Description: A woman, a bloodied bride, done wrong, and the many, many
people she kills in vengeance.
I'm not sure I've ever seen a movie quite this violent and I've seen some
violent films. And yet, the style of it is quintessential Tarantino. Here is a
man who's absorbed all the revenge flicks and distilled them into this thing of
style and fury and beauty.
And lot of dead people. But the deaths are very, movie deaths. Violence that
made me think of Peckinpaw as done by Monte Python.
Some of the fight scenes are just amazing. And this strange world where
people take samurai swords on planes and there are little holder for swords.
A whirlwind of a movie.
Description: Bill's still not dead, the Bride done wrong is still out
for bloody revenge.
While there are certain central flaws to the center of the movie, I'm
inclined to think there should have been an old west gun battle, the conclusion
to the movie is just stunning.
David Carradine gives an incredible performance as Bill who is both a
murdering bastard (it's what he calls himself) and yet, well, you'd have to see
There is moment when Bill and the Bride discuss Superman, which is
fascinating in it's old school implications.
And then, and then...
Not as many bloodied dead, its more introspective movie, which is odd, since
it's supposed to just be the second half, but a very interesting take on the