Kill Bill Vol II is not even in cinemas yet, but Quentin Tarantino says he is already planning volume three.
“Oh yeah, initially I was thinking this would be my ‘Dollars’ trilogy. I was going to do...
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This first volume of the Kill Bill saga is so full of memorable and ridiculously stylized scenes that I can't help but revisiting its overblown universe from time to time when I'm in the mood for a big portion of entertaining escapism.
After messing around with the criminal underworld for a good while, Tarantino now reaches deeper into the trench coat, past the gun and the wallet that says bad motherf*cker on it, and all the way inside the heart and past that precious passion for feet and speaking the n-word in public, he finds a little something called loving memories, which among other things contains a deep love for cinema.
Quentin Tarantino's 4th film, Kill Bill is at once a brilliant bit of film making, a fierce (and funny) pull-out-all-the-stops action film, and a gleeful middle finger to the indie cinema establishment.