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“Uma Thurman continued to kick ass and take names in the second half of the Kill Bill saga, with The Bride closing in on Bill, she must first deal with Bill's beer swilling brother
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“I love Tarantino, I do but when two stone cold killers come together at gun point, one is able to talk the other out of murdering the other , by announcing that shes pregnant. The
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“Great for the same reasons as the number 1 spot. It's two people fighting for survival in tight quarters as viciously as they can. Tarantino isn't known for fist fights in his
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“Volume 1 had the action and the foundation of the story but lacked the details and a lot of the characterisation that gets filled in here. REALLY feels like it takes longer then it
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“I enjoy Quentin Tarantino.  While Kill Bill Vol 1 is often the favorite of the two, Kill Bill Vol. 2 shows some of Tarantino's biggest strengths as a director and a
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The second and final volume in Quentin Tarantino's KILL BILL series is another stylish, sprawling masterwork. VOLUME 2 picks up where the first film left off, as The Bride (Uma Thurman) resumes her quest to track down her former mentor, Bill (David Carradine), and exact revenge. But before she gets to Bill, she must first take out the remaining minions who helped to slaughter her best friends and fianci. First up is Budd (Michael Madsen), a quiet but dangerous country boy who lives in a trailer. Next is Elle Driver (Darryl Hannah), a one-eyed vixen who doesn't appear to have a heart--or a conscience. As The Bride makes her way closer to Bill, scenes from her past are revisited, including her training with the angry and brutal Pai Mei (Gordon Liu). Finally, The Bride locates her man, sparking a truly unforgettable confrontation.

In contrast to the nearly dialogue-free first volume, VOLUME 2 is filled with extended conversations that bring the story full circle. Thurman is once again riveting a...
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