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April 30, 2010
There's a new movie on the way about Bill's death- the real Bill, that is. David Carradine was found dead in a Thai hotel a year ago, and now his ex-wife has written a book about his untimely demise. I'm sure the book will talk about he autoerotic asphyxiation claims. KIll Bill Vol. 1 was definitely Carradine's and Tarantino's best films. I think Vol. 1 was much better than the sequel. The
September 27, 2009
this was a excellent movie so as Uma Thurman I loved it!!!!!!! this movie was just wonderful I loved everything about this film just GREAT!
September 12, 2008
This was an excellent movie that I know will have a good sequel. Quentin Tarantino has really out done it in another ultimate action movie. Anyone who loves action movies should see this immediately.
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The New York Times
Mr. Tarantino is an irrepressible showoff, recklessly flaunting his formal skills as a choreographer of high-concept violence, but he is also an unabashed cinephile, and the sincerity of his enthusiasm gives this messy, uneven spectacle an odd, feverish integrity. Full Review
Kill Bill is about nothing more (or less) than its director's passion for the mindless action pictures that got him through adolescence. It isn't sex without love: It's an orgy with just enough love. Full Review
Reconfirms Tarantino's status as the master of pop cinema and puts a sense of excitement into the year. He has matched, if not eclipsed, the power and scope of 1994's "Pulp Fiction," though not its human charm. Full Review
An incomplete movie, artlessly cleft in the middle. Cinema interruptus. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill inflicts intolerable cruelty on its characters, and on its audience -- though I'd like to believe that there is no mainstream audience for what has already been described, quite correctly, as the most violent movie ever released by an American studio. Full Review