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Kill Bill Vol. 1

87 Ratings: 3.5
The first half of Quentin Tanrantino's epic female revenge saga.

Starring Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Lucy Liu, Daryl Hannah, Vivica A. Fox   Directed by Quentin Tarantino   Writer:  Quentin Tarantino   2003      Product Description   The acclaimed … see full wiki

Director: Quentin Tarantino
Genre: Action, Drama, Western, Animation, Adventure
Release Date: October 10, 2003
MPAA Rating: R
18 reviews about Kill Bill Vol. 1
review by . September 26, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
I would have to hesitate in calling any movie perfect, but if I were forced to pick one example of a flick that was near perfect for me, it would have to be Kill Bill Vol.'s 1&2.  These two films (well really one cut in half) embody everything that I love in a movie going experience; it's amazingly stylistic, there's a ton of action, there's plenty of plot and character development, it's gory and exploitative, yet light and silly at times, it's story is well versed …
Quick Tip by . October 09, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Has a very curious, very neat feel, like a cross between lots of different genres, and it works great.
Quick Tip by . July 24, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
First half of Tarantino's homage to spaghetti westerns and chop socky movies has Volume 1 carrying the action and literal buckets of blood with a woman on a quest for revenge. Lacks Tarantino's dialouge, but saves it for Vol 2.
Quick Tip by . July 26, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
I like the chapter format of Tanrantino's, it allows him to entertain a much more faceted story. Kill Bill is one of the easiest film through which to initiate new fans to his work.
Quick Tip by . July 22, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Leave it to Tarantino to make the sexiest fighters in filmography - Vivica A, Fox, Lucy Liu, Daryl Hannah and Uma Thurman are to die for.
Quick Tip by . July 20, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
The sleek and remarkable plot thrusts you straight into a tale of revenge and endurance. Every second means something.
Quick Tip by . June 26, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
My boyfriend told me I reminded him of Uma Thurman (I don't look like her, but whatever) and it was the best compliment I've ever gotten. I just rewatched these movie, and oh wow. I just love them to pieces. I think I like the second part better, but the whole thing get an A+.
Quick Tip by . June 26, 2010
Tarantino's best- the mix of a western, a japnese comic book drama, and a dark comedy. It all comes together.
Quick Tip by . June 23, 2010
Love it!
Quick Tip by . June 21, 2010
Love this!
Quick Tip by . June 16, 2010
loved it
review by . October 27, 2009
   If you liked a movie like Pulp Fiction (I believe it was from Tarantino too) you will definately like this film. It is sliced into chapters that are each individual stories which do not happen in sequential order. Each chapter is excellent in itself (one chapter is done in animation) and the only reason I didn't rate the movie higher is the time sequencing sometimes gets confusing and by the end of the movie you still don't understand what happened to have Uma Thurman's wedding party …
Quick Tip by . May 22, 2010
another solid film from Tarantino.
review by . July 11, 2009
posted in Movie Hype
Quentin Tarantino is most well known for his film Pulp Fiction, released in 1994.  It's perhaps one of the biggest cult classics of all time.  After that Quentin Tarantino made Jackie Brown and was then silent for a long time after.  Turns out, he wasn't just slacking off, he was planning out a film and trying to come up with a movie he'd had stuck in his mind since he was at work on Pulp Fiction.  His film involved a bride who wanted revenge, and he wanted Uma for the part of …
review by . December 23, 2008
posted in Movie Hype
Kill Bill Vol. 1 DVD
WARNING: This review contains spoilers!       Note: In my summary of the plot I have put the film's story into chronological order so that events unfold sequentially. This is not the order in which the events of the film are actually shown.       Quentin Tarantino (director of Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction) has often been called one of the most violence-obsessed filmmakers in America, a title that he would occasionally protest. Now we can see why he would …
review by . November 18, 2008
Kill Bill Volume One
With everyone so focused on the blood and gore of this movie, I urge you to think beyond the blood; think of a favorite Japanese graphic novel brought to life. Think of the ultimate revenge fantasy, where you are so very bad @ss that no one can touch you. Think invincible, brutally gifted with weapons, and fueled by hate beyond death.  Kill Bill is a visually stunning treat for the eyes, and ears, of its viewers; even the blood is overdone in its gushing fountains and sprinkler type sprays. …
review by . April 27, 2009
Kill Bill: Volume One was the first part of a three and a half hour film. Instead of putting out a three and a half hour grind house picture, the directed split it in half and got two movies out of the production. Quentin Tarentino knew better than to try and direct the action scenes himself so he hired Yuen Woo-Ping to direct the action. When you combine The Bride Wore Black, From Bombay to Nagoya and Lady Snow Blood you get one of the most interesting films of 2003.    The …
review by . April 13, 2004
Pros: Pros: Great plotline; Fun, fun, fun to watch…     Cons: Flirts with gratuitous violence.     The Bottom Line: Despite the (at times) unreal feel of Kill Bill Vol. 1, I walked away from the movie feeling a guilty pleasure in having watched it...      Plot Details: This opinion reveals major details about the movie''s plot. Quentin Tarantino is back. Back in the director's seat where he most assuredly belongs, away from ill-advised …
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