Academy mailboxes in 2004. It received no Academy Award nominations.


Bill: Do you find me sadistic? You know, Kiddo, I'd like to believe that you're aware enough even now to know that there's nothing sadistic in my actions. At this moment, this is me at my most masochistic.
The Bride: Bill, it's your bab...


Buds trailer appears to be in a flash flood ravine, nobody in the desert would build anything or even stays very long in such a place.

Crazy Credits

There's a special thanks reference to Robert Rodriguez as "My brother" in the credits at the end.

Alternate Versions

Hong Kong version differs very slightly from the US version. The only difference is that some alternate shots were used in the scene where Beatrix drives to Esteban and the scene where she finally goes to him in the village.


About Her
Written by
Malcolm McLaren (as M. McLaren), W.C. Handy, Rod Argent
Performed by Malcolm McLaren
Courtesy of Malcolm McLaren
Contains samples of "She's Not There"
Written by Rod Argent
Published by Marquis Music Co. Ltd.
Performed by The Zombies
Licensed courtesy of Marquis Enterprises Limited
and of "St. Louis Blues"
Written by W.C. Handy (as William C. Handy)
Published by Handy Brothers Music Co., Inc., New York
Administered by EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
On behalf of Francis Day & Hunter
Performed by Bessie Smith
Original recording from the film "St. Louis Blues" in 1929
Used with permission. All rights reserved.


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