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Kill Bill: Vol. 2


Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Daryl Hannah, Michael Madsen View All


Quentin Tarantino (Screenplay), Quentin Tarantino (Director) View All

Release: Apr. 16th, 2004
Runtime: 2 hours, 16 minutes
The Bride unwaveringly continues on her roaring rampage of revenge against the band of assassins who had tried to kill her and her unborn child. She visits each of her former associates one-by-one, checking off the victims on her Death List Five until there's nothing left to do … but kill Bill.
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I also feel like the fun lies within the script during the second film, while volume one had all the fun on the surface.
Like the first film, the second volume is peppered with interesting and creative mode shifts in cinematography and style. Black and white, filters, grainy shots, and some experimentation with aspect ratio all add to the experience..
Whether it's the frantic fight between the Bride and Elle Driver inside a cramped trailer or Bill's Superman monologue (which is definitely a contender for the best Tarantino monologue ever written), the film definitely feels like a good one.
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