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Kill Bill: Volume 2

Director(s): Quentin Tarantino

Theatrical Release: 2004

Cast: Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Michael Madsen, Daryl Hannah, Gordon Liu, Samuel L. Jackson

Genre(s): Action, Thriller, martial arts

Countries: USA


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Running Time: 137m.

Quentin Tarantino's sprawling homage to action films of both the East and the West reaches its conclusion in this continuation of 2003's ultra-violent Kill Bill Vol. 1. Having dispatched several of her arch-enemies in the first film, The Bride (Uma Thurman) continues in Kill Bill Vol. 2 on her deadly pursuit of her former partners in the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad, who, in a furious assault, attempted to murder her and her unborn child on her wedding day. As The Bride faces off against allies-turned-nemeses Budd (Michael Madsen) and Elle Driver (Daryl Hannah), she flashes back to the day of her deadly wedding, and we learn of how she was recruited to join the DiVAS, her training under unforgiving martial arts master Pai Mei (Liu Chia-hui), and her relationship with Squad leader Bill (David Carradine), which changed from love to violent hatred. Originally planned as a single film, Kill Bill grew into an epic-scale two-part project totaling more than four hours in length; as with the first film, Kill Bill Vol. 2 includes appearances by genre-film icons Sonny Chiba, Michael Parks, Larry Bishop, and Sid Haig; Wu-Tang Clan producer and turntablist RZA and filmmaker and composer Robert Rodriguez both contributed to the musical score. Mark Deming (allmovie.com)

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Dim Sum movie making by RW - August 24, 2008
There's a fine line between homage and plagiarism. This film rides that line so closely it will be up to each viewer to decide on which side it falls.
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