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Film
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  Kill Bill: Vol. 2 cinematronic
  director

Quentin Tarantino

cast

Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Daryl Hannah, Michael Madsen, Gordon Liu, Samuel L. Jackson, Lucy Liu, Vivica A. Fox, Sonny Chiba, Christopher Allen Nelson, Michael Parks, Chiaki Kuriyama

year

2004

rating rating cinematronic
  It's annoying that filmmaker Quentin Tarantino was compelled to split "Kill Bill," his stunning martial-arts revenge-a-thon, into two separate films. The thought of seeing this entire assault on the senses and refined tastes in one sitting tantalizes. If ever something was ideal for midnight movie marathons, it's the complete "Kill Bill," which comes to a very satisfying conclusion with "Vol. 2." Many of the brash figures from "Vol. 1" are back, led by Uma Thurman as a beautiful, deadly assassin ambushed by ex-colleagues on her wedding day. Left for dead, she survives, and then methodically tracks down her assailants. There's nothing here as mind-blowing as the Bride's sword-swinging, blood-spurting battle with the Crazy 88s legion of death in "Vol. 1." But what "Kill Bill: Vol. 2" lacks in spectacle, it makes up for in expanded characterization. Tarantino's brand of jive, pop-culture-savvy dialogue is sprinkled throughout. Top-grade Hong Kong fight choreography remains the rule. The showdowns — the Bride vs. Daryl Hannah's one-eyed hellion Elle, Michael Madsen's laconic bad ol' boy Budd, and especially, David Carradine's imperious crime boss Bill — are truly up to snuff. And the flashbacks reveal the Bride's training and introduce more about her relationship with Bill, bringing fullness to the finished work. It's a killer!  
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